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Kachari ruins are situated in Dimapur, the ancient Kachari capital. It is one of the important sites of megalithic culture. Most of the ruins appear to be contemporaneous with the Kachari civilization. Though the Kacharis are predominantly Non-Aryan with elaborate rituals and the cult of fertility, there are evidences of a touch of Hindu influence on most of them.


Dimapur contains ruins of temples, reservoirs and other monuments of which the most notable are their monolithic structures. The monoliths represent the elaborate rituals of the cult of fertility. The beautifully executed entrances to these monuments is in pristine condition even now. Blocks of stone and brick pieces with various designs that lie scattered, still reveal the artistry. The North East Zone Cultural Center, which is about 3 km from the Dimapur railway station has a small well-maintained museum showcasing the cultural heritage of the Northeast.

October 24, 2009


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