Sivasagar also is known as Sibsagar “The Ocean of the Lord Siva”, is the most important and major town of Sivasagar district of Assam in terms of ancient historical tourism. Its located at a distance of 362 km away from Guwahati city.
As a major tourism part of Assam as well as North East India, we have listed below the 9 most important tourist attractions of this town. Give you reasons why it’s worth putting it in your next travel destinations list.
Sivadol – a combination of three important Siva temples located on the bank of Sivasagar Tank. These three temples are known as Sivadol, Vishnudol, and Devidol. Devotees can offer prayers and puja during day time.
2. Sivasagar Tank
Sivasagar Tank also known as Borpukhuri, a major landmark located in the heart of Sivasagar Town, dug and built by Ahom Kingdom in the 18th century.
3. Joysagar Tank
Another tank built by the Ahom Kingdom in the 18th century and is the largest tank among others in Sivasagar. It is also considered as the largest men made pond in India.
4. Devi Dol
Devi Dol is a Hindu temple located next to the Sivasagar Tank built by Queen Madambika in the 17th century.
5. Vishnu Dol
Another Hindu temple built by Queen Madambika in the 17th century located in the heart of Sivasagar town next to Shiva dol and Devi Dol.
6. Talatal Ghar
Talatal Ghar is a historical monument located in Rangpur of Sivasagar, Assam. One of the major architect structures built by the Ahom Kingdom and a major tourist attraction. It has two secret tunnels believed to be a stronghold of the Ahoms during wars.
7. Rang Ghar
Rang Ghar is an important historical monument, a historical treasure built by the Ahom Kingdom. It is also referred to as ‘Colosseum of the East’ located in Rangpur of Sivasagar, Assam.
8. Gola Ghar
Gola Ghar is a historical monument located in Jaysagar of Sivasagar, Assam. It was built by Chakradhwaj Singha during his reign.
9. Uttaran Museum
A historical & cultural museum located in Jaysagar of Sivasagar, Assam.