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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.

Jatinga
Jatinga
Commonly known as valley of death for birds, Jatinga is a small village on a ridge, is located in Dima Hasao district (DHD), in the north-eastern state of India, Assam. The place has damsel like beauty with scenic mountains surrounding it and an ideal. It is famous for The Bird Mystery. Here the Birds come from different places to commit suicide. It's a natural phenomenon nobody has been able to explain. But Jatinga's mysteri...
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Negheriting Temple
Negheriting Temple
Built by the Kacharis in 8th-9th A.D( Pre Ahom) the Negheriting temple(Doul) is dedicated to Lord Shiva is located in Dergaon, Golaghat district of Assam. The temple is also known as "The Panchayatana Temple" as the main temple(Shiva) is surrounded by four corner shrines/Doul dedicated to Lord Vishnu, Lord Surya, Lord Ganesh and Goddess Durga. A Banalinga of 3 feet in diameter is established in the main temple.
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Shri Shri Basudev Than
Shri Shri Basudev Than
Shri Shri Basudev Than or Narua Satra, the well known temple of Assam is situated in the north-East part of the historical place Dhakuakhana,North Lakhimpur district of Assam. It is one of the ancient Temple of Assam . It impressed many people of Assam for many years. It situated at Subansiri, a small area between Balahi Sampara and Saupara.Coming from Bijani Rajya, Damodar Aata, the grandson of Sankardeva established this Sat...
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Ajan Pir Dargah
Ajan Pir Dargah
Stuated in the Saraguri Chapori region, which is about 22 km from the town of Sivsagar Ajan Pir Dargah was built in the memory of the great Muslim reformer and saint Ajan Fakir. Ajan Fakir, born Shah Miran, also known as Azan Pir, Hazrat Shah Miran, and Shah Milan (presumably from Miran), was a Sufi Syed, poet, Muslim preacher and saint from the 17th century who came from Baghdad to settle in the Sivsagar area of Assam in the ...
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Namdang Stone Bridge
Namdang Stone Bridge
Constructed by Ahom king Rudra Singha in 1703 the Namdang Stone Bridge (Namdang Hilo Haku in Assamese) made up of a single stone. This stone bridge on Namdang River was constructed by the craftsmen of Bengal. Later it was brought from there. This bridge is one of the magnificent structures built under the patronage of the Ahom kings. This bridge is thus also famous for its historical importance.
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Tilinga Mandir (bell Temple)
Tilinga Mandir (bell Temple)
Situtaed at Bordubi, a small town 7km fare from Tinsukia District of Assam the Tilinga Mandir is a famous Shiva Temple in upper Assam. Tilinga means "bell" in Assamese and mandir means "temple" .This Bell Temple is as spiritually and mystically strong as any other temple. There are hundreds and thousands of bells of all sizes in bronze, brass, copper and aluminum that are tied to the big peepal tree and on its various branche...
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Athkhelia Naamghar
Athkhelia Naamghar
Situated at a distance of about 20 kms from Golaghat town the Athkhelia Namghar is constructed by the Ahom prince Gadapani, the husband of Sati Jaymoti around 1681 when he becomes the King of Ahom kingdom. For assamese peoples Athkhelia Namghar occupied a very important place in the hearts.
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Dhekiakhowa Bornamghor
Dhekiakhowa Bornamghor
Established in 1461 A.D. by Sri Sri Madhabdev, the disciple of Sri Sri Sankardev (the preacher & propounder of Vaishnavism in Assam & the father figure of Assamese culture) Dhekiakhowa Bornamghor in Jorhat, Assam. It is located at Dhekiakhowa village of Jorhat, 15 km towards the east of Jorhat town, 3.5 km away from National Highway 37. It is called a Bornamghar because of its historical association and large campus. A Namgho...
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Sri Surya Pahar
Sri Surya Pahar
Located about 12 km southeast of Goalpara town Sri Surya Pahar is a significant but relatively unknown archaeological site in Assam. The Surya Pahar temple is an ancient sun worship center. The site is a hilly terrain where several rock-cut Shivalingas, votive stupas and the deities of Hindu, Buddhist and Jain pantheon are scattered in an area of about one km. Literally an art gallery of sculptures, Surya Pahar (Hill of the Su...
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Kamakhya Temple
Kamakhya Temple
The Kamakhya Temple is a Shakti Peeth temple situated on the top of the scenic Nilachal Hill at about 800 feet above the sea level overlooking the majestic river Brahmaputra.
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