Overview

Sivasagar is a city in Assam and the administrative centre of the Sivasagar district. Sivasagar lies approximately 360 kilometres northeast of Guwahati. It’s famous for its Ahom palaces and monuments. Today, Sivasagar is an important centre for the tea and oil industries. Sivasagar is a district of Jorhat. Sivasagar, nestled in the heart of Assam, is a historic town known for its cultural heritage and architectural marvels. Formerly the capital of the Ahom Kingdom, Sivasagar is home to iconic monuments such as the Sivasagar Tank, Rang Ghar, and Kareng Ghar, which stand as testaments to its rich history. The town is also renowned for its ancient temples, including the Shiva Dol and Vishnu Dol, which showcase exquisite architecture and craftsmanship. Sivasagar is a cultural hub, with vibrant festivals and traditional performances celebrating the region’s heritage. Visitors can explore the town’s historic sites, tranquil lakes, and charming markets, immersing themselves in the grandeur of Assam’s royal past. With its timeless allure and cultural richness, Sivasagar invites travelers to journey through the annals of Assamese history.

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