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For a brief introduction, Assam is a State in the Northeastern region of India, a south Asian country.Assam, the gateway to North-East India, is a state endowed with bewitching scenic beauty. Assam, the land of red river and blue hills,lies in the heart of the north-eastern zone of the Indian sub-continent. The mighty Brahmaputra iver that flows rapidly to merge later with the Ganga on its way to the Bay of Bengal.Resembling the shape of a peacock, the Umananda Island in the Kamrup district is also known as the ‘Peacock Island’. Surrounded by the mighty Brahmaputra on all the sides, it is the smallest river island in Assam and is a pure delight for activities like picnic, leisure day outing and much more. It can be easily reached from the mainland of Guwahati on boats and ferries and the biggest river island in the world, Majuli is located on the river Brahmaputra in Assam.

Mājuli has been the cultural capital of Assamese civilisation since the 16th century; based on written records describing the visit of Srimanta Sankardeva - a 16th-century social reformer.










Assam, the land of the one-horned rhinoceros can be easily seen in the national parks of Assam. The natural beauty of Assam is one of the most fascinating in the country with evergreen forests, majestic rivers, rich landscape, lofty green hills, lush grassy plains, rarest flora and fauna, beautiful islands and many more things that  one can cherish as visitor.

Assam, the land of mother Goddess Kamakhya, a temple named after most revered Goddess.With the Mother Goddess Kamakhya is the main deity, this pious temple is one of the 51 Shakti Pithas. Situated atop the Nilachal Hill in Guwahati, this 8th century temple is a prime pilgrimage center for the Hindus and is visited by millions of devotees every year.

The state is also famous for its colourful fairs & festivals and its rich culture.Popularly called the ‘Manchester of Assam’, Sualkuchi is the home to some of the finest silk producing units in the country. The silks used in the colourful Assamese attires are majorly crafted from Sualkuchi silks. Not only silk, this town is also known for its mixed diversity and pictorial beauty.If you are drinking a cup of the finest quality tea anywhere in the world,that is in Assam. Assam is known for its finest blends of tea leaves and is also the largest tea producing state in the world.









Moreover, the humbleness, simplicity and hospitality of the people residing here add a grace to the beauty of this magical valley, making it unique in itself and not only this each place of this mystical valley has somethings celestial and astonishing to offer. Your visit to Assam will never be complete without the taste of Khar and Bhoot Jolokia (Ghost Chilly)! The most authentic and traditional meal in the Assamese cuisine, Khar is made from ‘Amita’ (papaya) or the burnt skin of banana. The Bhoot Jolokia pickle just fits into any of the dishes as an appetizer!Without foods, the Assamese culture is just like the sea without the tides. Be it any celebrations, festivals or any occasions, Assamese people takes in the delight of several authentic and traditional delicacies. While in Assam, do not forget to sample roasted Duck and Masor Tenga (sour fish curry) and pamper your taste buds!As the winters are knocking at the doors, it is time to chomp on the traditional ‘Axomiya Tamulpaan’ and beat the frostiness of the winter! Tamulpaan comprises of areca nuts served with betel leaves along with a touch of lime. A symbol of respect of honour, Tamulpaan is offered after every meal and in every Assamese family. Celebrated thrice in a year, Bihu is mainly celebrated to welcome the different seasons and appreciate their offerings. Enjoyed throughout the state with immense joy and vigour, this festival stands as a testimony to the universal brotherhood, peace and love that exist in every corner of the state. Folk or authentic music, colourful attires, delicious foods, joy and merriment fills in the ambience during the auspicious celebration of Bihu.   

AMAZING ASSAM

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