Kailashahar was the ancient capital of the Tripuri kingdom. Its history is associated with Unakoti, noted for its 7th - 9th century AD stone and rock cut images. A Shiva disciple, who started the Tripurabda (Tripuri Calendar), prayed for Lord Shiva in Chhambulnagar village on the banks of the Mau river. It is speculated that Chhambulnagar, which is mentioned in Rajmala, was situated near Unakoti Hill.
Marshy area fed by water of two streams namely, Jarail Cherra and Bagua Cherra, the water courses of the streams has met in the center of the field. It is said that 17 Moslems (Mia) was crossing this big water land by boat and their boats sank in the water, since then the area was known as Sateramiar Hawar, earlier it was full of aquatic trees. In winter swarms of migratory birds from Siberia visit this place.
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Founded in the year 1981 on the occasion of Shivachaturdashi. There is an Eco-Kid park, temple of god Shiva and an idol of Lord Buddha near the Bhabatarini Temple. Thousands of pious people from all over the region visit the temple during Shiva Chaturdashi and Kali Puja.
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