History Rangpur, the former capital of the Ahom kingdom, 17th century Ahom ruler of heaven by Rudra Singha was established it by wood and other locally available material, a palace built in the city. Later, his successor Rajeshwar Singh added some more stories seven-storey in the palace. Three underground floors called collective Talatal home, while the upper four stories, is known as the Kareng Ghar,. Even today, seven-storey palace in Sibsagar district of Assam, stands proud and tall.
The palace was initially built when considering serving as being a military base with the Ahom kings. Apart from Kareng Ghar along with Talatal Ghar, it has two tunnel connecting Talatal Ghar and also the Gargaon Palace with all the Dikhow River. It was used as a possible emergency go out during battle. This part was afterwards blocked from the East Of India Company. Your entire palace, featuring a various locations, is interconnected by tiny articles. Built in the palace tend to be an octagonal-shaped forehead, three huge chambers, a shield room and also a hall having a huge courtyard having separate gates.
At present, tourists and visitors to certain sections of the ground floor and the upper floors can see. The underground floor has been completely closed. However, during recent excavations, the original construction of the building, indicating the use of these structures, were found in the palace burnt wooden logs, post hole, brick structures and the castle on the northern and western edges of the paths remains . In addition to this, it also has a fort and later excavation of soil surrounding a brick fortress palace, was there.
Once at the top (guns) have been found to be preserved in the castle Talatal home. In fact, the castle is located in a corner of the gunpowder and ammunition (Khar house) was there an entire warehouse. The ancient palace of the 17th century, today, mainly for its magnificent architectural structure and pattern, tourists from every corner of the world and a major attraction among researchers as functions. Assam’s rich cultural heritage you want to know more about, the fact is, this is a must for a visit to the castle.
Why was the underground floors sealed???