Category: Assam

  • Old Man River : An article about the Mighty Brahmaputra by Dianne Sharma Winter

    Old Man River : An article about the Mighty Brahmaputra by Dianne Sharma Winter

      I found this interesting post on Unboxed Writers written by Dianne Sharma Winter, who shares our passion for writing and promoting travel in India. This article beautifully describes the mighty Brahmaputra, the lifeline of North East India. She has expressed her support towards our initiative by allowing us to publish her article on our […]

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  • Majuli of love

    Majuli of love

    Being a native of the Indian state of Assam, I have always heard tales about how vast and wide the Brahmaputra River is – like an ocean. But it was after I came to know of Majuli, did the tales became more concrete. Majuli is the world’s second largest river island, and only a river as […]

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  • Dibrugarh : River songs from the land of tea

    Dibrugarh : River songs from the land of tea

    I cannot imagine myself not writing something on Dibrugarh. I was born here and since then a never ending love affair has made me surrender a part of my heart to this forgotten land. Beautiful memories linger in my mind created by the relationship I share with this place I call home. And this home […]

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  • A Good Escape…

    A Good Escape…

    A sunny summer afternoon in India can really be stressful, especially if your work which demands being under the Sun. But i did manage to find a cure on one such day. Having worked throughout the day, my colleague and I just wanted to escape to some place quiet and serene, but the problem was […]

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  • The Kaziranga Grasslands

    The Kaziranga Grasslands

    One of the oldest forest of India & also one of the most loved parks of India, Kaziranga needs no introduction. Declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1985, Kaziranga is solemnly responsible for bringing the One horned Rhino out of extinction. In just a span of hundred years, the conservation efforts of the […]

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  • A journey into the Manas Tiger Reserve and National Park

    A journey into the Manas Tiger Reserve and National Park

    The tremendous diversity in flora and fauna has given rise to numerous National Park’s in Assam. Among them is a lesser known area of incredible bio-diversity, which because of its conservation efforts in the 70’s and 80’s had been given the prestige of being named a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1985. But came […]

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  • Hajo, a merging point of different faiths

    Hajo, a merging point of different faiths

    One of the many unnoticed places of Assam. Merging point of different faiths. History that dates back to 6-7th century AD. Described by scholars as ” a sacred complex “. Without shiny temples or loud propaganda. Welcome to Hajo. Some 32 km northwest of Guwahati lies the small town of Hajo. Historically Hajo first finds […]

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