Tea in Assam

Bamuni Hills

Assam

Assam

Da-Parbatia

The doorframe of Da-Parbaitia is the oldest specimen of sculptural art in Assam and its carving is characteristic of the style of Gupta school...

North Cachar Hills

Dima Hasao district ( formerly North Cachar Hills) is a pristine picturesque dreamland of undulating hills, valleys, gently flowing streams and waterfalls, where the...

Dibrugarh

435 Kms North East of Guwahati, Dibrugarh is a major town of upper Assam and important commercial centre of the state. It's often referred...

Barak valley

The Barak valley forms the southernmost part of Assam comprising of three districts. The Barak River originates in the Manipur hills and flows west...

Guwahati

The spiritually oriented, Guwahati is home to the goddess Kamakhya; to history buffs, it stands on the very spot where the brave people of...

Sualkuchi

Located on the banks of the Brahmaputra, 35 kms north of Guwahati, Sualkuchi is a weaving village that produces some of the best silk...

Jorhat

Jorhat is one of the important towns in Assam. Jorhat was established as a new capital in the closing years of the 18th century...

Tezpur

The city of eternal romance - Usha's love for Lord Krishna's grandson Anirudha caught her father Baana's disapproving notice and so he kept Usha...

Hajo

Hajo, 32 kms west of Guwahati, in Kamrup district, is an important pilgrimage for Hindus, Buddhists and Muslims alike. Hajo is home to ancient...

Tea in Assam

Tea is the agriculture-based industries; tea occupies an important place in Assam. The plants used to grow naturally in the Upper Brahmaputra valley. Robert...
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