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Ajit Boruah (2)
Ambikagiri Raichoudhury (5)
Amulya Barua (1)
Ananda Chandra Agarwala (2)
Ananta Kandali (2)
Aniruddha Dev (1)
Atulchandra Hazarika (2)
Benudhar Rajkhowa (1)
Bhabananda Dutta (1)
Bhaben Barua (3)
Bhagawatiprasad Baruah (1)
Bhairab Ch. Khataniar (1)
Binanda Chandra Baruah (1)
Birendranath Barkataki (1)
Birendranath Bhattacharyya (1)
Chandra Kumar Agarwala (2)
Chandradhar Barua (1)
Dandinath Kalita (1)
Debakanta Barua (2)
Devachandra Talukdar (1)
Dharmeswari Devi Baruahni (1)
Dimbeswar Neog (2)
Durgeswar Sharma (6)
Ganesh Gogoi (1)
Gopaldev (1)
Hari Barkakati (1)
Hemchandra Goswami (1)
Hiren Bhattacharyya (2)
Hiren Gohain (1)
Hirendra Nath Dutta (3)
Hiteshwar Barbarua (1)
Homen Borgohain (2)
Indreswar Borthakur (1)
Jamuneswari Khataniar (1)
Janjegyaswar Sharma (1)
Jatindranath Duara (7)
Jyotiprasad Agarwala (2)
Kamalananda Bhattacharyya (1)
Keshab Mahanta (1)
Keshavdas Kayastha (1)
Krishnaprasad Agarwala (1)
Lakhminath Phukan (2)
Laxminath Bezbarua (4)
Mahendra Borah (2)
Mahim Bora (1)
Mahim Borah (2)
Mitradev Mahanta Adhikari (1)
Mofijuddin Ahmed Hazarika (1)
Nabakanta Barua (1)
Nabakanta Baruah (4)
Nalinibala Devi (3)
Nilamani Phukan (3)
Nirmalprobha Bordoloi (1)
Padmadhar Chaliha (1)
Padmanath Gohainbarua (1)
Padmanath Sharma (1)
Parbati Prasad Barua (1)
Prasannalal Choudhury (1)
Raghunath Chowdhary (4)
Ram Gogoi (1)
Ram Saraswati (1)
Ratnakanta Barkakoti (5)
Sameer Tanti (1)
Sananta Tanti (1)
Snghadutta Dev Adhikari (1)
Soiladhar Rajkhowa (2)
Srimanta Sankardev (1)
Surya Kumar Bhuyan (4)
Thaneswar Hazarika (2)
Umeschadra Choudhary (1)
Welcome to the Web-Site of Xophura(সঁফুৰা) , the electronic archive on Assam, and Assamese culture and literature. Assam, a state in the North-Eastern part of India has a rich socio-literary heritage being the melting pot of the cultures of the people of Mongoloid origin which dominates the rest of the North-Eastern states in India and the cultures of the people of Aryan origin which dominates the Northern India. Here, the effort is on to build up an archive to reflect and preserve this vast socio-literary heritage.


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We have moved out of ‘www.geocities.com/p_saikia‘ recently as Geocities.com is closing. This site is not yet fully functional yet. However we have restored the original site here(www.xophura.net/static) while we are working towards finalizing up our new look. If you don’t find what you are looking here in this site, you may check out the copy of our old site.