Sivasagar Region, formerly known as Sibsagar, is one of 34 districts in the state of Assam in northeastern India. The city of Sivasagar is the administrative center of this region. The Sivasagar region was created after the overthrow of Purandar Singha of northern Assam in 1839. The Sadar headquarters in Sivasagar was transferred to Jorhat in 1912-13. The old undivided Sivasagar region has three sections, namely Sivasagar, Jorhat, and Golghat. In 1983, Sivasagar district was reorganized to record Jorhat district. It was relocated on August 15, 1987, to form the Golgotha district.
It is well-known for its Ahom palaces and monuments. Sivasagar today is also an important center for the tea and oil industries. Sivasagar, formerly known as Rangpur, was the capital of the Ahom Empire from 1699 to 1788.
Its total area is 2668 km2.
There are 2 phases in this region.
There are 136 total districts in the region.
There are a total of 1 city in the region.
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