Assam, India

India, the nation is serving the world with best tourist destination. Adventurous spots, sports events, holiday destinations, tourist packages, vacation spots and many additional things are there that people can do in India. People from abroad are coming frequently to various Indian tourist places to make their holidays special. In this article, we will discuss about the greenery province of India “ASSAM.”

Assam is the north-east state of India. This state played the vital role in the British ruling period, though the state faced lots of changes at regular intervals and because of such reason, some disturbance has been produced in recent times. The toughest period for ASSAM was India's independence struggle against British. The capital of Assam is Dispur specialized for education in the north-east side of India.

The nature beauty of Assam is world-famous as people are coming into the state at diverse intervals to make their holidays memorable. The tea gardens and Brahmaputra River are special, whereas there are countless historical monuments and holy places, which make the place more special for tourism. The famous Indian writer Shri Swami Vivekananda Ji said, “Assam is 2nd destination after Kashmir, covered with all natural beauties." The large amount of forest with wild animals is the specialty of the state. Visitors can take pleasure of wildlife in Assam. There are five big national parks in this state having numerous wild animals. Horned rhinos are originally founded at this Indian tourist place. People will get the option to observe one-horned rhinoceros, tiger, numerous species, and Asian elephant easily. Researchers from Discovery Channel and many other big social networks are reaching Assam regularly to create the inventory on forest and wild animals. Wildlife tourism is increased in the state in last few years.

As per geography, the state Assam is positioned at the south side of Himalaya Ranges. This beautiful state is surrounded by other big Seven States of India such as Nagaland, Meghalaya, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Tripura and Mizoram. This small state is also connected with two international borders such as Bhutan and Bangladesh.

Moving towards the North-East part of India travelers have to go through Assam as it is the gateway state of North-East Region.

Thats all about our Assam. Thanks - Raja Khan