Truly there are places to visit that you would
have been thrilled to realize that places like the surya Parhar even existed,it
is a relatively downside located near Goalpara in Assam.
is said to be having quite a lot archeological recovery’s.
also u can refer to it as a real dig deep, which
can be referred to as the hill of the sun in English.
This tells us that the site was imbibed with the
sun and its worship.
There are treasured artifacts kept in a museum
located at about 12kms the south eastern part of Goalpara.
so when we talk about ancient discoveries such as
the hill of the sun its can only be traced to Assamese
there are now only the ruins and void of it
located at the place although we have local vendors checking in often, the site
is a hilly slope zone thats dotted with thousands of Shivalingas
its said to have a significant holding as the
history behind the three major religious practice, Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism,
relics that have been proven by amalgams of this religious practice, having the
writeups and articles
The great sage Vyasa Prahar laid the foundation
for the place by dotting it with 99,999 shiva lingams through on the face of
the mountains which as ever since been part of the towns civilization.
The city is a major trade city with major routes
It has a great status for reputation having been
the amalgamation of the three religions Hinduism Buddhism and Jainism.
Some research finders have said the Sri Suraya
pahar was the seat of the Pragjyotish kingdom and not of Guwahati.
To confirm historical thesis many strips of cut
rock antiques and carved rocks and also 25 stupas were found with the duties as
proof of the presence of the three religions.
Jainism didn’t have a strong preference in the north east asides it’s presence
in suyar pahar.
visiting Surya Parhar
Try not to spook the monkeys as there are many of
reach Surya Parhar
There are buses and trains available to take you
where you want to go any day anytime.