Kamrupi Brahmins

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Kamrupi Brahmins are also known as Kamarupi Brahmana and Kamrupi Bamon. They were nomadic Brahmins whom settled in Kamarupa.[1][full citation needed]

The Kamrupi Brahmins in Cooch Behar, in the state of West Bengal, worship a localised form of Devi, who is a synthesis of Durga and of a local tribal female deity.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ The Journal of the Institute of Bangladesh Studies(1994),Institute of Bangladesh Studies, University of Rajshahi
  2. ^ Barman,R.K (June 2014). "State Formation, Legitimization and Cultural Change A Study of Koch Kingdom" (PDF). The NEHU Journal, 12 (1): 17–35.