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North-East India is a paradise for tourists. Its enchanting hills, dancing rivers, roaring waterfalls, thick and dark forests, heavy rains during monsoon, innumerable varieties of flora and fauna, countless species of wild animals and plants, mysterious clouds, melodious folk music, thrilling dances and festivals, variety of many delicious dishes, handlooms and handicrafts, and above all its green landscape used to attract people from different parts of the world since time immemorial. Assam, one of the constituent states of the region, an embodiment of the natural beauty and grace, a true representative of the region, has been at the centrestage of tourist attraction. The ungrudging blessings of nature have made tourism in Assam essentially nature-centric, despite the fact there are historical and religious places of tourist attraction.

Hayagriva Madhab Mandir - Hajo
Hayagriva Madhab Mandir - Hajo
Hayagriva Madhab Mandir (Mandir means temple in Assamese) was constructed in 6th century AD by King of Pala dynasty on Manikuta Hill which is 24 km from Guwahati in Kamrup district in present days. It is a popular tourist destination in Assam. Some Buddhists believe that the in Hayagriva Mahhava temple the Buddha attained Nirvana. Thus it becomes an ancient pilgrimage centre for two religions Hindus amd Buddhists.
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Powa Mecca - Hajo
Powa Mecca - Hajo
Powa Mecca means the one fourth of original Mecca (1/4 is known as Powa in Assamese), which is an Islamic holy place in Saudi Arabia. Powa Mecca in Hajo which lies on the banks of the Brahmaputra River and 24 km from Guwahati in Kamrup district is a very popular and famous pilgrimage spot for Muslims.
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Mahamaya Temple Or Mahamaya Than
Mahamaya Temple Or Mahamaya Than
Mahamaya temple also known as Mahamaya Than in Western Assam - Dhubri District is one of the oldest shakti peeth temple in the region. Situated in Bogribari, which is almost 35 km east from Dhubri town and 10 km west from Bilasipara town, is one of the greatest Shakti Peethas among Hindu pilgrims in Lower Assam and in attraction it is next to Kamakhya (Guwahati) and Madan-Mohan (Cooch Behar) among the pilgrims and tourists.
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Umananda Temple - Guwahati
Umananda Temple - Guwahati
Located in between the mighty river the Brahmputra in a Peacock island, Umananda Temple is just opposite side of the famous Kachari Ghat in Guwahati, Assam. This shiv temple was was built by the famous Ahom King Gadadhar Singha (1681 - 1696), who was was the husband of Sati Joymati a great devout of Shaivite. The original temple was however immensely damaged by a devastating earthquake of 1897. Later, it was reconstructed by a...
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Jagiroad Dry Fish Market
Jagiroad Dry Fish Market
Situated just 50 km from state capital Guwahati towards eastern side of assam, Jagiroad is a small industrial town of Morigaon District. Previously it was in undivided Nagaon district. Marigaon became a fully-fledged district on 29 September 1989, when it was split from Nagaon district.
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Angling In Jia Bhoroli River
Angling In Jia Bhoroli River
Assam is the heaven for nature lovers and all kinds of adventure and natural sports. There are lots of sub rivers of mighty river Brahmaputra. The Kameng River in Arunachal Pradesh and Jia Bhoroli in Assam originates in Tawang district of Arunachal Pradesh. It flows through Bhalukpong circle of West Kameng District of Arunachal Pradesh and Sonitpur District of Assam. It is joining with Brahmaputra River near Tezpur, just east ...
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Tinsukia Deuhal Aai Than Mondir
Tinsukia Deuhal Aai Than Mondir
Situated at the bank of river Tingrai and just 1 KM from the National Highway No 37, the famous Deuhal aai than was constructed by ahom king Chalung Gadadhar Singha. During the british rule in assam, James Waren opened the Deuhaal tea garden near that Deuhal aai than.
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Gerukamukh
Gerukamukh
Popular for natural beauty Gerukamukh is situted just 45 Km from district headquater of Dhemaji district. It is a popular picnic spot where Subansiri the largest tributary of Brahmaputra touches the plains from the hills giving a scenic beauty with its virginity.
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Gurdwara Sri Guru Teg Bahadur Sahib, Dhubri
Gurdwara Sri Guru Teg Bahadur Sahib, Dhubri
Located in the bank of the mighty river Brahmaputra, Gurdwara Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib was bulit in memory of the first visit of Sikh Guru Guru Nanak Dev to Dhubri. In 1505 AD Guru Nanak the founder of Sikhism, came to Assam via Dhanpur near Dhaka and stayed with Mahapurush Srimanta Shankardeva (founder of the Mahapuruxiya Dharma in Assam). Both discussed ways and means of saving the people from the clutches of Saktism and ...
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Agnigarh The Love Site Of Northeast
Agnigarh The Love Site Of Northeast
Located in the Noth bank of mighty river Brahmaputra, the historical & hindu mythological place Agnigarh which is also known as love site of Northeast is situted in Tezpur town of sonitpur district. The literal meaning of 'a residence amidst fire'. In assamese Agni means Fire and Garh means place surrounded by walls and thogether it spell as Agnigarh. Agnigarh is a verdant hillock which was once a fortress and currently is an ...
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