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Tour In Assam
Assam Tour

Assam was known as the Kingdom of Pragjyotisha-Kamarupa during the first millennium A.D. and was broken into smaller states during the beginning of the second millennium; however, later, after 13th century for next six hundred years the region again transformed into a united sovereign country as the Kingdom of Assam under the later dynasties such as the Ahoms and Koches. Despite being an archaeologically and historically rich region, Assam is still a terra-incognito to the world.

Assam is a world leader in production of tea for more than past one hundred years and currently produces around 25 percent of the world's tea. However, traditionally it is also a producer of high quality silk, called pat and Muga, and a major supplier of oil and natural gas.




Places of Interest


Guwahati: Excavations trace the origins of the city to around the 6th century and it was the capital of Assam until the 10th century. Currently, the city has a population of around one million, making it the largest city in the state and its main center for shopping and business, attracting people from all over the north east as well as from Eastern Bhutan.


Dibrugarh: Dibrugarh is connected by Train with Kolkata, New Jalpaiguri, Guwahati, Ledo, Dimapur and New Delhi. Dibrugarh is the the terminal station of North Eastern Frontier Railway. And there are daily bus services to Guwahati, Kohima.

There is a Airport at Dibrugarh and it is connected by daily flight from Kolkata,Guwahati.


Jorhat: The city of Jorhat is well connected by rail, road and air modes of transport. For visitors, the most convenient way of reaching Jorhat is by Air. The Jorhat Airport (IATA Code: JRH) is a fully operational airport, administered by the Airports Authority of India(AAI) with daily flights connecting to Kolkata. Connecting flights are also available from rest of the country


Tezpur: Tezpur is a historical city of Assam whose existence dates back to centuries. It is situated on the North Bank of Brahmaputra in Assam it has a population of about 1, 00,000 people. It is the major commercial cum administrative Centre of North Assam. It is also said to be the cultural capital of Assam. Many Historical ruins are also available till date. It is also a major Tea and Tourist Centre of Assam it scenic beauty is breathtaking specially in the winters with snowcapped himalayas at the Backdrop.


Tinsukia: Tinsukia is the economic capital of Assam. It is the main business center of upper Assam. This city is a gateway to many places of tourist interest in Upper Assam. Tinsukia has a couple of good hotels to stay overnight before you embark on a journey to the nearby areas. This was the city which was connected by the Bengal-Assam railways way back in the 19th century, resulting in a very high influx of businessmen, railway employees and laborers from the mainland India. The introduction of railways into this area permanently changed the demographic configuration of the area resulting in wider socio-political effects. During the Second World War, the outskirt of the city was used for setting up camps for the US army.


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