Places to visit in Jorhat

Jorhat is the second largest city after Guwahati in Assam. Jorhat, the last Capital of the Ahom Kingdom, has archaeological values associated to Rajamaidan – the burial mounds of Ahom kings. Nestled in the tea gardens, Jorhat today is a well developed city in Upper Assam. The annual tea festival …

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Places to visit in Guwahati

Kamrup The geographical topography of Kamrup district consists of wide plains through which the mighty Brahmaputra flows from east to west. The demographic pattern of Kamrup District is a heterogenous one. However, there exist a perceptible degree of mutual love, respect and tolerance amongst them. Places of interest Madan Kamdev …

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Places to visit in NORTHEAST STATES ASSAM

NORTHEAST STATES ASSAM Capital: Dispur. Area: 78,438 sq. km. Population: 2,66,55,528 (Male: 1,37,77,037 Female: 1,28,78,491). Population density: 340 per sq. km. Sex ratio: 935 females per 1000 males. Principal languages: Assamese, Bengali, Bodo/Boro. Literacy: 63.3% (Male: 71.3% Female: 54.6%). Districts: 23. Lok Sabha seats: 14. State Assembly seats: 126. Airports: …

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Tourist Places in SIKKIM

SIKKIM Capital: Gangtok. Area: 7,063 sq. km. Population: 5,40,851 (Male: 2,88,484 Female: 2,52,367). Population density: 76 per sq. km. Sex ratio: 875 females per 1000 males Principal languages: Nepali, Bhutia, Lepcha. Literacy: 68.8% (Male: 76% Female: 60.4%). Districts: 4. Lok Sabha seats: 1. State Assembly seats: 32. Airports: None. Tourist …

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Tourist Places near Bihar – Vaishali

Vaishali Situated on the left bank of the Gandak river, Vaishali enjoys the distinction of being the world’s first Republic state under the Lichchavi dynasty, even before the formation of the Republic of Greece. It is the birthplace of Lord Mahavira, the founder of Jainism, and the city where Buddha …

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Tourist Places near Bihar – Nalanda

Nalanda: Just 12 km from Rajgir, Nalanda was one of the ancient world’s great universities. Established in the 5th century AD, the university remained the greatest seat of learning for over 700 years and is mostly in ruins now. Nalanda is also popular as an important Buddhist centre. Chinese traveller …

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Tourist Places near Bihar – Rajg’r

  Surrounded by five rocky hills, Rajgir is located about 60 km southeast of Patna. It is the ancient capital of the Magadha kingdom. Rajgir is an important pilgrimage site for Buddhists and Jains. It has many tourist attractions like rock-cut caves, forts, Buddhist ruins, shell inscriptions, Hindu and Jain …

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