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Mayong

Located in Morigaon district near Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary and on the bank of river Brahmaputra, Mayong was once famous as Land of Black Magic. More than that, Mayong has plethora of unexplored archaeological sites. The villages like Chanaka and Kachosila has their own historic significance besides archeological treasures at scattered locations of Mayong. When you …

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Sivakunda

An exotic waterfall that is sure to spellbound you and compel you to ponder over the creation of God. Sivakunda is a waterfall located on the Amsoi hills which is 10 Km drive from NH37. The crystal clear waters after traversing over the rocks gushes down from an adequate height casting an enchanting picturesque. 

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Asia’s largest dry fish market

The Asia’s largest wholesale market of dry fish is located in Jagiroad of Morigaon district. The market caters to the need of all Northeastern states and in addition, the market also supplies its product to countries like Singapore, Bhutan, Myanmar and other South Asian countries. The market gets input of products from West Bengal, Gujarat, …

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Kachasila

An ancient Temple dating back to 9th century is situated atop Kachasila hills, just few kilometres away from Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary. The temple has idols of Lord Shiva and Goddesses Parvati though large numbers of idol of Lord Ganesha can also be seen here. When you are at top of the hill, you give yourself …

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Deosal Shiv Temple

As the locals believe, this is the temple where Lord Rama left her better half Goddesses Sita. Locals also believe that this ancient Temple, now renovated, was Ashram of Valmiki. Located at a distance of about 4 Km from Jagiroad on National Highway 37 the temple complex gets more vibrant during Shivaratri.

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Sitajakhala

An ancient Temple located on a hilltop on the bank of the river Killing has mythological stories related to it. The temple complex houses many idols of Goddesses Sita and Lord Hanuman on the walls of the Temple. Locals believe that the rock cut staircase (Jakhala in Assamese) was constructed by Valmiki for movement of …

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Pobitora

Located in just 50 Km away from Guwahati, Pobitora is a wild life sanctuary sprawling over an area of 38.8 Sq. Km and has swampy marshy land facilitating habitation of wild animals. The drive from Guwahati to Pobitora alongside river Brahmaputra itself is panoramic. Declared as Wildlife Sanctuary in 1987, Pobitora is famous for endangered …

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