Da—Parbatia Ruins, Tezpur

This site is famous for the magnificient doorframe having images of river Goddesses Ganga and Yamuna of the gihest artistic merit. The remains are ascribed to an ancient temple of brick and stone masonry oriented in east-west direction. The most noteworthy feature of the temple is its doorframe, the stylistic features show a close affinity with the art tradition of the Gupta rulers and the doorframe accordingly may be placed around circa 5th century CE. Over the ruins of the ancient temple, remains of a brick temple of the Ahom period can be found.

Source: Directorate of Archaeology Assam