• Thu. Oct 21st, 2021

Malegarh One Of The Unknown Tourist Place Of Assam

Malegarh located on the India-Bangladesh Border at Latu in Karimganj district of Assam. It is a place where the brave soldiers who sacrificed their lives during the 1857 mutiny were cremated here.

May be an image of monument and text that says "MALEGARH THIS MONUMENT SEPOY UPRISING OF 1857 WHEN GHITT- AGONG GOMPRISING UP ARMS AGAINST THE BRITISH GOLONIAL COLLECTOR'S OFFICE.DECAMPED WITHR 78,267k FREED PRISONERS. FREEDOM FIGHTERS UNDER COMMANDOF SUBEDAR AYODHYA SINGH MARCHED FROM SYLHET AND TRIED ENTER CACHHAR THROUGH LATU. RECEIVING THIS SYLHET LIGHT INFANTRY UNDER COMMAND MAJOR CORKHA RIFLES ONFRONTED ABOVE MALEGARH HILL KILLED MAJOR BYING A.26FREEDON FIGHTER THIS BATTLE HILLOCK DECEMBER FIVE DIER MALE THEIRLIVES"

About more than 50 soldiers who lost their lives in the revolt and thus this place will once again help you visit the glorious past of our country.

May be an image of tree, monument and text that says "MALEGARH WAR MEMORIAL"
May be an image of outdoors and tree

Before the Independence of India, this place is under Sylhet district of Bangladesh,

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