List of Asam Sahitya Sabha presidents

Asam Sahitya Sabha (Assamese: অসম সাহিত্য সভা), Ôxôm Xahityô Xôbha or "Assam Literary Society") was founded in 1917 in Assam, India to promote the culture of Assam and Assamese literature.

Except regular biennially seasons in 2000 and 2002 special session was held at Jorhat and Kalgachia.[1]

President, Time and PlaceEdit

Sl. No. Year Name[2] Venue
1 1917 Padmanath Gohain Baruah Sibsagar
2 1918 Chandradhar Barua Goalpara
3 1919 Kaliram Medhi Barpeta
4 1920 Hemchandra Goswami Tezpur
5 1923 Amrit Bhushan Dev Adhikari Jorhat
6 1924 Kanaklal Barua Dibrugarh
7 1924 Lakshminath Bezbaroa Guwahati
8 1925 Rajanikanta Bordoloi Nagaon
9 1926 Benudhar Rajkhowa Dhuburi
10 1927 Tarunram Phukan Goalpara
11 1929 Kamalakanta Bhattacharya Jorhat
12 1930 Mofizuddin Ahmed Hazarika Golaghat
13 1931 Nagendra Narayan Choudhury Sibsagar
14 1933 Jnanadabhiram Barua North Lakhimpur
15 1934 Ananda Chandra Agarwala Mangaldoi
16 1936 Raghunath Choudhari Tezpur
17 1937 Krishna Kanta Handique Guwahati
18 1940 Moidul Islam Bora Jorhat
19 1944 Nilmani Phukan Sibsagar
20 1947 Nilmani Phukan Dibrugarh
21 1950 Ambikagiri Raichoudhury Margherita
22 1953 Surya Kumar Bhuyan Shillong
23 1955 Nalini Bala Devi Jorhat
24 1955 Jatindra Nath Duwora Guwahati
25 1956 Benudhar Sarma Dhuburi
26 1958 Padmadhar Chaliha Tinisukia
27 1959 Atul Chandra Hazarika Nagaon
28 1960 Trailokya Nath Goswami Palashbari
29 1961 Trailokya Nath Goswami Goalpara
30 1963 Ratnakanta Borkakati Nazira
31 1964 Mitradev Mahanta Digboi
32 1965 Dimbeswar Neog Nalbari
33 1966 Binanda Chandra Barua North Lakhimpur
34 1967 Nakul Chandra Bhuyan Dibrugarh
35 1968 Jnanath Bora Tezpur
36 1969 Ananda Chandra Barua Barpeta
37 1970 Upendra Chandra Lekharu Dhing
38 1971 Tirtha Nath Sarma Makum
39 1972 Hem Barua Dhuburi
40 1973 Giridhar Sarma Rangia
41 1974 Maheshwar Neog Mangaldoi
42 1975 Satyendranath Sarma Titabor
43 1976 Jagheshwar Sarma Tihu
44 1977 Syed Abdul Malik Abhayapuri
45 1978 Prasannalal Choudhury Golaghat
46 1979 Atul Chandra Barua Sualkuchi
47 1980 Jatindra Nath Goswami Roha
48 1981 Sitanath Brahmachoudhury Tinisukia
49 1982 Sitanath Brahmachoudhury Diphu
50 1983 Birendra Kumar Bhattacharya Bongaigaon
51 1985 Jogesh Das Bihpuria
52 1986 Biren Borkotoki Kampur
53 1987 Mahendra Bora Pathsala
54 1988 Kirthi Nath Hazarika Hailakandi
55 1989 Mahim Bora Doomdooma
56 1990 Nabakanta Barua Biswanath Chariali
57 1991 Nirmal Prabha Bordoloi Dudhnoi
58 1992 Lakshyadhar Choudhury Goreshwar
59 1993 Bhupen Hazarika Sibsagar
60 1994 Lila Gogoi Morigaon
61 1995 Hitesh Deka Sarthebari
62 1996 Lakshmi Nandan Bora Bokakhat
63 1997 Nagen Saikia Bilasipara
64 1998 Nagen Saikia Howraghat
65 1999 Chandra Prasad Saikia Hajo
66 2000 Chandra Prasad Saikia Jorhat
67 2001 Homen Borgohain Dibrugarh
68 2002 Homen Borgohain Kalgachia
69 2003 Birendra Nath Datta North Lakhimpur
70 2004 Birendra Nath Datta Hojai
71 2005 Kanak Sen Deka Sipajhar
72 2006 Kanak Sen Deka Belsar
73 2007 Kanak Sen Deka Chapar
74 2009 Rongbong Terang Dhemaji
75 2010 Rongbong Terang Dergaon
76 2013 Imran Shah Barpeta Road
77 2014 Imran Shah Guwahati
78 2015 Dhrubajyoti Bora Kaliabor
78 2016 Dhrubajyoti Bora Kaliabor
79 2017 Dhrubajyoti Bora Kaliabor
80 2018 Paramananda Rajbongshi [3] Bardumsa
81 2018 Paramananda Rajbongshi[4] Raha 82 2019 kuladhar Saikia Sualkuchi <ref> https://www.sentinelassam.com/north-east-india-news/assam-news/former-dgp-assam-police-kuladhar-saikia-elected-as-president-of-asom-sahitya-sabha/

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Axom Xahitya Xabha (The Literary Society of Assam) | Assam Portal". Assam.org. Retrieved 28 April 2013.
  2. ^ "List of Asam Sahitya Sabha presidents". Archived from the original on 29 January 2013. Retrieved 7 December 2012.
  3. ^ http://assam.nenow.in/অসম-সাহিত্য-সভাৰ-নতুন-সভা/
  4. ^ "The Assam Tribune Online". www.assamtribune.com. Retrieved 21 July 2019.

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