Guwahati is the northeastern city of India, situated at the bank of the mighty Brahmaputra River. Around 400 CE, Guwahati served as the capital of the Hindu state of Kamarupa (also known as Pragjyotisa). The town changed hands many times in the 17th century between Muslims and Ahoms (a Tai-speaking tribe who moved from Yunnan province, China, and governed most of Assam from the 13th century CE) until it became the site of the Ahom governor of Lower Assam in 1681; in 1786, the Ahom raja declared it his capital. From 1816 until 1826, Guwahati was governed by Myanmar (Burmese), after which it became the Assam capital under British rule. In 1874, the capital was relocated 108 kilometers (67 miles) south of Shillong. The city, which is one of India’s fastest-growing cities, is the second-largest metropolitan region in eastern India after Kolkata. A traveling architect may spend their holiday in Guwahati exploring a variety of calm and historic locations.

Kamakhya Temple

In Guwahati, the city alluded to as the Gateway to North East India, the Kamakhya Devi Temple is located amidst a significant human settlement on Nilachal Hill. It is one of the 51 Shakti Peethas of Hindu Mythology and is a very important shrine to Hindus. Most people arrive in Guwahati to go to this temple to seek Kamakhya Devi’s blessings. It is said to be older than 2000 years. It was, however, often destroyed and rebuilt during the course of its long life.

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Umananda Temple

Lord Shiva is honored in Guwahati’s Umananda Temple. Umananda Temple, one of Guwahati’s most well-known ancient temples, is situated on Peacock Island in the heart of the Brahmaputra River. This temple is one of the amazing locations that combines historical significance with a sense of holiness. The Hindi words “Uma,” another name for Lord Shiva’s bride, and “Ananda,” which means bliss, are combined to form the word “Umandanda.”

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Assam State Museum

The Assam State Museum is a location that perfectly captures the state’s rich cultural heritage and has several artifacts that provide a thorough understanding of the local history of Guwahati. The Kamarupa Anusandhan Samiti founded this museum back in 1940. One of the largest multifunctional museums in the nation, according to reports. The museum features a variety of exhibitions, including folk art, sculptures, crafts, and epigraphy. Spend a good deal of time visiting and exploring the area to learn many little-known details about the tribal people who lived here in ancient times and their way of life. There are often exhibitions held here, where visitors can view various locally manufactured handicrafts.

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Srimanta Shankardeva Kalakshetra

The Srimanta Shankardeva Kalakshetra Museum, or simply Kalakshetra, is a cultural organization located in the Panjabari neighborhood of Guwahati. The organization bears Srimanta Sankaradev, a well-known medieval dramatist and poet. He also practiced the Vaishnava faith; some even see him as a vaishnavite saint. This nonprofit cultural organization also has a library and several preservation facilities in addition to the museum. Even a children’s park is located on the institution’s grounds. The museum displays a variety of artifacts that are utilized by Assam’s several ethnic groups. The museum also has some cultural artifacts from the region on exhibit. In an authentic setting, dance and theater are performed.

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Basishtha Ashram and Temple

The Basistha Temple is located in the southeast corner of Assam’s capital city of Guwahati. Ahom King-Rajeswar Singha built this temple in 1764, which is devoted to Lord Shiva. Additionally, the King donated 835 acres of land for the ashram’s development. An ashram was built next to the Shiva temple on the bank of the mountain streams coming from the hilltop of the River Meghalaya. Later, it changed into the Basistha and Bahini/Bharalu rivers, which now run through the city. You may get to this temple, which is adjacent to the state government building in Dispur and is located at the foot of a hillside, by following the road that goes to it.

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Guwahati Planetarium

The only planetarium in the northeast is the Guwahati constellation. With its unusual dome and sloping sides that set it apart from the area’s skyline, the Guwahati Planetarium is unrivaled. In addition to daily programs, the planetarium frequently offers conferences, workshops, and lectures for the astronomy community as well as exhibitions, quizzes, and facilities for eclipse viewing outside. 

