HistoryChoose True/FalseAhoms did not get influenced by the Brahmanical traditions in the 17th century.

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Ahoms did not get influenced by the Brahmanical traditions in the 17th century.


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    Solution:

    The above statement is false.
    The king gave the territory to temples and Brahmanas. Hinduism became the most popular religion during Sib Singh's rule (1714–1744). However, even after converting to Hinduism, the Ahom rulers did not totally renounce their old religious practices. Land grants were offered to academics and poets. Important Sanskrit literature has been translated into the native tongue. Buranjis, or historical writings, were also produced, initially in Ahom and then in Assamese.
    The Ahoms used to worship their own tribal deities. But the influence of Brahmanas among Ahoms grew in the first part of the seventeenth century.
     
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