About Assam

Assam is known for its Assam tea and Assam silk. The state has conserved the one-horned Indian rhinoceros from near extinction, along with the wild water buffalo, pygmy hog, tiger, and various species of Asiatic birds, and provides one of the last wild habitats for the Asian elephant. The Assamese economy is aided by wildlife tourism to Kaziranga National Park and Manas National Park, which are World Heritage Sites. Sal tree forests are found in the state which, as a result of abundant rainfall, looks green all year round. Assam receives more rainfall than most parts of India; this rain feeds the Brahmaputra River, whose tributaries and oxbow lakes provide the region with a hydro-geomorphic environment.
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.
Bura Chapori Wildlife Sanctuary

Bura Chapori Wildlife Sanctuary is a protected area located in the state of Assam in India. The area was declared a Reserved forest in 1974, it became a sanctuary in 1995. It is considered to be an ideal habitat for the Bengal florican. It is a paradise for many migratory birds.
Mahabhairab Temple

Mahabhairab Temple, located atop a small hill in the northern part of Tezpur, is considered as a major landmark of this ancient city and contributes a lot to the magnetic charm and beauty of the place.
Hajo Powa Mecca

Powa Mecca means the one-fourth of original Mecca 1/4 is known as Powa in the Assamese, which is an Islamic holy place in Saudi Arabia.
Hayagriva Madhava Temple

Hayagriva Madhava Temple is situated on the Monikut hill. The hill is situated in Hajo of Assam which is around 30 km to the west of Guwahati. The present temple structure was constructed by the King Raghudeva Narayan in 1583.
Gymkhana Club

Gymkhana Club is a sports venue located in Jorhat, Assam. The club was built in 1876 by D. Slimmons. The club has been a venue for horse races, lawn tennis grass courts, swimming pool, billiards, polo, golf, cricket, etc. ever since its inauguration
Tocklai Tea Research Centre

Tocklai Tea Research Centre is one of the largest and the oldest tea research stations in the world, where research on all kinds of tea cultivation and processing is carried out. 

Garamur Satra is one of the royal satras of Majuli Island. It is considered a prominent holy site and was established in the year 1656 AD by Jayaharideva.

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.

Sualkuchi is a census town in Kamrup district in the Indian state of Assam. It is situated on the north bank of the river Brahmaputra, about 35 km from Guwahati, Sualkuchi is a block of Kamrup District.

Hajo is an ancient pilgrimage center for three religions Hindus, Buddhists, and Muslims. It lies on the banks of the Brahmaputra River, 24 km from the city of Guwahati in the Kamrup district of Assam.

Tezpur is the headquarters of the centrally located Sonitpur district in Assam. Mythologically known as Sonitpur, Tezpur is famous as a seat of Assamese culture. Located on the northern bank of the river Brahmaputra, 180 km north-east of Guwahati, Tezpur overlooks the beautiful snow peaks of the Himalayas throughout the winter. Several ancient sites such as Bamuni hills, Hazara tank, Da-Parbatia Gate, Mahabhairab temple, Bhairabi Temple, Agnigarh, etc. in and around Tezpur are worth visiting.

Jorhat, the last capital of Ahom Kingdom, is the home of Sattras of medieval times. The city is a mix of vibrant traditional and modern culture. Tea plantation of the city attracts many tourists, who are looking for authentic taste and new flavors. 

Majuli is a picturesque island within the mighty Brahmaputra river, in the Indian state of Assam. It is the largest riverine island in the world, but as it is slowly eaten away, it may soon disappear. Given its size and location, the island is a biodiversity hotspot and an offbeat tourist destination. It specifically attracts birding aficionados as its fertile floodplains and highly productive wetlands provide an ideal habitat for a plethora of resident and migratory birds, up to 260 species.

Sivasagar, previously spelled Sibsagar, is a city in the Sivasagar district of Assam, about 360 km northeast of Guwahati. It is the headquarters of the Sivasagar district. This city is surrounded by the Dehing rainforest, where the mighty Dihing and Lohit rivers meet. It is well known for its Ahom palaces and monuments. Sivasagar today is also an important center for the tea and oil industries. 
North Cachar Hills

North Cachar Hill is adoringly described by the visitors as Switzerland of the East. North Cachar Hills is a district garlanded by hills this dreamland of the north-east is an unending saga of undulating hills and valleys, gently flowing streams and waterfalls, where the very breeze that wafts across the paddy fields and the bamboo forests is redolent with the fragrance of the land in which man and animal live in perfect harmony with nature.
Best Time To Visit

It is called as Land of Mystery and Magic, Land of Red River and Blue Hills, or A Travelers’ Paradise whatever you may call it, Assam is definitely a nature lover's ultimate travel destination. There are 4 distinct seasons in the state - summer, monsoon, spring, and winter. Summer starts from mid-May and has high humidity and rainfall. This is followed by the monsoons during June when there are heavy showers and thunderstorms, called Bordoicella, which mark the afternoons. Spring and autumn have moderate temperatures and rainfall, whereas winter starts from October and lasts till February. Weather changes might be seen in Assam regionally, For instance, the plains of Assam have a tropical climate, with high humidity and the hills have a sub-alpine climate. However, the basic climatic conditions remain the same throughout the state. In general, the best time to visit Assam is from October to April which is also the festive season of Assam.

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