Best Assamese (অসমীয়া) Books & Novels To Read [Must Buy on Amazon]

Best Assamese (অসমীয়া) Books To Read Must Buy on Amazon

1.Ashimat Jar Heral Seema 

This novel is a tale of love, a tale of friendship and a tale of reincarnation. Written by Bhubanmohan Baruah (pen-name - Kanchan Baruah), first published in 1945. This book has continued to amaze people to date. I have heard about this book a long time back when I was in school or college. every person that I have encountered who have read this novel used to tell me that its pitty that I have deprived myself of reading this beautifully written novel so far. Anyways, in August 2018 finally, I told myself that I should read this to understand why people are so crazy about this novel which was written more than 65 years ago. Now I am halfway across the book and I realized that what I have been missing so far. This novel is so addictive and you won't feel how time flies by once you start reading. This novel is a gem in Assamese literature. Hope one day a great director notice this masterpiece and make a blockbuster bigger than Baahubali, I bet it'll.

2.Mrityunjay (মৃত্যুঞ্জয়)

Mrityunjay (মৃত্যুঞ্জয়): A famous Assamese Novel by Birendra Kumar Bhattacharyya (বীৰেন্দ্ৰ কুমাৰ ভট্টাচাৰ্য) and published by Chandra Prakash (চন্দ্ৰ প্ৰকাশ). A must-read. For this novel, the writer has been awarded Jayanpeeth Award (highest literary award in India) in 1979 (জ্ঞানপীঠ বটা - ১৯৭৯).


1900 BC. In what modern Indians mistakenly call the Indus Valley Civilisation. The inhabitants of that period called it the land of Meluha – a near perfect empire created many centuries earlier by Lord Ram, one of the greatest monarchs that ever lived. This once proud empire and its Suryavanshi rulers face severe perils as its primary river, the revered 

4.Swagotukti (স্বগতোক্তি)

Swagotukti (স্বগতোক্তি): Autobiography of Pradip Baruah (প্ৰদীপ বৰুৱা), editor of most prestigious Assamese fortnightly Prantik (প্ৰান্তিক). The Autobiography has been published by Sanjiwan Prakashan (সঞ্জীৱন প্ৰকাশন) on 21st October 2018.

5.Deou Langkhui 

Deo Langkhui (The Divine Sword) is an Assamese novel written by Dr. Rita Chowdhury. The book unveils some important aspects of then-contemporary Tiwa society and a series of their customs and traditions. The story is about the life-struggle of Chandraprabha, the banished queen of king Pratapsingha. She was sent to the Tiwa Gobha kingdom for she made merry with the Gobha king in the Jonbeel Mela. The novel can be read as a fantastic story, as a historical novel, or as an epic.

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