Kareng additionally called The Garhgaon Palace is positioned in Garhgaon 15 kilometers from Sivasagar, in Upper Assam, India. Of all Ahom ruins, the Kareng Ghar is one of the grandest examples of Ahom structure. The palace structures were manufactured from timber and stones. In 1751 Sunenphaa, son of Sukhrungphaa, constructed the brick wall of approximately 5 kilometers in period surrounding the Garhgaon Palace and the masonry gate leading to it.
After the destruction of the antique palace it changed into rebuilt round 1752 as the prevailing seven-storied shape by Suremphaa. After Sukhrungphaa's loss of life, the Kareng Ghar went via many architectural changes to its shape, which led to its abnormal shape. From east to west, numerous rooms run along a long hall and from north to south are smaller wings. The ground floor served as stables, keep rooms, and servants' quarters. The Kareng changed into built especially of wooden, which become largely destroyed over time. The royal apartments had been at the upper storey, of which only some rooms now remain, close to an octagonal room at the northern wing which as soon as served because the Puja Ghar. There are stairs leading as much as the terrace. An isolated room stands on the south which is believed to had been used by the queen during her confinement.