The ASI is in charge of maintaining this old Shiva temple. The Ahom kings commissioned its construction.
Even though it was built only a few decades ago, this magnificent temple was previously known as Sopa Khowa Sil.
Located in the west of Bokhaghat, the temple is dedicated to Goddess Durga. Durga Puja and Basanti Puja are celebrated here with a great pomp and show.
This oldest historical Shiva Temple is located in Numaligarh, Assam's Golaghat district, and was founded in the 19th century by Pitambar Kandoli.
It was built in the mid-seventeenth century during the reign of Ahom Pratap Singha. It gradually became into a significant political, cultural, and religious centre.
According to historians, all Ahom rulers, from Pratap Singha to Chkradhwaj Singh, utilised it as an elephant training ground.
The Uncle Robin's Children Museum is located on the main road of Golaghat town and is a popular tourist destination.
The Kakochang waterfalls are located approximately 13 kilometres from Bokakhat in Assam's Jorhat Region.
Yupia, around 20 kilometres from Itanagar's main city, is a famous tourist destination for Arunachal Pradesh visitors.
Aside from providing a sanctuary for Hulu monkeys, the location also contains prehistoric temple ruins. This hill is a popular spot for both locals and visitors.