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      Assam

      Guwahati is one of the most famous cities in Assam that is visited by tourists wishing to explore the essence of Northeast India. The city caters to travelers with different demands with its choice of accommodation, activities and sightseeing. Guwahati is among the top priorities for the visitors.

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      Far, far away in the land of North East is a utopia where you will find the most exotic wildlife living in harmony. Manas National Park, Assam is the only place to be distincted as biosphere reserve, a natural heritage site, Project Tiger Reserve, and Project Elephant Reserve all at the same time.

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      On the shoulder of the awesome Assam sits this beautiful land called Dibrugarh. Located in North - East corner of the world renowned tea - state of India, Dibrugarh has a Subtropical Monsoon type of climate.

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      If you’re a foodie who loves to travel then Assam food would be something you must definitely tick off your bucket list. The Assam cuisine has a distinct flavour that is marked by Bengali influence and consists of a delicate taste that would make anyone go gaga thanks to the choicest herbs and fresh fruits and vegetables that are used in the dishes. So if you’re traveling to Assam or just wanna try it at an authentic Assamese restaurant, these are the best dishes to go for.

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      Whether it’s your first time exploring a National Park or fifth wildlife safari tour, or you want to enjoy some moments of outdoorsy fun after spending weeks inside, Assam's Manas National Park has a perfect cycle safari getaway planned for you. Read more

      All the individuals with a ‘Bollywood keeda’ out there, wait not more for its time for the black lady to be the star of the show yet again! Yes, you guessed it right.

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      The state of Assam is known for things like tea, Muga silk, oil and petroleum, and immensely rich biodiversity. The reason for having such diverse biodiversity is because the landscape of the place is divided amongst tea plantations and forests. The source of life for this quaint place is the Brahmaputra river, which flows through the state while catering to the food and water necessities of the Assamese people while creating picturesque landscapes to behold.

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      Situated on the banks of Brahmaputra, Guwahati is called the 'City of Temples' due to the sheer number of breathtakingly beautiful places to worship here. Since it was the capital of the ancient state of Kamarupa and many Ahom Kings have constructed temples here, it is a peak location for tourists.

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      Jorhat is an urban city in the state of Assam, which is the home to largest tea plantations in India and is often referred to as the "Tea Capital of India". Jorhat is inhabited with people from different kinds of cultures and traditions which makes it the perfect culture pot in this part of India.

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      Guwahati is a pristine city in Assam where one can find serenity and calmness amongst the mountains and lanes.

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      The gateway of North East India, Guwahati is the largest and grandest city in the state of Assam. Located between the Brahmaputra river and Shillong plateau, Guwahati is the only metropolitan of North East. One will find plenty of places to visit in Guwahati in May.

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      The world knows it for its famous national park and also for its natural beauty. The resorts here give you a chance to experience the best of this place and be in touch with nature in its raw form. Yes, we are talking about Kaziranga. If you live in any of the resorts near Kaziranga, you are living in the jungle itself.

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      Assam is one of the most important and most influential north-eastern states in India. It is crucial not only for its political standpoints but for its spectacular natural beauty. The beauty of Assam lies in its mountains, its rivers, its tea gardens amid other aspects. It is also the gateway to neighboring countries in India, like Bhutan and Bangladesh.

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      Assam is the most majestically colorful state among the nine sister states of the north-east. It stands as a beautiful example of unexploited biodiversity.

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      Guwahati is one of the best places to visit in the North-Eastern region owing to its beautiful landscapes, welcoming people, and finger-licking delicious food. Guwahati happens to be the major urban conglomerates in the region.

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      Image Source: needpix.com The North-Eastern states of India hold a magical aura amongst themselves. All these states are blessed with verdant greenery and flourishing wildlife that provides a mesmerising travel experience to the tourists from all over the country and the world as well. Assam is famous for its rich tea plantations, teeming wildlife and several historical sites, that makes it a paradise in the North-Eastern part of the subcontinent. Read more

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      Guwahati is the largest and peaceful city beside the great Brahmaputra river in the heartland of Assam. The city is known for its holy sites and shrines of Hindu deities like Shiva or Vishnu. The famous temple, Kamakhya temple built around the 10th century, is still majestically situated atop the Nilachal hill and is just at a distance of 10kms from the train station.

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      Situated on the bank of river Brahmaputra, Guwahati is the largest and most populous city of Assam. It is a treat to eyes as it is gifted with a lot of natural beauty, which will surely refresh your mind and being the home of many animals such as Asian elephants, pythons, tigers, rhinoceros, primate species, and endangered birds, it seems nature has itself decorated Guwahati.

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      Surrounded by Brahmaputra River on one side and Shillong Plateau on the other; Guwahati stands as the scenic doorway to the paradise-like North-East India.

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      Assam is known as one of the most charming places which attracts a huge number of visitors during the year. It is considered a perfect getaway for relaxing vacations.

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      There are several cities in and around Assam, which are great tourist destinations and one of them is Dibrugarh. It is a city located on the banks of the great river Brahmaputra; an industrial city surrounded by scenic tea plantations.

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      Majuli, the largest river island in the world is situated on the Brahmaputra River and this first island district of the country has suddenly grabbed the attention of environmentalists and nature preservers. Read more

      Assam is a magnificent and utmost beautiful state gracefully lying in the northeastern part of India. It has eventually earned its name and is now recognised for being one of the finest holiday destinations in India owing to its fascinating wildlife, truly eye luring archaeological sites and very amazing tea plantations.

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      Kaziranga, a popular national park, is a UNESCO-declared site that has been facilitated to exemplify the most popular efforts to conserve and save endangered species such as one-horned rhinoceros. Situated at the edge of Eastern Himalayan Biodiversity hotspot, the park, along with its surrounding places, has emerged as a popular tourist attraction since a decade now.

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      Manas National Park is not only the pride of Assam but for the entire of India as well. As it has been enlisted in the UNESCO natural world heritage site, it is widely famous all around the world. It is best known for being the only tiger reserve in Assam. But if you visit there, you will be able to see other exotic animals as well apart from tigers.

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