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Shiva Dol is a very ancient temple located in the heart of Shibsagar town. It's located on the bank of Shivsagar tank after which the place is called as sibsagar. There is a main temple dedicated to Shiva here. The main temple has a Shiva...More
This is a 18th Century temple located in the centre of Sib Sagar town. This temple was built by Queen Ambika who was the queen of Ahom king Swargadeo Siba Singha. It's a large temple which has a Shiva Linga in it's inner sanctum. The...More
Shivadol is a temple dedicated to Lord Shiva standing tall on the bank of Shivasagar tank. It's a very old temple and has a Shiva Linga in its inner sanctum. The architecture of the temple is impressive. The temple stands amidst lush green surroundings.
Shivadol is a tall temple dedicated to Lord Shiva located on the banks of Sivasagar tank. The temple was built in 18th Century by Queen Ambika of Ahom dynasty. The temple has a top made of pure gold. There is a trident perched on the...More
This is one of the main attraction site of the historic city Sivasagar of north eastern state Assam. This temple is on the bank of Sivasagar Tank. This place is little busy on every Monday and during Shivaratri ( Festival of Lord Shiva)
Sibsagar is the place, where your visit will not complete without visiting the Shiva dol and the Pukhuri (pond) like vast sea like water body (man made wonder), that's why its called Sib+sagar.
Shiva dol is a marvelous structure build by Ahom King, with golder...More
Famous Shiva Temple located in the bank of Borpukhuri in the heart of historical town of Sibsagar.
Top of the temple is made from pure gold. Two other temples on either side of the temple dedicated for Durga and Vishnu.
This temple situated on the bank of Borpukhuri tank at shibsagar. This temple is one hour drive from Jorhat airport. This is one of the tallest temples of lord Shiva in India. Adjacent to this temple (within the temple compound) there are two similar temples...More