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Hajo

Hajo adores the banks of the Brahmaputra, which are located around 24 kilometers away from the city of Guwahati. This area is dotted with shrines to famous Muslim saints as well as Durga, Shiva, Vishnu, and Shiva, making it a popular destination for pilgrims of all three main world faiths. The Hayagriva Madhava Mandir is the most well-known temple, while the Powa Mecca Mosque is well-liked by Muslims. Both are considered to be where Buddha obtained Nirvana, drawing both Buddhists and Hindus to the area.

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Purva Tirupati Shri Balaji Temple

In the city of Guwahati, there is a stunning temple called the Tirupati Balaji Temple. Hindu visitors regard this temple, which is devoted to Lord Venkateswara, as a particularly sacred location. The temple is spread out across a sizable amount of land and has a highly distinctive architectural design. A temple dedicated to Lord Ganesha is located at the temple’s entrance. There is a statue of Lord Balaji that weighs around 4 tonnes in the main temple. This temple was built in a South Indian style, which is apparent.

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Purva Tirupati Shri Balaji Temple_©Ankur Jaiswal

Bhubaneswari Temple

Nobel Laureate Rabindranath Tagore immortalized the Bhuvaneswari Temple in his books “Rajarshi” and “Bisharjan.” The stunning temple is set on a porch that is three feet above the ground. The temple’s architecture is completed with a four-chaala roof, stupas at the entrance, and a central chamber.

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Navagraha Temple

In the southeast of the city of Guwahati, on a hill called Chitrachal, sits the Navagraha Temple, also known as the temple of the nine heavenly bodies. It is sometimes referred to as the sun’s home. The nine phallic symbols of Lord Shiva at the temple stand in for Surya, Chandra, Mangala, Budha, Brihaspati, Shukra, Shani, Rahu, and Ketu, and are each dressed in a different color of the fabric. The shrine also serves as a hub for astrological and astronomical studies.

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Chandubi

At the base of the Garo Hills, some 65 kilometers from Guwahati, sits the Chandubi Lake. The Assam earthquake of 1897 caused it to develop. Chandubi Lake is regarded as the best location for a picnic amidst nature since it is surrounded by thick forests, little towns, and captivating tea gardens.

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Dipor Beel

Dipor Beel is a lake with clear water that lies southwest of Guwahati in the Assam kingdom, 18 kilometers from Guwahati Railway Station. It is widely regarded as one of the most significant lakes in the Brahmaputra valley in Western Assam and among Guwahati’s most scenic places to visit. Dipor Beel is another spelling for this lake. Dipor Beel or Dipor Beel is a permanent freshwater lake, that’s the erstwhile water channel of River Brahmaputra. Dipor Beel has a complete vicinity of 40 Sq. Km of which 4.14 Sq. Km as a Bird Sanctuary via Assam Government in 1989.

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Assam State Zoo cum Botanical Garden

The largest of its sort in India’s North East is the Assam State Zoo Cum Botanical Garden, often known as the Guwahati Zoo. It is situated in Guwahati, India’s Hengrabari Reserved Forest. This zoo is a well-liked tourist destination since it is home to over 895 animals, birds, and reptiles that represent almost 113 different kinds of animals and birds from across the globe. The Assam State Zoo, which opened its doors in 1957, also takes part in rescue and rehabilitation. It is frequently referred to be the urban and populated metropolis of Guwahati’s “green lung.” It sponsors several awareness-raising events and is active in both animal welfare and education.

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Dr. Bhupen Hazarika Samadhi Khetra 

The Bharat Ratna Dr. Bhupen Hazarika’s last resting place is well-designed. The only drawback is that it is located just where Guwahati is busiest, at the intersection of two national roads. The location is well-kept.

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Kaziranga National Park 

The Assam region has been blessed with several natural beauties because of the Brahmaputra River basin. Around its belt, it has cultivated an environment that is so diverse that over 80% of the flora and animals are local to this area. One of the names constantly sticks out while discussing places to visit in Assam. The Kaziranga National Park is situated on the banks of The Mighty Brahmaputra, around 228 kilometers from Guwahati.

The Great Horned Rhinoceros has made Kaziranga Tourism, one of India’s most diversified forest regions, famous. Aside from rhinos, Kaziranga is home to enormous and flourishing populations of elephants, tigers, swamp deer, leopards, bears, and bears.

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Kaziranga National Park_©Diganta Talukdar

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