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Panidihing Wildlife Sanctuary

Located at a distance of about 22 Km from Sivsagar town, Panidihing Wildlife Sanctuary has Disang river and Demow river on either side. Sprawling over an area of nearly 33.93 Sq. Km, Panidihing Wildlife Sanctuary has large portion of wetland facilitating habitation of wide number of birds, both resident and migratory. Accordingly, it was declared …

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Disangmukh

Located at a distance of about 10 Km from Sivsagar town, Disangmukh is the point of confluence of historically significant Disang river with mighty river Brahmaputra. During the reign of Ahom dynasty and also during British regime, the location was used as port for transportation to and from Sivsagar. The surrounding area is inhabited by …

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Namdang Stone Bridge

Just another addition to the list of architectural work of Swargodeo Rudra Singha. Located just few kilometers from Sivsagar town, the specialty of Namdang Stone Bridge is that this bridge was constructed carving out of a single stone. Constructed in 1703 over river Namdang, a tributary of Dikhou River, Namdang stone bridge has a dimension …

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Rangpur Palace

The grand Rangpur Palace consists of two parts viz. Kareng Ghar and Talatal Ghar. The upper part comprising of four storied building is the Kareng Ghar, including ground floor, while the lower part comprising of three stories underground structure known as Talatal Ghar. The upper part of the Rangpur Palace was originally built by Swargodeo …

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Rang Ghar

The two storied building which was constructed as pavilion was used by the royals of Ahom Kingdom to watch sporting events like Buffalo fight, other sports and functions like Rongali bihu etc. The building was constructed by Swargodeo Pramatta Singha during his reign (1744-1751). It was constructed on Rupahi pathar (field) which is nearly 4 …

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Sivasagar Tank

If you are obsessed to test the technology on hydrology, visit Sivasagar with lots of tanks involving such technology. Sivsagar tank is one of such creation during the period of Ahom dynasty. The tank sprawling over an area of nearly 130 Sq. Km was excavated in 1734 by Queen Ambika, another wife of King Shiva …

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Gaurisagar Tank

Gaurisagar is located at a distance of about 15 Km from Sivsagar town on NH-37. The tank sprawling over an area of nearly 150 acres was built by Queen Phuleswari wife of Swargodeo Shiva Singha in 1723. The landscape with large number of temples dedicated to Lord Vishnu, Lord Ganesha and Goddesses Durga scattered on …

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Joysagar

Sati Joymoti is a paradigm of being a true better half. Her love towards her husband never let her divulge information of her husband Prince Gadapani who was in exile. Gadapani was in exile as the then King Sulikphaa, better known as Lora Roja (being the King crowned at the age of 14 years), was …

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Joy Dol

This ancient temple on the bank of Joysagar (pond) was constructed by King Swargodeo Rudra Singha (1696-1714) and is dedicated to Lord Vishnu. This is the main temple among the set of three temples viz. Lord Surya temple and Lord Ganesha temple. The Garbagriha is designed in honey-comb style with idols of Lord Vishnu carved …

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