Sukapha samannay kshetra

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    Location: AT Road, Mohbondha Rd, Jorhat, Assam 785006, India

    Estimated Visiting Time: 2 to 3 hours

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    There are people who want to know about ancient history and want to experience the memorable past of how ancient people lived their lifestyle. If you are one of them, we got a perfect place for you where you will get all the knowledge about the Ahom Kingdom who ruled for more than six hundred years. Sukapha samannay kshetra is a memorial that was built in the memory of the first King of Assam, Sukaphaa. The memorial was situated near Mohbandha near Jorhat and Dergaon.

    Sukapha was the first Ahom King of Assam. He was the founder of Ahom Kingdom. The kingdom continued for nearly six hundred years.


    The kshetra has become one of the main tourist spots in Jorhat. The memorial is highly attractive by people who are interested in history. Visiting the place people will know all things about the Ahom Kingdom. This kingdom continued for more than six hundred so there are lots of mysterious things to know about them. The memorial is a perfect place to visit with children and loved ones. The place is so calm and everything is so neat and clean that the atmosphere makes visitors feel good.


    View of Sukapha Samannay Kshetra.

    Sukapha was a Thai prince, he came to the region crossing the Parkai range. He was the main person who took the initiative for the unification of tribal and non-tribal people of that region. And he was the first Ahom King of Assam. He was the founder of the Ahom Kingdom. The kingdom continued for nearly six hundred years. Sukapha samannay kshetra was built to highlight Sukapha’s memories and his remarkable leadership.

    Inside/Outside Views

    Beautiful sunset view.

    Inside the kshetra, there is a large entrance gate. The walls of the memorial have amazing carvings of the posture of people of the Ahom dynasty. The total area of this kshetra is quite large and is decorated with many flowering plants. Inside the building of the memorial, there is a large statue of King Sukapha. Besides the area of the kshetra, there is a large museum. In the museum, there is stuff that expresses the lifestyles of the Ahom Kingdom. It includes their clothing and wearing, brief about their weddings, eating habitats instruments used in the wars, etc.

    Opening Hours

    The visiting time of the kshetra is from 9:30 am to 4:30 pm.

    Entry & Others Fees

    The entry fee of this kshetra is Rs.10 for adults.

    Near Restaurants

    Also, there are many restaurants around the Sukapha samannay kshetra.

    How to Reach

    By Road: The kshetra is only 15.1 km away from Jorhat city. Visitors will get a bus, car, or cab easily to reach the destination. It will take approximately 32 minutes to reach the memorial.

    By Railway: Jorhat Town is the nearest railway station of the kshetra. The memorial is 16.8 km away from the station. It will take approximately 39 minutes to reach the memorial by taxi or cab.

    By Airport: The nearest airport of the kshetra is the Jorhat Airport which is 17.4 km away from the memorial. It will take around 37 minutes to reach the memorial from the airport.

    Tips for Travellers

    • Take a small bag where you can carry your essential things.
    • Carry a water bottle.
    • Carry a notepad.
    • It may take some time to visit this place. So, be careful about time.


    Que-01: Is this place safe to visit?

    Ans: Yes, it is safe to visit the kshetra. Many visitors from all around the world pay a visit to the memorial.

    Jalukanibari Police Station

    Que-02: Is photography allowed in this place?

    Ans: Yes, photography is allowed in the kshetra. But photography and videography are not allowed inside the museum of this kshetra.

    What is the best time to visit the kshetra?

    The best time to visit the kshetra is during the winter. At that time the weather remains pleasant and it is the perfect time to visit. So visitors should visit between the months of October to March.

    How many days the kshetra remains open in a week?

    The kshetra remains open six days a week. It is closed on Monday.

    We wish you all the best for your journey. Happy Travel!!!

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