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Karenghar of Ahom Kings: Guwahati

Karenghar of Ahom Kings: Guwahati


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Talatalghar means a house having several storeys. It was the citadel of Ahom power with all its pomp and dignity. Tatatalghar, the palace, was originally a seven storeyed building, four above and three below the ground. Ahom chronicles (Buranajis) mentions that originally the palace was constructed by King Rudra Singha (1696-1714 CE) with semi-permanent and impermanent materials. It was renovated and transformed into the permanent brick structure by the Ahom King Rajeswar Singha (1751-1769 CE). The present edifice of brick masonry was plastered with lime surkhi.

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  • This monument is a Non Smoking zone.
  • Edibles are not allowed inside the monument.
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