Sivasagar Sivadol is a collection of systems comprising three Hindu temples of Sivadol, Vishnudol and Devidol shrines, and a museum. These are placed at the banks of the Sivasagar the ocean of the god Shiva tank, additionally known as the Borpukhuri tank, in the heart of Sivasagar, inside the Indian state of Assam. The tank changed into constructed between 1731 and 1738 and the temples were built in 1734 by means of Bar Raja Ambika, queen of Ahom king Swargadeo Siba Singha 1714 to 1744 the height of the Sivadol dol way temple in Assamese is 104 ft and the perimeter is 195 toes at the base.
It is topped with an 8-foot excessive golden-dome. Sivsagar, contemporary Sivasagar, changed into the capital of Ahom nation. The Ahoms had migrated from South China in 1228 and set up their first capital at Charaideo 28 kilometers from cutting-edge Sivsagar in 1253. Initially they had been Buddhists, although Hinduism came to be triumphant. It becomes the capital of the Ahom Kingdom till the British Raj becomes installed in India. The tank becomes constructed between 1731 and 1738 and the temples had been built in 1734 by means of Bar Raja Ambika, queen of Ahom king Swargadeo Siba Singha.