Assam: The Juncture of Modernity and Nature in Guwahati

Guwahati is a famous tourist attraction for its two aesthetic features- for its calming atmosphere and for the places of religious significance.

You can come up here for a change of air on relaxing holidays.

Kamakhya temple is the major pilgrimage in the city. It is a pious shrine, that dates back to the 10th century.

Another temple, Bhubaneshwari temple is best known for the amazing city sight that it offers.

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There is also an island situated in the middle of the Brahmaputra river. On the island, there is the Shiva temple of Umananda. It can be reached through motorboats et cetera.

Arriving at Guwahati

The city is equipped with an International airport and a railway station at Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport, Guwahati, and Guwahati railway station which is connected to all the major cities in India

Best Time to Visit Guwahati

The perfect time to visit this wondrous city in Assam is October to March.

If you happen to visit in the month of June-July, you will also find your way to the famous Ambubachi Mela at Kamakhya Temple. It is attended by a vast number of pilgrims coming from all directions.

The city is a prime example that how nature can be sustained along with the development of a city. Guwahati will amaze you with its sustainable development, modern infrastructure, and refreshing nature.


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