SAIVISM IN BRAHMAPUTRAVALLEYIN THE MEDIEVALPERIOD
Dr. BukkapuramVenkataramana, Academic Consultant, Department of History & Archaeology, Yogi Vemana University, YSR Kadapa (D), firstname.lastname@example.org
ABSTRACT: Brahmaputra Valley is situated in Assam, the frontier province of India on the extreme north-east. Assam is located between 24°8’ to 27°56 north latitudes and 89°41’ to 96°02 East longitudes. The state of Assam is surrounded by Bhutan, Tibet andArunachal Pradesh in theNorth, Nagaland and Manipur is the East, Meghalaya and Mizoram in the South and Tripura, West Bengal and Bangladesh in the West.Assamis divided physically into two main Valleys -The Brahmaputra Valley and the Barak Valley. This paper namely “saivism in Brahmaputra valley in the medieval period”, explain the explore of Saivism in Brahmaputra valley.
KEY WORDS: Saivism, Brahmaputra valley and medieval period.