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Posted by : BIPUL KALITA on | Jul 15,2014

Guwahati:The capital city of Assam is Guwahati and it also is the most important and busy place in North East. It is one the regions good tourists spot because of its easy accessibility and availability of all needs that tourists need. The Kamkhya temple, of which the picture we have below, is one very interesting and sacred tourist sight. Other than that we have Dighali Pukhuri, Shankardev Kala Shetra are many other temples too,Hajo is in a district called Kamrup on the banks of river Brahmaputra. Guhwahati is just 24 km away. This place is a mixture of Islam, Buddhism and Hinduism and has many ancient and medieval temples as well as mosques. This proves the unity diversity we have in our country. The two most famous part of entire Hajo is Hayagrib Madhab which has relics of Lord Buddha and Poa Mecca, a mosque built by Pir Giasuddin,Kaziranga National Park is one the World’s famous heritage site. Anyone visiting Assam, must come to the park which is most famous for its one honored rhinos and tigers. It is a well protected and conserved zoo and was declared to be a Tiger Reserve. The park also has an increasing number of elephants, wild buffalos, birds, etc,Sibsagar is a place which is popular for Ahom Palaces and Monuments. It is a district in Assam which is leading in tea and oil production. The name Sibsagar is derived from a magnificent tank. There are many historical sites, Rang Ghar, Kareng Gharm, Shiva Temple, etc. in this place and it is easily accessible by just a bus from Guwahati,Cherrapunjee High above misty valleys and foaming rivers, ensconced in swirling clouds and perched on an escarpment, lies Cherrapunji (4,500 feet). This is a stunning location and the year-round rain earned Cherrapunji coveted entry long ago into the Guinness Book of World Records as the wettest place on earth, the place where the rainfall can be recorded in feet rather than in millimeters.Cherrapunji is perhaps the only place in India, which has just one season: the monsoon. The rainfall varies from heavy to medium to light, but there is no month without rain. Another surprising fact about Cherrapunji is that it rains mostly at night. Day-to-day activity is not really disrupted by the rain,visit with us A beautiful North East,india,edit by KALITA TOURS AND TRAVELS,Assam

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