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Davaka was later absorbed by Kamarupa, which grew into a large kingdom that spanned from Karatoya river to near present Sadiya and covered the entire Brahmaputra valley, North Bengalparts of Bangladesh and, at times Purnea and parts of West Bengal.
All three dynasties claimed descent from Narakasura. In the reign of the Varman king, Bhaskaravarman c. Later, after weakening and disintegration after the Kamarupa-Palasthe Kamarupa tradition was extended to c. The Ahoms, a Tai group, ruled Upper Assam  The Shans built their kingdom and consolidated their power in Eastern Assam with the modern town of Sibsagar as their capital.
Until the early s, the Ahoms ruled a small kingdom in Sibsagar district and suddenly expanded during King Suhungmung's rule taking advantage of weakening rule of Chutia and Dimasa kingdoms. Bythe whole tract down to the border of the modern district of Goalpara came permanently under their sway.
Ahoms ruled for nearly years — AD with major expansions in the early 16th century at the cost of Chutia and Dimasa Kachari kingdoms. It was at its zenith during the reign of Sukhrungphaa or Sworgodeu Rudra Sinha c. The Chutiya rulers — ADa Bodo-Kachari group by origin, held the regions on both the banks of Brahmaputra with its domain in the area eastwards from Vishwanath north bank and Buridihing south bankin Upper Assam and in the state of Arunachal Pradesh.
It was partially annexed in the early s by the Ahoms, finally getting absorbed in AD. The rivalry between the Chutiyas and Ahoms for the supremacy of eastern Assam led to a series of battles between them from the early 16th century until the start of the 17th century, which saw great loss of men and money.
The Koch, another Bodo-Kachari dynasty, established sovereignty in c. It split into two in c. Later, inKoch Hajo was entirely annexed by the Ahoms. The Ahom Kingdomc. Kareng gharthe palace of the Ahom kings.
Chutia Royal Palace Bhismaknagar ruins. With expansion of Ahom kingdom, by the early 17th century, the Chutiya areas were annexed and since c. The last Chutia queen Sadhani. The Statue of Koch king Jagadipendra Narayan. Despite numerous invasions, mostly by the Muslim rulers, no western power ruled Assam until the arrival of the British.
Though the Mughals made seventeen attempts to invade, they were never successful. The most successful invader Mir Jumlaa governor of Aurangzebbriefly occupied Garhgaon c.
The decisive victory of the Assamese led by general Lachit Borphukan on the Mughals, then under command of Raja Ram Singha, at Saraighat in almost ended Mughal ambitions in this region. The British allowed companies to rent land from onwards. Thereafter tea plantations mushroomed in Eastern Assam,  where the soil and the climate were most suitable.
Problems with the imported labourers from China and hostility from native Assamese resulted in the migration of forced labourers from central and eastern parts of India. After initial trial and error with planting the Chinese and the Assamese-Chinese hybrid varieties, the planters later accepted the local Camellia assamica as the most suitable variety for Assam.
By the s, the industry started seeing some profits. The industry saw initial growth, when ininvestors were allowed to own land in Assam and it saw substantial progress with invention of new technologies and machinery for preparing processed tea during the s.
Despite the commercial success, tea labourers continued to be exploited,[ clarification needed ] working and living under poor conditions. The organisation was successful in this, but even after India's independence, conditions of the labourers have improved very little.
The rebellion was suppressed but the kingdom was severely weakened by the civil war. Political rivalry between Prime Minister Purnananda Burhagohain and Badan Chandra Borphukanthe Ahom Viceroy of Western Assam, led to an invitation to the Burmese by the latter,     in turn leading to three successive Burmese invasions of Assam.
The reigning monarch Chandrakanta Singha tried to check the Burmese invaders but he was defeated after fierce resistance. The arrangement lasted till and thereafter the British gradually annexed the entire region.
Showing an historical incident at Kanaklata Udyan, Tezpur Initially Assam was made a part of the Bengal Presidencythen in it was made a part of Eastern Bengal and Assam province, and in it was reconstituted into a chief commissioners' province.
Ina legislative council and, inthe Assam Legislative Assembly, were formed in Shillong, the erstwhile capital of the region. The British tea planters imported labour from central India adding to the demographic canvas.
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