Borbarua

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Borbarua (Ahom language: Phu-Ke-Lung) was one of the five patra mantris (councillors) in the Ahom kingdom, a position created by the Ahom king Prataap Singha.[1] The position included both executive and judicial powers, with jurisdiction of the Ahom kingdom east of Kaliabor river and those regions not governed by the three great Gohains, Burhagohain, Borgohain and the Borpatrogohain. The region to the west of Kaliabor was governed by the Borphukan.

List of Borbaruas[edit]

  • Momai Tamuli Borbarua
  • Tangasu Borbarua
  • Sengdhara Borbarua
  • ...
  • Bengkhowa Borbarua
  • Pelan Borbarua (Ghora Konwar Bhitarual Phukan )
  • Lesham Debera Borbarua
  • Lanching Shaikan Kirkiria Borbarua
  • Mecha Borbarua
  • Chakrapani Borbarua
  • ...
  • Dihingia Alun Borbarua
  • ...
  • Bakatial Rupchandra Borbarua
  • Kirti Chandra Gendhela Borbarua
  • Bhadrasen Borbarua (Bakatiyal family)
  • Edabaria Handikoi Borbarua
  • Namtial Bhagati Handikoi Borbarua
  • Bakatial Jaynath Borbarua
  • Baskatia Lahan Borbarua
  • ...

References[edit]

  1. ^ Nitul Kumar Gogoi. Continuity and Change Among the Ahom. Concept Publishing Company, Jan 1, 2006. pg. 9