Assam Travel Guide

Assam is the one of most beautiful states of North East India, Assam is the gateway to the enchanting and unexploited northeastern part of the country. With the majestic Brahmaputra river, magnificent hills, its rich flora and fauna and wildlife, the state is a tourist paradise. In the west, Guwahati, Assam’s largest city, features silk bazaars and the hilltop Kamakhya Temple. Umananda Temple sits on Peacock Island in the Brahmaputra river. The state capital, Dispur, is a suburb of Guwahati. The ancient pilgrimage site of Hajo and Madan Kamdev, the ruins of a temple complex, lie nearby. Assam Renowned for its tea, wildlife and silk, the state of Assam is gifted with lush green meadows, fertile plains, the large Brahmaputra river, the beautiful hills, the blue mountains, the magnificent looking tea plantations, the rich flora and fauna. The vibrant lifestyle, the all-smile people, the presence of diverse tribes and cultures, make Assam society friendly and beautiful. Assam is famous for its wood, cane and bamboo crafts, pottery, handlooms, jewellery and colourful masks. Weaving is the traditional art of the Assamese. 

Capital: Dispur,   Location: North East India

Best Time to Visit Assam:

Why Visit Assam?:

Wildlife, Culture, Tribal, Temples etc.

Temperature

Summer

Monsoon

Winter

An Insight into Assam Tourism

“Awesome Assam ”

The ancient history of Assam shows consistency with contemporary events in mainland India and has been clearly documented since the 1st century AD. It was known as Kamarupa and ruled by subsidiaries of North Indian rulers. The 13th century saw invasions from the North and East by Delhi-based Islamic rulers and the Chinese army.  The Ahoms ruled Assam at the time when Mughals were presiding over the rest of India and were deposed by the advent of the British in 1826. After independence, few parts of Assam became part of East Pakistan (Now Bangladesh) and the present day state of Assam was formed in 1962 as various states of the Northeast were carved out of it.  

Top Reasons to Visit Assam

Exploring Delhi's Eight Historic Cities

Topping the list is Delhi’s historical legacy, with the ruins of eight ancient cities peeking out through the city streets, from Islamic citadels and the mausoleums of Sufi saints

view more

Exploring Delhi's Eight Historic Cities

Topping the list is Delhi’s historical legacy, with the ruins of eight ancient cities peeking out through the city streets, from Islamic citadels and the mausoleums of Sufi saints

view more

Exploring Delhi's Eight Historic Cities

Topping the list is Delhi’s historical legacy, with the ruins of eight ancient cities peeking out through the city streets, from Islamic citadels and the mausoleums of Sufi saints

view more

Exploring Delhi's Eight Historic Cities

Topping the list is Delhi’s historical legacy, with the ruins of eight ancient cities peeking out through the city streets, from Islamic citadels and the mausoleums of Sufi saints

view more