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Timings : 8:00 AM to 7:00 PM

Time Required : 1-2 hours

Entry Fee : Free

Magolu Khat , Jorhat Overview

A historical site created by the King Rajeshwar Sinha, the Magolus or the Manipuris were built after he got married to the Manipuri princess, Kuranganayani. This attraction was thus, built as a symbol of love and what a king can do for his significant other. Even though in ruins today, Magolu Khat is definitely worth a visit. 

This place was built decades ago and not a lot of people visit this attraction. Nevertheless, this place has its own beauty for it represents the relationship between the two states, Assam and Manipur. Till date, the memoirs and aura of the love between King Rajeshwar Sinha and princess Kuranganayani prevail on this site, making Magolu Khat a majestic attraction in its own way. So for those who are interested in Assamese and Manipuri history and culture, this attraction should definitely be on their list when in Jorhat.

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Magolu Khat is open for visitors on all days from 8:00 AM to 7:00 PM. There is no entry fee for this attraction and visitors can see it for free.

How To Reach Magolu Khat

Magolu Khat is located around 6 kilometres from Jorhat. The closest railway station to this attraction is Jorhat Railway Station and visitors can easily take a taxi, bus, auto-rickshaw or a cab to Magolu Khat.

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