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Home>>East-India>>Assam>>Historical

Historical Places of Assam

ITA Fort, ITA Fort historical, ITA Fort travel, ITA Fort tourism, ITA Fort Historical Place, travel to ITA Fort Monument Rang Ghar

Rang Ghar is a double storied oval shaped pavilion, Considered the first amphitheatre of Asia having tiers of seats rising gradually.

Poa Mecca

Poa Mecca is a holy place of worship for the Muslim community. This is shrine of Pir Giasuddin Aulia, which was build by Sujauddin Mohammed Shah.

ITA Fort, ITA Fort historical, ITA Fort travel, ITA Fort tourism, ITA Fort Historical Place, travel to ITA Fort Monument
Ladaigarh, Ladaigarh historical, Ladaigarh travel, Ladaigarh tourism, Ladaigarh Historical Place, travel to Ladaigarh Monument Ladaigarh

Ladaigarh was constructed by a Ruler Pratap Singh to protect its town from the attack of neighboring kingdoms.

War Cemetery

The most dramatic event in Digboi's history took place during the World War II days when the belligerent Japanese got closer and were within three days marching distance of Digboi.

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