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Magolu Khat

A place of historical significance, Magolu Khat, was constructed by Ahom King Swargodeo Rajeshwar Singh as a mark of love and respect for his wife Kuranganayani, the Princess of Manipur. Located in Manaimaji village at a distance of about 6 Km from Jorhat Town, the site is in its ruins. Though in ruins yet it …

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Purnananda Buragohain Maidam

Located at a distance of about 5 Km from Jorhat Town, this vault is the place where ashes of last king Puranananda Buragohain of 600 year long Ahom dynasty is kept. To commemorate the death of last Ahom King, his son constructed the Puranananda Buragohain Maidam (Vault). This vault is the place where ashes of …

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Mou Chapori

Located at a distance of about 13 Km from Jorhat, Mou Chapori is a small river island measuring nearly 39 bighas which is on a decreasing owing to wrath of mighty river Brahmaputra. The serene ambience in solitude can surely relax your mind and body from your hectic busy life. The melancholy of chirping of …

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Gibbon Wildlife Sanctuary

Housing seven of fifteen species of apes in Northeast India, Hollongapar Gibbon Wildlife Sanctuary facilitates the habitation of endangered Gibbon. The sanctuary also houses slow loris – North East India’s only nocturnal primate. The sanctuary also offers habitation to over 800 species of birds many of which are endangered. Covered with lush green Hollong tree, …

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Shyamgaon

Just another addition of tourism destination in Northeast India. The village, at a distance of about 30 Km from Jorhat district headquarter, Shyamgaon is located in the foothills of Nagaland and is inhabited by peoples of Thai origin whose forefathers migrated from Thailand in 13th century. Inhabitants of these villages have securely preserved their tradition, …

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Thengal Bhawan

Located at a distance of about 8 Km from Jorhat town, Thengal Bhawan or Thengal Manor. Built in the year 1880 by Raibahadur Siva Prasad Barooah, he used this house to publish first Assamese daily newspaper “Dainik Batori” in 1929 with Bagmibar Nilamani Phukan as its editor. The location of the house was so remote …

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Lachit Barphukan Maidam

Located on NH 37 at a few kilometer distance from Jorhat town towards Sivasagar, the Maidam (vault) was constructed to mark the valor and courage exhibited by Lachit Barphukan while protecting erstwhile Assam from invading mighty Mughals in 1672 at Saraighat. Owing to this befitting reply, Northeast India remains the only part of India where …

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Sukapha Samannay Kshetra

In fond memory of first Ahom King of Assam, Sukapha and in recognition to the longest dynasty of India stretching over a period of 600 years, an aesthetically and intricately designed complex has been constructed depicting culture of Assamese peoples with special emphasis on Ahom . Located at a distance of about 16 Kms from …

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Dhekiakhowa Barnamghar

A frontline institution of Vaishnavites, Dhekiakhowa Namghar was established by Saint Madhavdev in 1461 and kindled a lamp on a peel of an elephant apple. This lamp had been burning since then though refueled whenever required by priest attending the Namghar (Vaishnava temple). Located at a distance of 15 Km from Jorhat Town, Dhekiakhowa Naamghar …

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Jorhat Gymkhana Club

It is the one of oldest golf course established in 1876 by D. Slimmons in Seconidhara village. The 9-hole golf course circuit also has facilities for grass court lawn tennis, swimming pool, billiards, polo, gentleman’s bar and cinema theatre.  

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