About Guwahati

Guwahati is a sprawling city beside the Brahmaputra River in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It’s known for holy sites like the hilltop Kamakhya temple, featuring shrines to the Hindu deities Shiva and Vishnu.
Kamakhya Temple

Kamakhya Temple also known as Kamrup Kamakhya is a Hindu temple dedicated to the mother goddess Kamakhya. It is one of the oldest of the 51 shakti pithas.
Srimanta Sankaradev Kalakshetra

Srimanta Sankaradev Kalakshetra commonly Kalakshetra is a cultural institution in the Panjabari area of Guwahati, Assam, named after the medieval poet-playwright and reformer Srimanta Sankardev. 
Assam State Zoo cum Botanical Garden

Assam State Zoo cum Botanical Garden is the largest of its kind in the North East region and it is spread across 432 acres. The zoo is located within the Hengrabari reserved forest at Guwahati.
Umananda Temple

Umananda Devaloi is a Shiva temple located at Peacock Island in the middle of the river Brahmaputra just opposite the office of the Deputy Commissioner of Kamrup or the Kachari ghat in Guwahati.
Assam State Museum

Assam State Museum is located in the heart of Guwahati city and exhibits rare collections of sculptures from the Assam, various periodicals, and journals.
Madan Kamdev

Madan Kamdev situated 30 km from Guwahati city and an archaeological site in Assam. The temple is known as Khajuraho of Assam and one of the most beautiful temples in Assam state.
Nehru Park

Nehru Park is a scenic, landscaped park featuring many flower gardens and sculptures, along with play areas for children.
Brahmaputra River Side

The waterway side is a majestic spot to view in the morning or amid the evenings with boats traveling between main Guwahati and North Guwahati. 
Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary

Home to the Great Indian one-horned rhino, Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary is situated in the Morigaon region of Assam. Gloating of the most number of Indian rhinos.

Located on the north bank of Brahmaputra, Sualkuchi is a weaver’s town that is known for its silk weaving. It was known as the Manchester of the East by the British.
Best Time To Visit

Guwahati has a subtropical climate, with warm to hot temperatures year-round. The mild and relatively dry months are November to February are a popular time to visit. Temperatures can be high from April to October and the monsoon season from June to September brings heavy rainfall. Thousands of Hindu devotees gather at Kamakhya Temple for the Ambubachi Mela, celebrating the annual menstruation of the goddess Devi Kamakhya.

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