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Pakhui Wildlife Sanctuary or Pakke Tiger Reserve

Declared as Wildlife Sanctuary in 1977, Pakuhi Wildlife Sanctuary lies in the foothills of Eastern Himalayas in West Kameng District of Arunachal Pradesh and was renamed as Pakke Tiger Reserve in 2002. Sprawling over an area of nearly 862 Sq. Km with plethora of species of flora and fauna, the sanctuary houses nearly 600 species …

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Nag-Sankar

Located at Chatia of Biswanath Chariali in Sonitpur district, Nagasankar temple is believed to have been constructed in 4th century. The road silently leading you to the temple with green paddy fields is a beauty to enjoy the rural feeling. This Lord Shiva temple complex sprawling over few acres has a pond housing turtles and …

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Singri Temple

Having reference in Kalikapuran as Shringatak, Singri temple is located at Dhekiajuli at a distance of about 45 Km from Tezpur town. Lord Shiva is worshipped in this temple. Interestingly, the Shiva Linga worshipped here remains under water for which the temple is also known as “Gupteshwar”. Locals believe that one can attain penance on …

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Da Parbatia

Located at a distance of just few kilometers away from Tezpur town, Da Parbatia is also an archaeological site. The findings consequent to excavation during 1924 and 1989-1990 infers to be a form of temple complex having influence of Gupta School of Architecture.

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Bamuni Hills

An archaeological site on small hillock called Bamuni Hills is located on the bank of the river Brahmaputra. The beautiful sculptures of Bamuni hills dates back to ninth century. The blend of panoramic glimpse of the mighty river Brahmaputra from the hill top with classic yet exemplary artistic finesse makes the place worth visiting. The …

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Hazara Pukhuri

A large pond covering an area of nearly 70 acres was excavated by Harzari Varma in ninth century. This ancient pond has now become habitation area for various types of birds. Nice to see the colourful birds wriggling in the waters of the pond.

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Sonai Rupai Wildlife Sanctuary

Located in the foothills of Himalayan Ranges, the sanctuary is at a distance of about 52 Km from Tezpur. Declared as wildlife sanctuary in 1998, the sanctuary hosts tigers, rhinoceros etc. which are prominent among the wild animals found in the sanctuary. The sanctuary also hosts reptiles like Python and Russell’s viper. So it is …

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Bura Chapori Wildlife Sanctuary

Located at a distance of about 30 Km from Tezpur and 10 Km from Nameri National Park, the wildlife sanctuary is sprawling over an area of 44.06 Sq. Km. The beautiful sanctuary houses plethora of flora and fauna. Some of the notable animals found here are one horned rhinoceros, wild buffalo, pig, tiger etc. The …

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Nameri National Park

Located at a distance of about 35 Km from Tezpur, Nameri National Park is sprawling over an area of nearly 212 Sq. Km. On the foothills of Arunachal Pradesh, the park shares boundary with Pakuhi Wildlife Sanctuary of Arunachal Pradesh. The beautiful river, Jia Bharali, with its crystal clear water adds to the beauty of …

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Mahabhairab Temple

The sacred Lord Shiva Temple, believed to have been constructed by King Banasura is located in the heart of Tezpur. The Shiva Linga of the Mandir is believed to have been made of Living Stone which grows every year.

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