Welcome to the north eastern India. Assam is the land of wooded hills and vales. With Brahmaputra river meandering through, sprawling tea gardens, enticing songs and dances, fine silks, the state is a must on the itinerary of international as well as Indian tourists. Also known as the land of the Red River, the Brahmaputra, and the Blue Hills; Assam offers awesome panoramic beauty with its exceptional flora and fauna, lofty
green hills, boundless rolling plains, strong waterways and verdant deciduous forests. Assam is identified by its Bihu songs and dances, the Kaziranga Wild Life Sanctuary where the rare one-horned rhinoceros roams at will and silks such as paat and muga which rank amongst the finest in the world. The states tea, which finds its way to millions of homes all over the globe and the Shrine of Kamakhya which, draws thousands of devotees every year.
Nearby Places to Visit
Embrace the Local Culture in SualKuchi
Sualkuchi is a weaver’s town located on the north bank of Brahmaputra and is known as Manchester of East for its silk production. But if you think this is some cottage industrial town near Guwahati, let the vivid images of silk mekhela prove you wrong. Not only you will fall in love with the woven art this town is famous for, but the landscapes of this town are equally bewitching. Come November, the town is decorated with festivities. Do not miss the Raas Mahotsav which happens here every November.
Assam State Zoo
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