INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT ASSAM
Known as Manchester of Assam, is one of the largest weaving villages where the entire population is engaged in weaving exquisite silk fabrics.
As many as 293 species of Orchids are reported which represent 44.39% of North.East species and 24.42% of species occurring in India are found here.
Assam's ''Tee-Teas'', are golf course within tea estates that date back to 1829. Back then India was the only country to have a golf course except Great Britain.
This village is considered as the cradle of black magic in India, as the vast majority of the population of Mayong knows and practices black magic.
THE CHICKEN'S NECK
Popularly known as Siliguri corridor is a narrow stretch of land that connects Assam and rest of North Eastern States with rest of the country.
KAZIRANGA NATIONAL PARK
It is the home of 2,401 one-horned rhinos, which is equivalent to two-third of entire world's one-horned rhinos.
An ancient pilgrimage centre of three religion i.e. Islam, Hindu and Buddhism.
It is world's largest amphitheatre. It was built on 18th century by Ahom dynasty which is located on Sivasagar town.
One of the prominent and oldest temple of Assam which is among the 51 Shaktipeeths.
An annual fair held in the Morigaon district of Assam. The main attraction of the fair currently is the barter system that takes place among the tribes, tourists and general people coming here.