Chak-Lang: An Assamese Wedding by Indica Pictures - Jun 05, 2018, 7:33 pm 7 Shares Wedding rituals are always fascinating and it is the same for the Chak Lang Wedding of the Ahom community in Assam. Get Swarajya in your inbox everyday. Subscribe here. Sign Up Tags: Creative India, Bharat180, 7 Shares Comments Related Videos Prambanan Ramayana: A Highly Stylised Javanese Ballet Bronze Deities: A Timeless Chola Art Shobillu Sapta Svara – The Radiant Seven (Musical) Notes Nataraja: The Dance Of Shiva Headlines View All → Rajasthan HC Orders Robert Vadra, Mother To Appear Before ED On 12 February In Bikaner Land Scam Uttarakhand Embraces ‘Ayushman Bharat’: Over 1.5 Lakh People In State Avail Golden Cards Under PMJAY Scheme IB Says No Security Implication If Citizenship Bill Passed; 31,300 Non-Muslim Migrants To Be ‘Immediate Beneficiaries’ Indian Navy’s Two Day-Long Largest Ever Coastal Defence Exercise ‘Sea Vigil’ To Begin 22 January Japan’s Masazo Nonaka, Recognised By Guinness World Records As The World’s Oldest Man, Passes Away At 113 Indian Army Proposal For 3,000 Anti-Tank Guided Missiles: Defence Ministry To Consider Rs 1000-Crore Deal With France Cash On The Go: All Metro Stations In Delhi To Get ATMs Soon; DMRC Invites Expression Of Interest Latest Articles UP Mahagathbandhan: Why The Arithmetic Isn’t As Simple As It Looks SBI Mulling Converting Part Of Its Loans To Jet Airways Into Equity: Has It Forgotten The Bitter Lessons From Kingfisher? ‘Walking God’ Of Karnataka No More: Siddaganga Math’s Shivakumara Swamiji Passes Away At 111 Kerala Reclaims Identity: Ayyappa Bhaktha Sangamam Turns Out To Be The Largest-Ever Hindu Congregation In The State Meeting ‘Nadedaduva Devaru’, The Walking God Spiritual ‘Growth’: Kumbh Mela To Generate Rs 1.2 Lakh Crore Revenue And 600,000 Jobs, Says CII Report The CBI Chronicles: Who Has Manipulated The Institution After All? Dalits Can Become Chief Ministers In Bihar And UP; Is It Possible In Tamil Nadu?