The land of the One Horned Rhino
Also known as Axom or Ahom, this fascinating state lazily spreads itself across the length of the gorgeous Brahmaputra Valley in East India. Famed for its one horned Rhino, this state continues to be among the most accessible among India’s North Eastern States.
Originally the dominant land consisting of all of North East India, after India’s Independence, Assam was divided into multiple smaller states.
Exquisite Experiences in the Lap of Mother Nature
One must have experience while in Assam is cruising down the mighty Brahmaputra river that takes you through the lush fertile lands of the region nearby. For tourists looking for an in-depth tour of the region, and explore the Kaziranga and Manas National Parks, the river acts as the most convenient mode of transportation into the remote areas of the state.
Awe-inspiring views in the form of endless rice fields along with manicured to perfection tea estates help create a picturesque environment worth spending a few days in. Tourists can also expect a pleasant surprise in its aromatic cuisines, exotic art scene that consists of energetic dance forms and some exquisite Hindu temples that add to the charm of the state.