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Kaziranga National Park

Famous for endangered one horned rhinoceros, Kaziranga National Park houses over two third of world’s population of one horned rhinoceros. The park is also famous owing to the fact that the density of tiger in the park is highest among the protected areas in the world. However, due to thick and tall elephant grass, tigers …

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Garampani Wildlife Sanctuary

A hot water pool in the midst of lush green jungles of Garampani Wildlife Sanctuary alongside NH 39 is one of the major attractions of the Sanctuary. Sprawling over an area of 6 Sq. Km, the sanctuary is located at a distance of about 25 Km from Golaghat. Bathing arrangements with hot waters of the …

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Deopani Durga Temple

A sacred place where peoples believe that their wishes get fulfilled when prayed with true heart. It is also believed that a red ribbon tied to a dedicated banyan tree located within the Temple campus surely materializes his/her wishes. Located at a distance of about 47 Km from Golaghat district headquarter, the temple positions itself …

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Negheriting Shiv Mandir

An ancient temple dating back to rules of Ahom dynasty. Built by Ahom King, the Mandir (temple) is located on a small hilltop at a distance of about 30 Kms from Golaghat district headquarter. Locals consider this hill to be sacred place for them. Ornamented with scenic beauty of Negheriting tea garden, the panoramic beauty …

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Numaligarh

Located on NH 37 at a distance of about 45 Km from Golaghat district headquarter, Numaligarh is a historic place dating back to the days of Kachari and Ahom Kingdom. Once Ahom King Suhungmung annexed extant Numaligarh and started living with Kachari princess Numali and the entire place was tucked by fort (Garh in Assamese). …

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Aathkhelia Namghar

One of the prominent pilgrimage site in India was constructed by Ahom King Gadapani in 1681. Located at a distance of about 12 Km, Athkhelia Namghar was initially named as Athkhelia Hori Mandir in 1970 though it was renamed as Athkhelia Namghar owing to influence of Vaishnavism. It is believed that the namghar has tremendous …

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