Food[ edit ] Rice is the staple food and wheat, maize, millet are the substantial cereals, which can be prepared for consumption in various ways. Large quantities of cooked rice, meat, and vegetables are consumed with various kinds of chutney, ginger, garlic, chilies, and spices. Two heavy meals of almost identical preparation a day is consumed and all else are comestibles of little significance. Since jhum cannot supply all the vegetables and meat, they constantly go to the forest seeking for vegetables, and hunting for deer, fowl, trap small game like squirrels, birds, etc.
Orunodoi Save Orunodoi or Arunodoi Assamese: The magazine took the initiative of innovating the then Assamese dialect instead of borrowing words from other languages.
The Assamese people got to know about the western world only through this magazine, which opened the gate to the modern literacy in Assam. It mainly included various news related to current affairs, Science, astrology, history and also trivia although Christianity was its main aim.
The magazine's publishing ended when the printing press was sold Hasnu the stone cutter It continued to be published till ; the press, however, was sold in The editors of the magazine include Dr. Denforth, William Ward, and others. Although propagation of Christianity remained the main aim of the paper, it also contained articles related to science, current affairs, astrology, history, and local trivia.
This paper helped to entrench the Assamese intelligentsia, bringing to the fore three key figures from the Assamese literary world: Brown did the editorial work whereas Oliver Cutter was involved in printing and publishing the magazine. Brown was the editor of this magazine till he left for the US.
Under his editorship, Orunodoi published history by bringing out the texts of old chronicles in properly edited form, such as Chutia Buranji, Purani Asom Buranji and Kamrupar Buranji.
He also patronized various Assamese scholars and helped them publish. After Brown, the Orunodoi was in circulation with occasional breaks until Following the example of Orunodoi, several newspapers and magazines were published in Assam in the second half of the 19th century.
The American Baptist Missionary Union appointed him as a missionary printer and publisher to Burma at the age of twenty. With his wife, Harriet Low Cutter, he sailed from Boston intaking with him a steam printing press. Jenkins, the commissioner of Assam also promised to contribute Rs 2, for a printing press.
On arrival Captain Jenkins presented them a large printing press, and contributed Rs for its support.
They published Khamti, Singpho and Assamese books. Cutter went to Calcutta for a supply of additional type for his press.
After shifting their base to Joypur near Naharkatiya inCutter became involved in establishing more Assamese schools and wrote a page Vocabulary and Phrases in English and Assamese, published in by the Mission Press at Joypur.
Looking for a more hygienic and conducive place for work, Brown shifted to Sibsagar inwhile Cutter continued at Joypur superintending the operations of the presses under his care.
However tribal protest at the conversion activities carried on by the missionaries soon made Joypur an extremely difficult place to work in and also inconvenient for printing due to threats from the locals, for which Cutter had to hide his presses.
Finally, in Cutter moved to Sibsagar and established the printing press along the bank of the Dikhow River near the cantonment. Along with Brown he was involved in translating and printing numerous and diverse books and pamphlets. InCutter left the mission work and joined as superintendent of the Government Press in Calcutta.
Even today, the place at Sibsagar where Cutter established the printing press is locally known as Chapakhana. While Nathan Brown and Miles Bronson are well known for their contributions, however, a lesser known junior missionary, the Reverend William Ward, played an important role in propagating the printing of the book in Assam.
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