Talatalghar Talatalghar

It is the largest among the Ahom monuments situated on the bank of the Dikhow river. Historical chronicle narrates that Rudra Singha (AD 1696-1714) founded the city of Rangpur in 1698 AD and constructed a palace made of wood and other locally available impermanent materials....

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Rang ghar RANGHAR PAVILION

This is a double-storied royal pavilion of Ahom kings with unique architectural features. The central unit of the ground plan is rectangular and annexed with small structures of trapezoid ends making the entire ground plan like an octagon....

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Vishnudol VISHNUDOL, JOYSAGAR

The temple is popularly known as the Kesavanarayan or Jaidol Temple. It was built during the reign of Ahom king Rudra Singha (AD 1696-14) and dedicated to Lord Vishnu....

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Ahom raja AHOM RAJA’S PALACE

Gargoan was the principal seat of the Ahoms for more than four centuries. The chronicle sources refer that Suklengmung, the 15th Ahom king established the capital at Gargoan and constructed a palace with wood and other impermanent material in the year 1540 AD...

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