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Charaideo

Charideo is the old capital which was built by Sukapha, the founder of the Ahom dynasty. Though later the capital of the Ahom kingdom has moved many times, Charaideo remained the symbolic center. It contains 42 sacred burial vaults (Maidams) of Ahom kings and queens and is also the place of ancestral Gods of the Ahoms.
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CHABUA 102 Km 01H 42m
BORJHAR 402 Km 06H 28m
Rowriah 81 Km 01H 26m
Dibrugarh Town 86 Km 01H 26m
Guwahati 384 Km 06H 08m
Jorhat
Simaluguri Junction 1 Km 00H 01m
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Summer 15 °C 28 °C
Winter 7 °C 18 °C
Charaideo has a pleasant climate. Summers are not too hot. In winter some times the mercury dips below 10 degree C. May - September experiences heavy rains.
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