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Prime Minister Narendra Modi has laid the foundation stone for the first ever national art park in the Kamrup district of Assam. It is located in the Singmarigaon region of Assam and is surrounded by the capital Guwahati, India’s second largest city after Delhi. Changsari in the Assam-Kamrupsar district has set a new record as the largest state park in the world with a total area of 2.5 million square meters. Sources: 2, 12

It is a district in the Indian state of Assam, which is part of the old Kamruper district, which was divided into two parts until 2003, the other being the “Kamruper district,” named after the region it forms. The district is bordered by the districts of Chhattisgarh, West Khasi Hills, North East and West Bengal. Nagaon is India’s second largest state park with a total area of 2.5 million square meters and is home to the world’s largest national art park, Changsari National Art Park. It has a large number of villages and towns on its border with the neighboring Western Khashi Hills district, including the village of Langpih. Sources: 1, 2, 3

The location, which is just a short drive from Guwahati, Assam’s capital, makes it a convenient destination and stopover for ace at tourism. From visiting the remarkable temples to sunset cruises along the Brahmaputra to tasting the eclectic cuisine, there are so many amazing things to do in GuWahathi. An especially amazing thing in Gu Wahatis is an early morning boat trip to the Umananda Temple, which is located on Peacock Island in the midst of the angry Brah Maputra. This place of visit is located in the Kamrup district of Assam and is surrounded by the second largest art national park in the world, the Changsari National Art Park, and one of the largest state parks in India. Sources: 0, 6, 7

One of the most popular temples in Guwahati is the Umananda Temple, which belongs to the Ahom Kingdom of Assam, one of the oldest and most famous kingdoms in India. The temple was built in 1725 by King Shiva Singh of the Ahoms Kingdom and serves as a centre for worship of Shiva, son of Shiva, his wife and son-in-law. Sources: 13

Apart from that, the city has a few other temples, which are popular stops for tourism on a trip to Assam. Another famous attraction nearby is Dadar Hill, which has temples on its summit dedicated to Lord Shiva. Sources: 5, 6

It is believed that the ancient name of Guwahati, Pragjyotishapura, derives from this temple. North Gu Wahiti is bordered by a stone bridge called Sil Sako and a Vaishnavitic monastery called Auniati Satra. Sources: 4, 13

The tea plantations here are the main attraction of Assam tourism, which attracts tens of thousands of people from outside the state. It is also a major hub for tourism, attracting tens of thousands of people from all over the state each year for its tea plantation and tourism activities. It is the economic centre of the city and has a large number of tea gardens used for the tea industry. The tea-growing district of Guwahati with a population of more than 1.5 million people is the second largest tea-growing district in the country after Chittagong. Sources: 6, 11

The hotspots in the district have been identified by the Indian Disaster Management Agency (NDMA) and the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) for containment. Delhi includes other cities that list the hotspot, including New Delhi, Kolkata, Guwahati, Jharkhand, Assam’s capital. The list includes the cities of Gujrat, Chittagong, Dhaka, Dharamshala, Bhopal, Barakhambari, Arunachal Pradesh, as well as Jammu and Kashmir. Sources: 9

Dhekiakhowa in Bornamghar, for example, is considered one of the oldest and most sacred places to visit, and its tourism attracts thousands of followers every year. Travellers will find Assam’s tourism most impressive here, thanks to the hundreds of plantations in Jorhat. Sources: 6

Spending a morning in this popular temple is certainly one of the most exciting things a tourist can do in Guwahati. Visiting this mystical temple to offer prayers to the goddess and ask for her blessing is one of the best activities in Gu Waha. The Assam guide contains a list of mandatory visits – places in the state you should consider including in your itinerary. Sources: 0, 6, 10

Here you will find a number of holy sites dedicated to the dead of Asam’s past and present, as well as the history of the state. The cemetery pages show maps, records, pictures and headstones and are scattered around the cemetery, indicating the glorious heritage of Northern Guwahati. Sources: 1, 2, 6

Kamakhya Temple, located 7 km from Guwahati, is one of the largest Shakti shrines in the country. The best thing to do in Gu Wahaati is to visit the Assam State Museum to get an insight into the ancient Ahom culture. Sources: 0, 13

The national parks that are offered for tourism in Assam are not only great places to explore for travelers, but also exceptional places for wildlife and environmental protection. Kaziranga National Park is located away from the capital Ass am and is also known to be one of the best places in the country to visit the largest elephant sanctuary in the world, the Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary. It is headquartered in the meadows of Assam, where the Great Indian Unicorn lives, which uses its natural habitat as a breeding ground for its descendants. Sources: 2, 5, 6, 8

Places: Kamrup, Assam

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