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Top 20 Assamese Delicacies You Must Try

Assam, the land of rolling hills and lush tea gardens, boasts a rich culinary heritage that reflects its diverse culture and vibrant traditions. Assamese cuisine is characterized by its unique flavors, the use of indigenous ingredients, and a strong emphasis on simplicity and freshness. From tangy fish curries to sweet rice cakes, here are the top 20 Assamese delicacies that you must try: 1. Masor Tenga: A tangy fish curry made with tomatoes and other souring agents, giving it a distinctive flavor. 2. Pitha: Assamese rice cakes, often prepared during festivals and special occasions, showcasing the artistry and culinary skills of the Assamese people. 3. Khar: An alkaline preparation made from sun-dried banana peels or ashes, used as a key ingredient in many traditional Assamese dishes. 4. Aloo Pitika: Mashed potatoes mixed with onions, mustard oil, and green chilies, a simple yet flavorful side dish. 5. Bengena Pitika: Roasted and mashed eggplant mixed with mustard oil, onions, and chil

Exploring the Richness of Assamese Literature: A Dive into Ten Must-Read Books

Assam, a land of diverse cultures and rich traditions, has a literary heritage that is as vibrant as it is profound. Assamese literature, with its roots deep in history, has produced a plethora of remarkable works that continue to captivate readers with their depth and beauty. In this blog post, we will explore ten must-read books from Assamese literature, each offering a unique glimpse into the culture and ethos of this enchanting land. 1. Mirijiyori by Rajanikanta Bordoloi: Set during the Ahom kingdom in Assam, this historical novel follows the life of Mirijiyori, a courageous woman who defies societal norms to protect her kingdom. 2. Hasya Arnav by Ananda Chandra Barua: A collection of humorous stories that offer a lighthearted take on various aspects of life, showcasing the author's wit and storytelling prowess. 3. Banhimot by Jyotiprasad Agarwala: Considered the first Assamese novel, Banhimot tells the story of a young woman who defies conventions to pursue her dreams, highlig

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Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao (BBBP) scheme

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