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These ruins go back a 1000 years and are traced to the Kachari rulers who ruled this part of the north eastern hills of Assam. They are located in the heart of Dimapur town. But the town’s roads are so bad that reaching them is...More
Located well within the city adjacent to Super Market, the site is maintained by Archeology Survey of India.
There is no sign board to educate visitor about the profile of this place.
Locals remain indifferent and sometimes.....even amused as to why someone should be keen...More
Kachari Ruins – Archeological Site – Dimapur, Nagaland.
Near Railway Station, Dimapur, India
Dimapur is the biggest city in Nagaland and is the business center of the state in North East India.
Attractions in and around Dimapur include the Green Park, Diezephe Craft Village, Rangapahar...More
My first view on reaching here was that the roads in Dimapur were much more in ruins than these structures. The auto waalas did not know it at as Kachari ruins but as Rajbaari. If you tell them the place where Pandavas placed Gotiya/chess they...More
Not very well maintained BUT there is a majesty to these carved rocks ..... Dimapur is a dusty , gritty Town - every body is SO busy that looking after this legacy doesn't seem to be happening ... Worth a look .... quite difficult to...More
While in Nagaland I wanted to see these ruins. It required an effort to be there as Dimapur is notorious for traffic jams and people missing their flights. This week I was in Kohima and on way back I decided to see these ruins. As...More
Yes. Actually the ‘park’ is just a compound encompassing the structures. It is unkempt and overgrown with weeds & grass. When I visited it, the iron gate was open and unguarded, and it was possible to walk in and out. They... More
Yes. Actually the ‘park’ is just a compound encompassing the structures. It is unkempt and overgrown with weeds & grass. When I visited it, the iron gate was open and unguarded, and it was possible to walk in and out. They did not display any entrance ticket requirement or opening or closing time.