Tuesday, September 17, 2013


A beautiful land known for its rich culture heritage,scenic beauty of mountains and rivers,flora and fauna is  Assam..a home of many ethnic groups,rich in folk music where traditional instruments are used.The mighty Brahmaputra also known as the Red River  has been always a source of inspiration to all the people of Assam and me too because its my own State which brings back such wonderful memories and would love to tell you about it all...

  1. Drape yourself in the hand woven sensuously soft Assam silk and Muga silk with exotic kapao phool in your hair,the tantalizing fragrance  which  will transport you to new heights of fantasy and Romance.
  2. Revel in the monsoon ecstasy,an exquisite raindrops caress from your head to toe, drenched yourself in it and the smell of wet earth entering your senses like never before.
  3. Thrill to the sights and sound of the unknown as you glide around along the paddy fields,the grazing cattle head home wards,head swaying side to side and bells ringing in unison or you track the mountain where wild flowers and the symphony of birds around you arouses the wild streak in you.
  4. Indulge in the luscious soft coconut sweet laroos,til pitha,doi-cheera and many more in traditional bell metal utensils.
  5. Slice your way through the magical waterways in the mighty River Brahmaputra and explore the beauty of sun- rise and sun-set.  
  6. Ride a adventurous jungle safari in Elephant and feel on the top of the world in World famous Kaziranga National Sanctuary for one-horned Rhinos. 
  7. Unwind totally in the warmth of the green leaves that seeps through you in the tea gardens of Assam.
  8. Spend a stimulating night in the arms of Manas National Sanctuary,sharing deep secrets of nature as woody aroma of trees and flowers surrounds you with night breeze.
  9. A divine blessing of Goddess Kamakhya in Guwahati.A Hindu temple dedicated to the mother goddess Kamakhya, one of the oldest of the 51 Shakti Pithas, ... greatest shrines of the Shakti Tantric cult.
  10. Last but not the least,step into the dance as the pulsating rhythm of throbbing dhol,pepa and gagana with bihu geet.....



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