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"You can never change the past, all you can do is learn from it" - Time, Alice Through The Looking Glass.
The then House of Entertainment, now a famous tourist spot, might loose it's lambency as time passes but it cannot erase the Rang Ghar's artistry which leaves us in awe everytime.The air that blows in Sibsagar, hitting against your skin, narrates a tale; burrowing from the pages of ahom history. Study of history is incomplete without paying a visit to this historical town, amidst the lane of Ahom history Rang Ghar stands tall, bragging the pride of oldest surviving amphitheaters.
Sculpted in Ahom symbolic architecture, it was constructed with ethnic paste of rice and eggs as mortar for their construction, a pulses called Maati Maah and a fish named Borali Mach in Assamese, instead of Cement.
It was an royal pavilion for the Ahom king to watch games and sports.
Even today, on Rongali Bihu, young lad and lass cladded in ethnic dance to the beats of dhul at the courtyard, which is witnessed by hundred of spectators. Hundred of visitors, from across the country comes to witness this ethnic historical building every year.
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