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Burhagohain

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Burhagohain

Burhagohain (Sukaphaa. The Burhagohain administered the region north of the Dikhow river up to Sadia.

List of Burhagohains

  • Thao Mong Klin Man Rai
  • ...
  • Thao Phrang Dam
  • Khen-Pong
  • Phun-Long-Kham-Peng
  • Thao-Mong-Chang-Rai
  • Thao-Mong-Nang-Dhu-Pu-Ra
  • Lajan Chao-Phrang-Dam
  • Lapet Chao-Phran-Dam
  • ...
  • Aikhek Burhagohain
  • Chaopet Burhagohain
  • Thakbak Burhagohain
  • Sukulahuda Burhagohain
  • Sariah Burhagohain
  • Hatipoali Burhagohain
  • Lasham Burhagohain
  • Atan Burhagohain
  • Dilihiyal Langi Burhagohain
  • Kunwoiganya Mau Burhagohain
  • Lankakia Khampeng Burhagohain
  • Kunwoiganya Laisheng Burhagohain
  • Dilihiliyal Aphau Khampet Burhagohain
  • Bailung Bayan Burhagohain
  • Domai Burhagohain
  • Sengmun Burhagohain
  • Bailungia Sonai Burhagohain
  • Langmai Kalia Burhagohain
  • Kunwoigayan Bhagi Burhagohain
  • ...
  • Ghanashyam Burhagohain (Kunaigayan family)
  • Purnanada Burhagohain
  • Ruchinath Burhagohain
  • ...

Bibliography

  • Gait, Edward (1905) History of Assam, Calcutta
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