Undivided Assam

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Undivided Assam refers to the then undivided greater state of Assam in India soon after the Indian Independence in 1947 till 1963. In addition to the present-day Assam, it included the current states of Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya, Nagaland and Mizoram. The capital of this state was Shillong, currently the capital of Meghalaya. [1]

Prior to the Partition of India, Sylhet was a part of Assam.

Date State/UT
Dec 1, 1963 Nagaland
Apr 2, 1970 Meghalaya
Jan 21, 1972 Mizoram
Jan 21, 1972 Arunachal Pradesh


  1. ^ "Assam Gazzeter: Geology". Government of Assam. p. 33.