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�Sukapha moulded the great Assamese nation�

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DHEMAJI, Dec 14 - �We the Assamese people ought not to forget Swargadeo Sukapha. He moulded the great Assamese nation. He also founded the old �Bor Asam�. We all should always remember him with reverence.� This was observed by the chairman of Mising Autonomous Council, Paramananda Chayengia while speaking as the distinguished guest in the open meeting of Sukapha Divas centrally celebrated at the Naharani LP School premises of Machkhowa in Dhemaji recently.

Highlighting the greatness and benevolence of Swargadeo Sukapha, Chayengia said that entering into the territory of Soumar in 1228, Sukapha won the local ethnic domains like Moran, Matak, Borahi, etc., not with swords, but by the bond of love, friendship and brotherhood. And in this way, by assimilating among the locals of various castes, tribes and religions, he created the base of the great Assamese nation. He also lamented the fact that the members of all communities in Assam today do not pay equal respect to the great Ahom king.

The Sukapha Divas was observed here under the aegis of the Machkhowa Bengenagara anchalik unit of the All Tai Ahom Students� Union (ATASU) in collaboration with its Dhemaji district unit.

The open meeting was inaugurated by MI Mandal, Superintendent of Police, Dhemaji. In his speech, Mandal threw light on Sukapha�s exemplary sacrifice in uniting the land of Assam.. The purpose of the meeting was stated by Babul Buragohain. Addressing the huge gathering as appointed speaker in the meeting, litterateur Umesh Chetia dwelt upon Sukapha�s advent to Soumar in the medieval age. He also asserted how the name of this territory had become Assam. The meeting was also addressed by Bimal Rajkhowa, president, Dhemaji district Sahitya Sabha, as appointed speaker.

Speaking in the meeting, another distinguished guest Sukapha Award winning scholar Dr Puspa Gogoi said that it was Swargadeo Sukapha who brought the seeds of muga to Assam. In this context, he called upon the Government of Assam as well as the Assamese people to conserve and develop muga farming in Assam as a mark of respect for Sukapha. Naren Gohain, member, Tai Ahom Development Council and Manik Gogoi, president, Sadou Asam Poy Pfuralung Sangha, also spoke in the meeting. The open meeting, presided over by Tirtha Nath Borgohain, president, celebration committee, was also attended by several ATASU leaders including Dulal Boruah, joint secretary, ATASU.

A huge cultural procession was taken out before the open meeting with participation of several ethnic troupes.

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�Sukapha moulded the great Assamese nation�

DHEMAJI, Dec 14 - �We the Assamese people ought not to forget Swargadeo Sukapha. He moulded the great Assamese nation. He also founded the old �Bor Asam�. We all should always remember him with reverence.� This was observed by the chairman of Mising Autonomous Council, Paramananda Chayengia while speaking as the distinguished guest in the open meeting of Sukapha Divas centrally celebrated at the Naharani LP School premises of Machkhowa in Dhemaji recently.

Highlighting the greatness and benevolence of Swargadeo Sukapha, Chayengia said that entering into the territory of Soumar in 1228, Sukapha won the local ethnic domains like Moran, Matak, Borahi, etc., not with swords, but by the bond of love, friendship and brotherhood. And in this way, by assimilating among the locals of various castes, tribes and religions, he created the base of the great Assamese nation. He also lamented the fact that the members of all communities in Assam today do not pay equal respect to the great Ahom king.

The Sukapha Divas was observed here under the aegis of the Machkhowa Bengenagara anchalik unit of the All Tai Ahom Students� Union (ATASU) in collaboration with its Dhemaji district unit.

The open meeting was inaugurated by MI Mandal, Superintendent of Police, Dhemaji. In his speech, Mandal threw light on Sukapha�s exemplary sacrifice in uniting the land of Assam.. The purpose of the meeting was stated by Babul Buragohain. Addressing the huge gathering as appointed speaker in the meeting, litterateur Umesh Chetia dwelt upon Sukapha�s advent to Soumar in the medieval age. He also asserted how the name of this territory had become Assam. The meeting was also addressed by Bimal Rajkhowa, president, Dhemaji district Sahitya Sabha, as appointed speaker.

Speaking in the meeting, another distinguished guest Sukapha Award winning scholar Dr Puspa Gogoi said that it was Swargadeo Sukapha who brought the seeds of muga to Assam. In this context, he called upon the Government of Assam as well as the Assamese people to conserve and develop muga farming in Assam as a mark of respect for Sukapha. Naren Gohain, member, Tai Ahom Development Council and Manik Gogoi, president, Sadou Asam Poy Pfuralung Sangha, also spoke in the meeting. The open meeting, presided over by Tirtha Nath Borgohain, president, celebration committee, was also attended by several ATASU leaders including Dulal Boruah, joint secretary, ATASU.

A huge cultural procession was taken out before the open meeting with participation of several ethnic troupes.

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