Shivsagar is located in a city, eastern Assam state, northeast India. This town is located on the banks of Brahmaputras assistant Looku. Shivsagar is located in the East-Northeast, about 50 km from Jorhat. Shivdola is the tallest temple dedicated to Lord Shiva on the banks of Shivsagar lake. It was built in 1734 by the Queen of Ahom King Swargdev Siba Singh. Located at a height of 195 feet from the surface, this temple is considered to be the highest Shiva temple.
2. Navagraha Temple, Assam
Navagraha means - nine planets. Navagraha Temple is situated on the picturesque hill. Nine Shivaling has been established inside the temple to show nine planets. Every shivaling is covered with different colors. It is believed that the Navagraha Temple was built in the 18th century during the reign of Ahom King Rajeshwar Singh and later his son Rudra Singh or Sukharongfa. In 1897, a large part of the temple was destroyed in the terrible earthquake that struck in this area. However, it was reconstructed later with the help of iron sheets. It is believed that the origin of Gujahatis old name Pragjyotishpur is due to the astronomical and astrological center located in the temple. Silpurkhari pond made in the temple premises is also a major attraction here. This pond is filled throughout the year. This temple is well connected to other parts of the city.
3. Kamakhya and Bhubaneswarv Temple, Assam
Famous Kamakhya as the Shakti temple is situated on the elevation of Nilanchal mountain. From here the stream of yesterdays river of Brahmaputra looks very sweet. Kamakhya Temple is located 8 kilometers from Guwahati Railway Station. Chandragupta had set up a pillar here.
4. Kamakhya Temple, Assam
The Kamakhya Temple in Guwahati is one of the most famous pilgrim centres in the country. Unable to go to Assam, devotees visit kamakhya temple in Varanasi.