The correct answer to this question is Assam. It is a state in India, which is in the northeast. Assam covers 78,438 km2. There are many indigenous ethnic groups in Assam, which include Assamese Muslims, Sonowal Kachari, and Koch Rajbongshi. The state is known for silk and tea, and they are even the largest producer of tea in India.
The statehood was established in 1950. As of 2011, it had a population of 31,205,576 and ranked 15th in India. The longest river connected to Assam is Bhupen Hazarika Setu. The silks they are known for Golden Muga Silk, Eri Silk, and White Pat Silk.
Assam is in the northeastern part of the country of Ahom. It is limited to the north by the Kingdom of Bhutan and the state of Arunachal Pradesh to the east and by the states of Nagaland and Manipur in the south. The Ahom’s have ruled much of Assam from the 13th century until the establishment of British rule in 1838. Their power in Assam reached its peak during the era of King Rudra Singh from 1696 to 1714.
They had begun their control in the Chinese province of Yunnan and beginning to migrate into Indochina and northern Myanmar. They ruled in the first centuries of A.D., and the original language is now nonexistent, and they all speak Assamese, which is an Eastern Indo-Aryan language, although each area of the country may speak with different dialects.