The land of “AHOMS”, Assam is state of pleasant contrasts and excitement. Each and every part of the state has something celestial and amazing diversity to offer. Journey through this magnificent land is bound to stir up your mind and stimulate you to see more, and learn more. To many the place is still a land of magic and ethereal. Some call it a green paradise. As the most vibrant part of the North Eastern States of India, Assam combines so many varied passions and beauties that one has to take a pause at least for its praise. People have always been drawn here. It is wonderful place to live in and to celebrate the colourful festivals of all seasons.


AThe ancient Pragjyotishpura - “the light of the east”, is situated on the banks of the mighty river Bhramhaputra surrounded by a ring of rolling hills. It is the premier city of North East India and gateway to this region. Guwahati is not only an important business and commercial centre, but also the cultural hub and educational nerve centre of North Eastern India, besides being a place of pilgrimage. For those who are religious minded, Guwahati can give them the spiritual touch. Kamakhya situated on the top of the Nilachal Hills is the famous seat of Tantric form of Hinduism.

Sight Seeing
Guwahati has much to offer, be it commercial convenience or natural beauty. From a range of markets like the Pan Bazaar, Fancy bazaar, Paltan bazaar, Beltola Bazaar, and Ganeshguri to numerous lakes and river beaches, Guwahati has it all.
Enjoy a boat ride on the Brahmaputra River or trek up any of the numerous hills that surround the city. If its religion that's your calling, Guwahati is renowned for one of the most revered temple in the country, The Kamakhya Devi Temple on Kamakhaya Hill. Other religious sites are Bhubaneshwari Temple, Shiva Temple, Navagraha Temple, and the Vashishtha Ashram.

Shopping Guwahati offers endless shopping opportunities to visitors. From curious and souvenirs of the north-east to branded clothes, ethnic handicrafts to handlooms, Guwahati provides you a fascinating shopping experience. Guwahati has many local markets and shopping centres in the main city area. Paltan Bazaar, Fancy Bazaar, GNB Road and Ulubari are the popular shopping areas of Guwahati. Visit the government emporiums in the city to buy local specialties of the state as well as north-east..

Legendary erstwhile kingdom of Sonitpur (Sonit-blood & Pur-land), Tezpur presents a brutal history of fierce battle and romance. The ruins and remains of Agnigarh depict the blossom of immortal love between Usha and Anirudha.

Dibrugarh Dibrugarh, district headquarters of Lakhimpur is surrounded by tea gardens, greenery and inhabited mostly by Bengalis. It is reputed as a commercial town. Located along the river Brahmaputra, Dibrugarh is sometimes referred to as the gateway to East Siang district of Arunachal Pradesh.

National Parks in Assam

Kaziranga National Park
This is Kaziranga National Park, where more than half of the world’s population of one-horned rhinoceros can be found. The Park boasts of the highest density of tiger population (nearly seventeen animals in every hundred square kilometers). Kaziranga can also be called the National Park of Giants. Today, Kaziranga is one of the biggest success stories of wildlife protection in the country. From twelve rhinos in 1908, Kaziranga had a whopping rhino population of 1200 by the turn of the century. However, the outer limit that the Park can sustain is 500.

Manas National Park
Manas is situated in Assam spread over an area of 391 sq km, earlier it was known as North Kamrup, declared as a sanctuary on December 01, 1928.

Nameri National Park
Nameri National Park covering an area of about 200sq. kms is located at the foothills of eastern Himalayas about 35km from Tezpur, the nearest town.

Orang National Park
Considered to be the mini-Kaziranga due to its natural setting and presence of River Bhramhaputra in the northern frontier.

Dibru - Saikhowa National Park
Dibru - Saikhowa is the largest national park of Assam, spread over an area of 650 sq. km. It is located at about 13 kms north of Tinsukia town and about 515 kms from and is bounded by the Brahmaputra river and Arunachal hills in the north and Dibru and Patkai hills on the south.

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