Lying on the outskirts of Panipat, Assandh is a historically important site that is situated in Karnal district. The main attraction is a 2,000-year-old Buddhist stupa, which is considered to be one of the tallest in the country. The ruins of this stupa are visited by history and archaeology lovers from all parts of India. Standing 25 m high, the stupa has a diameter of 75 m and has been raised on an earthen platform. Constructed with red bricks, it is even bigger than the popular Sanchi Stupa. Historians suggest that the bricks used in its construction have a width of more than two ft, which indicates that the monument is more than two-centuries old. Assandh holds immense archaeological significance and visiting the ancient stupa makes for a truly fascinating experience.

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