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Assam

The gateway to the North-East

One of the most easily accessible cities in the North-East, Assam is located along the Brahmaputra valley. Also known as Ahom, it boasts of hospitable people, a cuisine that has unique flavours and taste, a vibrant artistic heritage marked by incredible dance forms and some amazing temples, making your journey to this land truly memorable and delightful.

Although Assam has been invaded multiple times over centuries, it was never a vassal or colony to an external power until the Burma invaded India in 1821 and later it came under the British rule in 1824 during the First Anglo-Burmese war. Today, Assam has won global recognition for its tea and silk.

The state is also a prime wildlife conservationist, especially because it has successfully managed to conserve the one-horned Indian rhinoceros, that came quite to extinction in the recent past. Other animals that you can find here, includes wild water buffalo, pygmy hog, tigers, Asiatic elephants and various species of birds. In fact, wildlife has successfully helped Assam to improve their economy, with two of their parks namely Kaziranga National Park and Manas National Park being declared World Heritage Sites. With a landscape that presents a scenic vista of golden green vistas of manicured tea gardens and rice fields, Assam is framed by the highlands of Meghalaya and Nagaland in the south, along with blue mountains of Arunachal in the north.

So although Assam has had a turbulent past in terms of protest, it is now heading towards a more firmer resolution.If peace holds in the state, it can truly result in a tourist boom. As anyone can say, it has quietly become a traveller’s bonanza, that is poised to go global very soon.

How to get there:

By Air - All major domestic airlines have flights to Borjhar Airport. The other cities in Assam connected by air with the rest of India are Silchar, Tezpur, Dibrugarh, and Jorhat. 

By Rail - You can travel to Assam by train also. There are direct trains from most cities in India such as Kolkata, New Delhi, Chennai, Mumbai, Cochin and Bengaluru to Guwahati

By road - You can visit Assam by road. The national highways connect Guwahati with Mizoram, Nagaland, and Arunachal Pradesh. However, it is not a good idea to travel by road during the months of June to September as the state is lashed by heavy rains and driving can be quite dangerous.

- Shillong to Assam - 227 kms via AH1/AH2

- Imphal to Assam - 323 kms via NH2 and NH29

Best time to visit:

Visit Assam between Novemeber to May. At this time of the year, the weather is pleasant and ideal for sightseeing and enjoying the various activities Assam has to offer. Make sure you do not plan a visit during the rains (June to September) when heavy downpours cause the Brahmaputra River to flood its banks all across the state.

 

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