State’s culture: pride of Lachit Borphukan seen in Assam tabealu
New Delhi: Incredible Ahom general Lachit Borphukan and the revered Kamakhya sanctuary and other social legacy of Assam were highlighted on the state’s scene as it descended the Kartvaya Way during the 74th Republic Day festivities.
Borphukan was a commandant in the past Ahom Realm and is known for his authority in the Clash of Saraighat in 1671 which frustrated the Mughal powers’ endeavor to catch Assam.
The focal government commended the 400th birth commemoration of the Ahom general the year before.
Scene gladly features numerous social tourist spots of Burphokan and the state including the well known Kamakhya Sanctuary – one of the Shakti Peethas.
This will be the principal Republic Day festivities to be hung on the conventional lane after Rajpath was renamed as ‘Kartavya Way’ last year.
The reproductions of Shiva Dol and Rong Ghar in Sibsagar locale are portrayed as regal developments of the powerful Ahoms.
Conventional instruments of Assam and Bihu dance were displayed alongside floats.