“The Treasure House of Nature and Culture”
Assam with its capital Guwahati – the gateway to North East India is blessed with vast alluvial plains rich in forests and rolling tract of paddy and Tea. With its God talented scenic beauties makes it the treasure house of nature and culture. Dominated by the mighty River Brahmaputra, that becomes the lifeline of each Assamese, has sculptured out deep cradle of its birth.
The name Assam has been originated from the Ahoms, the people that dominated the land for 600 years. Assam has around 2472 lush tea gardens, numerous ethnic tribes, with their distinctive cultural and heritage. It is endowed with lush inexperienced forests, 5 National Parks, eighteen wild life sanctuaries with wider style of flora and fauna. The Tai Ahom royal remains in Sibsagar showcasing the golden age of Assam history.
Majuli the world’s largest River Island in Assam is become the wonderland for tourists visiting this part of India.
The capital town Guwahati is that the solely get thanks to the foremost components of North East India. It is the gateway to other seven states of North East India. Guwahati is well connected with Air and train. The folks here speak primarily Assamese, Bengali, Hindi, and English.
The wealthy folks content, the mighty River Brahmaputra, the golden Muga Silk of Sualkuchi ,the one horn Rhinoceros of Kaziranga park, the Kamakhya Temple of Guwahati, makes it the simplest vacation destination of North East India.
Getting there –
Nearest Airport- Lokapriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport well connected with all the major cities of India.
Nearest Railway station – Guwahati Railway Station
Popular attraction- Kamakhya Temple, Brahmaputra River, Kaziranga National Park, Tea Gardens etc
Best time to visit – August to May.