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Stone Bridge

Jowai Muktapur road, Jowai, India
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Ignored historical marvel

It's quite curious to wonder abouthow these huge slabs were cut and then placed to form bridges... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
devenkhawash
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An excellent piece of stone work from old times

We came across this stone bridge while driving to the Krang Suri Falls, its very next to the road... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
sunnykhawash
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1 week ago
“Ignored historical marvel”
26 Apr 2017
“amazing bridge”
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Jowai Muktapur road, Jowai, India
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

It's quite curious to wonder abouthow these huge slabs were cut and then placed to form bridges. Some ancient proof of architecture in the region for the kings to transport elephants and horses.

Thank devenkhawash
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We came across this stone bridge while driving to the Krang Suri Falls, its very next to the road so we decided to stop and I was quite amused on how perfectly shaped stone slabs were used to make this bridge. What kind of techniques...More

Thank sunnykhawash
Reviewed 26 April 2017

i was told by local villager how during old days kings used this bridge for elephants to cross , really very strong bridge

Thank TravellersofGuwahati
Reviewed 30 December 2012

This is definitely one of the good things to see right on the Jowai-Amlarem Road. This is an old historic stone bridge used by the Jaintia Rajas to cross while travelling from their Summer Capital in Nartiang to their Winter Capital in Jaintiapur (now in...More

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