The Assamese people are a socio-ethnolinguistic identity that has been described at various times as nationalistic or micro-nationalistic. This group is often associated with the Assamese language, though the use of the term precedes the name of the language. It has also been used retrospectively to the people of Assam before the term “Assamese” came into use. They are a ethnically diverse group formed after centuries of assimilation of Austroasiatic, Tibeto-Burman, Indo-Aryan and Tai populations. The total population of Assamese speakers in Bangladesh is Appx 5,000.
Most of them are Hindu and Celebrate the Hindu festival.