Maibang is a town and a town area committee in Dima Hasao district in the Indian state of Assam. Maibang is also one of the three sub-divisions of Dima Hasao District. It was once the capital of the Dimasa Kachari Kingdom. Etymologically, the name comes from two Dimasa words 'Mai' and 'Bang', meaning "plenty of rice" (Mai means food grains and Bang means plenty). Situated of stone house of Dimasa king. Maibang was the capital of the erstwhile Dimasa kingdom, from the 16th to 18th century. The ruins of the kingdom can still be found on the eastern bank of Mahur, south of Maibang and other parts of Dima Hasao district. Among them the most popular is "Stone House" (In Dimasa it is called "Longthai ni Noh") situated on the bank of Mahur River on south Maibang. Rajbari: ruins of city of the Kachari Kingdom, on the south side of Maibang Ek Patthar Ghar: an monolithic ancient Indian temple from the 12th century with two roofs Maibang Waterfalls: Maibang has several water falls around the city

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