|Instance of||historical country|
|Basic form of government|
|Dissolved, abolished or demolished||1140|
Kamarupa, also called Pragjyotisha, was the first historical kingdom in Assam that existed between the 4th to the 12th century CE. Ruled by three dynasties from their capitals in present-day Guwahati and Tezpur, it covered the entire Brahmaputra river valley and, at times, North Bengal and parts of Bangladesh. Though the historical kingdom disappeared by 12th century to be replaced by smaller political entities, the notion of Kamarupa persisted and ancient and medieval chroniclers continued to call this region by this name. Coins of en:Alauddin Hussain Shah called the region Kamru or Kamrud.
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Media in category "Kamarupa Kingdom"
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- Copper Plate Seal of Kamarupa Kings.jpg 834 × 1,548; 1.02 MB
- Major kingdoms of Assam.png 693 × 778; 37 KB
- MajorKingdomsOfAssam2.png 534 × 599; 47 KB
- Royal symbol of the Sutiya Kingdom.jpg 1,520 × 1,536; 219 KB
- Ruins of Pragjyotishpura (Guwahati), Kamarupa - Panel on Plinth.jpg 1,353 × 720; 1.36 MB