Literary Organizations

Asam Sahitya Sabha অসম সাহিত্য সভা 

Asam Sahitya Sabha, the major literary body in eastern India, which plays the most important role in co-ordinating efforts of the writers and bringing people closer to literature. The Asam Sahitya Sabha was founded in 1917 in Assam, India to promote Assamese literature. The first session of Asam Sahitya Sabha was held on 26th of December, 1917 in Sivasagar under the president ship of Padmanath Gohain Baruah, pioneer of the modern Assamese literature. Since then the annual conference, nowadays biennial, is held with great pomp and grandeur, and a writer of high reputation is elected to the presidency of the Society.

 Name  Place  Year
 Padmanath Gohain Baruah  Sivasagar  1917
 Chandradhar Barua  Goalpara  1918
 Kaliram Medhi  Barpeta  1919
 Hemchandra Goswami  Tezpur  1920
 Amrit Bhushan Dev Adhikari  Jorhat  1923
 Kanaklal Barua  Dibrugarh  1924
 Lakshminath Bezbaruah  Guwahati  1924
 Rajanikanta Bordoloi  Nagaon  1925
 Benudhar Rajkhowa  Dhubri  1926
 Tarunram Phukan  Goalpara  1927
 Kamalakanta Bhattacharya  Jorhat  1929
 Mafijuddin Ahmed Hazarika  Golaghat  1930
 Nagendra Narayan Choudhury  Sibsagar  1931
 Jnanadabhiram Barua  North Lakhimpur  1933
 Ananda Chadra Agarwala  Mangaldoi  1934
 Raghunath Choudhari  Tezpur  1936
 Krishna Kanta Handique  Guwahati  1937
 Moidul Islam Bora  Jorhat  1940
 Nilamani Phukan  Sibsagar  1944
 Nilamani Phukan  Dibrugarh  1947
 Ambikagiri Roychudhury  Margherita  1950
 Surya Kumar Bhuyan  Shillong  1953
 Nalini Bala Devi  Jorhat  1955
Jatindra Nath Duorah Guwahati 1955
Benudhar Sarma Dhubri 1956
Padmadhar Chaliha Tinsukia 1958
Atul Chandra Hazarika Nagaon 1959
Trailokya nath Goswami Palashbari 1960
Trailokya Nath Goswami Goalpara 1961
Ratnakanta Borkakati Nazira 1963
Mitradev Mahanta Digboi 1964
Dimbeshwar Neog Nalbari 1965
Binanda Chandra Barua North Lakhimpur 1966
Nakul Chandra Bhuyan Dibrugarh 1967
Jnanath Bora Tezpur 1968
Ananda Chandra Barua Barpeta 1969
Upendra Chandra Lekharu Dhing 1970
Tirtha Nath Sarma Makum 1971
Hem Barua Dhubri 1972
Giridhar Sarma Rangia 1973
Maheshwar Neog Mangaldoi 1974
Satyendra Nath Sarma Titabor 1975
Jagheshwar Sarma Tihu 1976
Syed Abdul Malik Abhayapuri 1977
Prasannalal Choudhury Golaghat 1978
Atul Chandra Barua Sualkuchi 1979
Jatindra Nath Goswami Roha 1980
Sitanath brahmachoudhury Tinsukia 1981
Sitanath Brahmachoudhury Diphu 1982
Birendra Kumar Bhattacharya Bongaigaon 1983
Jogesh Das Bihpuria 1985
Biren Borkotoki Kampur 1986
Mahendra Bora Pathsala 1987
Kirthi Nath Hazarika Hailakandi 1988
Mahim Bora Doomdooma 1989
Nabakanta Barua Biswanath Chariali 1990
Nirmal Prabha Bordoloi Dhudhnoi 1991
Lakshyadhar Choudhury Goreshwar 1992
Dr Bhupen Hazarika Sibsagar 1993
Lila Gogoi Morigaon 1994
Hitesh Deka Sarthebari 1995
Laksminandan Bora Bokakhat 1996
Nagen Saikia Bilasipara 1997
Nagen Saikia Howraghat 1998
Chandra Prasad Saikia Hajo 1999
Chandra Prasad Saikia Jorhat 2000
Homen Borgohain Dibrugarh 2001
Homen Borgohain Kalgachia 2002
Birendra Nath Dutta North Lakhimpur 2003
Birendra Nath Dutta Hojai 2004
Kanak Sen Deka Siphajhar 2005
Kanak Sen Deka Belsar 2006
Kanak Sen Deka Chapar 2007
Rongbong Terang Dhemaji 2009
Rongbong Terang Dergaon 2010
Imran Shah Barpeta Road 2013

Dr. Dhrubajyoti Bora                          Kaliabar                           2014


Bodo Sahitya Sabha बर’ थूनलाइ आफाद 

The second largest literary and cultural organization in Assam is the Bodo Sahitya Sabha. It was established on 16th November, 1952, with a view to work for the development of the Bodo literature and culture. Its head office is in Kokrajhar.

 Presidents  Tenure
 Joybhadra Hagjer  1952-66
 Satish Chandra Basumatary  1966-68
 Gaurikanta Brahma  1968-74
 Ramdas Basumatary  1974-77
 Lakheswar Brahma  1977-80
 Ramdas Basumatary  1980-83
 Jagendra Kumar Basumatary  1983-90
 Kamal Kumar Brahma  1990-93
 Maniram Masari  1993-96
 Bineswar Brahma  1996-00
 Daleswar Bodo  2000-02
 Brajendra Kumar Brahma  2002-08
 Dr. Kameswar Brahma  2008-

Deori Sahitya Sabha

Deori Sahitya Sabha was established on 20th January, 1965 with a view to work for the development of the Deori literature and culture.

 Presidents  Tenure
 Bipul Chandra Deori  1965
 Kishore Kumar Deori  1980-83
 Kishore Kumar Deori  1983-87
 Nripen Deori  1987-89
 Nripen Deori  1989-92
 Basanta Kumar Deori  1992
 Sashidhar Deori  2002-05
 Sashidhar Deori  2005-07
 Nripen Deori  2007-09
 Nripen Deori  2009-

Mising Sahitya Sabha MISING AGOM KÉBANG

Mising Agom Kebang (or Mising Sahitya Sabha) was established in the year 1972. This is the apex body of the Mising community which was set up for the preservation and development of the Mising literature & Culture.

 Presidents  Tenure
 Tabu Taid  1972-81
 Nahendra Padun  1981-83
 Diram Kumbang  1983-88
 Lakshminath Panging  1988-90
 Chandra Kt. Lachan  1990-94
 Sengaram Morang  1994-97
 Diram Kumbang  1997
 Sengaram Morang  1997-2000
 Nahendra Padun  2000-02
 Ghana Kt. Lagachu  2002-03
 Chandra Kt. Lachan  2004-06
 Basanta Kr. Doley  1906-10
 Bidyeswar Doley  2010-


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