Sibsagar is a city in the Sivasagar District of Assam, around 360 kilometers 224 mi upper east of Guwahati. It is the home office of the Sivasagar region. This city is encompassed by the Dehing rainforest, where the relentless Dihing Brahmaputra and Lohit waterways meet. It is notable for its Ahom royal residences and landmarks. Sivasagar today is likewise a vital place for the tea and oil enterprises.
Consistent with the attitude of the photo postcard landscape, the tall-stretched 104 feet 31 m high arch of the Shivadol Shiva Temple ascends into see as one methodologies Sibsagar. The 250-year-old Sibsagar Tank developed by Queen Madambika is said to have a water level that stands higher than the encompassing ground despite the fact that it is arranged right amidst the town.
Siberian transitory ducks come the distance here to spend the winter a long time in this stretch of water and feathered creatures shudder around in extensive numbers as guests advance toward the group of three sanctuaries the Shivadol, Devidol and Vishnudol - along the street evading the tank. One intriguing truth is that at Vishnudol, committed to Lord Vishnu, there is a Shiva lingam in the sanctum sanctorum, which is irregular fans are regularly supporters of either Vishnu or Shiva, not both.