Ramke W. Momin was born in 1838 after six years of Omed (his uncle) at the same place. Ramke, a boy of 11 or 12 years old, was prevented by his step-father, who wanted his help on the jhum cultivation more than his education. Nevertheless, Ramke, even before he knew Christ as Savior, was very religious and tried his best to live true to his indigenous faith. While a boy, he believed in the demons and was diligent in always trying to overcome them, often trapping wild birds to sacrifice to them. While in Goalpara School, Ramke began to study the Hindu Sastras and consulted the Sadhus sitting under the big trees at Goalpara. The exposition convinced Ramke of the Sastras by the sadhus that he became a practicing Hindu for about 8 or 9 years.