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Cachari Ruins Khaspur

Thaligram Road, Nayagram, Assam 788031, India

Notable Architectures
Old Ruins

About Cachari Ruins Khaspur

The Kachari kingdom was a powerful kingdom ruled by the Dimasa King. The Dimasa kachari kingdom and others that developed in the wake of the Kamarupa kingdom were led by chieftains of indigenous communities of Assam and are examples of indigenous state formations in Medieval Assam. Remnants of the Dimasa kingdom lingered until the advent of the British, and this kingdom gave its name to two districts in Assam: Cachar and North Cachar Hills.



Attractions near Cachari Ruins Khaspur

Language Martyr's Memorial18.88km from Cachari Ruins Khaspur

A martyr's tomb, known as the Shahid Minar was erected in Silchar in the memory of the martyrs. This tomb stone shelter the ashes of the braves who chose death for their right to get formal education in their mother tongue in their free country. In 2011, Gopa Dutta Aich unveiled a bronze bust of Kamala Bhattacharya in the premises of the Chhotelal Seth Institute under the initiative of Shahid Kamala Bhattacharya Murti Sthapan Committee.

Indoor Stadium24.73km from Cachari Ruins Khaspur

Satindra Mohan Dev Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium situated at Silchar, Assam. It was earlier known as the District Sports Association Stadium. After extensive upgrade of facilities, it was renamed after the father of Sri Santosh Mohan Dev. The stadium is used for football and cricket and has a capacity of around 30,000

Haflong26.48km from Cachari Ruins Khaspur

Haflong is a town and headquarters of Dima Hasao in India in the state of Assam. It is the only hill station in Assam. Haflong is a Dimasa word meaning ant hill.

Barak waterfalls45.72km from Cachari Ruins Khaspur

Being one of the most visited attractions in Tamenglong, the Barak Waterfalls is a must visit which accompanies seven other waterfalls that are located at a close range adding beauty to the place. Also, the Barak river that flows is a major source of irrigation and water to the locals of the district. The locals of Tamenglong and the tourists visiting the place can easily spend quality time by day picnicking on the banks of the river which is the best way to spend a holiday.

Son Beel57.27km from Cachari Ruins Khaspur

The beautiful and mesmerizing lake, Son Beel also called as Shon Bill is one of the largest lakes of Southern Assam’s Karimganj district. The most amazing thing about Son Beel is that it becomes a farm land for rice cultivation during winter till March and then the land fills with water and becomes a lake. The less depth of the lake makes it overflow during rainy season and the water meets Kushira River through Kakra River and flows to Bangladesh.

Tuirial Dam64.65km from Cachari Ruins Khaspur

Tuirial dam is an earth fill and gravity dam on the River Sonai near Kolasib in the state of Mizoram in India. The primary purpose of the dam is hydroelectric power production. The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs approved the 60 MW Tuirial Hydro Electric Project .project costing Rs 913 crore in 2010. The Project was inaugurated by Narendra Modi on 16 December 2017.

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Cachar is an administrative district in the state of Assam in India. It makes up the Barak Valley alongside Hailakandi and Karimganj. Karimganj was also previously part of the Greater Sylhet region before the Partition of India.