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Address: 4 km from Sibsagar town, India

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Ahom's Palace

Kareng ghar is the name given to four storeys of Rangpur palace, which served as the palace of Ahom royal family. Kareng Ghar was mostly built of wood and most part of it is in... read more

Reviewed 5 weeks ago
Rajani B
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Kareng Ghar is the above the ground storeys of Rangpur Palace. Mainly Kareng Ghar has the rooms of Royal family members and servant quarters. Most of the palace is damaged now. Still they are testimony to the Ahom architecture. Organic cement made of Rice Flour, Duck Eggs, Fish etc. were used to construct this palace.

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Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

Kareng ghar is the name given to four storeys of Rangpur palace, which served as the palace of Ahom royal family. Kareng Ghar was mostly built of wood and most part of it is in ruins now. The ground floor has servant quarters, stables and store rooms. The upper floors had rooms where royal family members stayed. Most of the... More 

Thank Rajani B
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Reviewed 29 November 2016

Talatal Ghar is under the ground structure and Kareng Ghar is above the ground structure, together composing the Rangpur Palace - the abode of the Ahom rulers. It totally was a seven storeyed structure built of baked bricks and organic cement made with sticky rice powder and eggs of ducks. Some parts of the palace is in ruins. Yet it's... More 

Thank rambha b
New Delhi, India
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Reviewed 17 August 2016

Kareng Ghar is located in Rangpur which is about 15 Kilometres away from Sibsagar Town. Kareng Ghar along with below ground structure Talatal Ghar forms the Rangpur Palace. Kareng ghar is a four storeyed structure. As of now, third and second floors are mostly in ruins. Only ground and first floor are in intact condition. The Kareng Ghar was built... More 

Thank Rajesh k
Guwahati, India
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Reviewed 25 April 2016 via mobile

So old yet to be so technologically prooved to one of the strongest ancient palace made by Ahoms almost 700 yrs back.....a must see, and now after the govt taking innitiative to preserve this heritage palace n surrounding site has become like a old ahom kingdom heritage culture

Thank spicegau
Tezpur, India
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 63 helpful votes
Reviewed 22 January 2016

Kareng ghar is a small palace but nicely maintained. It is near to sibasagar town. place is kept clean.

Thank rmk5515
Doha, Qatar
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Reviewed 20 November 2015

Ancient place built by Ahome King. about 15 kms from Sibsagar town. one of the famous attraction in Sibsagar. only Rs.5/- is the entry fee per person. and timing is morning 10 am to sunset time.During winter it closes early .

Thank seemona m
Dehradun, India
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Reviewed 7 May 2013

You will surely miss this if you are not take notice of the subway to Kareng Ghar.This is almost 12 kms from Sibasagar towards Balighat.When you come from Sibasagar take left turn after about 10 kms.The parking place is small.You have to climb 2 floors to have a complete view of the palace.A small but stiff climb awaits you which... More 

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Guwahati, India
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Reviewed 26 September 2012

The Tolatol Ghar is really a symbol of medieval Assamese engineering skills and extraordinary knowledge of nature-based construction materials. The Tolatol Ghar, true to its name, is a multi-storey colosseum that after so many hundreds of years still stands intact!

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Reviewed 21 December 2007

The Totatol Ghar is a true picture of how efficient the people of Assam were.It was the Palace Of the Ahom Kingdom in Assam, who ruled Assam for 600 years.The interior is designed in such a way that a person entering from one door would find it difficult to recognise the same door because of a whole number of similar... More 

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