Asm: হাত্তিগড় hāttigaṛa
‘Elephant Fort’ [Gajpur].Village, Assam
From Asm/Hin: hāthī, ‘elephant’; and gaṛh, ‘fort’.
Hatigarh literally means a fort or a rampart (garh) for confining elephants (hati).
The Ahom king, Suklingphaa (1795–1811 CE), used this site (close to the growing city of Jorhat).
It’s not much of a fort now, more a village.