25Feb/21

GATEWAY OF ASSAM, GUWAHATI, ASSAM!

After the treaty of Yandabo in 1926 when the Burmese invaders had been evicted from Assam. The British incorporated Assam in their empire in India. Assam now becomes part of Bengal Presidency and a commissioner for Assam division was located at Guwahati. After that there was a growing demand for Assam being made a separate province to preserve Assamese Language and Culture; moreover, it was found that the inclusion of Assam in Bengal had made

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02Sep/20

SUKRESWAR TEMPLE, GUWAHATI, ASSAM!

Sukreswar temple is one of the most sought after temples of India which is located in the state of Assam. People from all across the country come here to visit the temple which is dedicated to Lord Shiva. In Assam this temple is located on Itakhulli hill or Sukreswar hill in Guwahati. It too provides visitors with a beautiful view of the Brahmaputra River as the temple is located at the Southern bank of the

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29Jul/19

SADU CHIRU FALL OF MANIPUR!

Sadu Chiru Fall is more popularly known as Leimaram Fall because of its closeness to Leimaram in the Bishnupur District of Manipur. But the certified name for the waterfall is Sadu Chiru. The local name is derived from the Sadhu Chiru Hills, after which the village is also named after. The waterfall was manually enlarged and brought to the present state by the hard work of Sadu Chiru village men and women and thus, it

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21Nov/17

THE MYSTERIOUS UNAKOTI: AN OPEN AIR ART GALLERY IN TRIPURA!

Tripura is the third smallest Indian state. According to the ‘Rajmala”, Tripura’s celebrated court chronicle, an ancient king named ‘tripur’ ruled over the territorial domain known as ‘Tripura’ and the name of the kingdom was derived from his name. Unakoti-meaning one less than a crore, or 99,99,999—is a Shaiva journey spot, not at all like anything you’ll discover in India. It could be said, it isn’t totally dissimilar to Macchu Picchu in Peru. Enter through

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25Mar/17

ASSAM STATE MUSEUM-GUWAHATI!

Assam State Museum in Guwahati is one of the greatest multipurpose historical centers in the entire northeast showing the iconography, numismatics, epigraphy and archaeology in Assam. It is arranged in the heart of the Guwahati city at the southern end of Dighalipukhuri. The gallery shows a substantial gathering from the memorable and ancient time and is worked by the Legislature of Assam. It has an extensive gathering of models, with the upper floors being given

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