Overview

Assam is the most populous state in Northeastern India, but it is the second-largest in terms of area after Arunachal Pradesh. Assam shares state borders with seven other states: Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram, Tripura, Meghalaya, and West Bengal. Assam also has two international borders: the Bhutan border to the northwest and the Bangladesh border to the south. According to the most recent census, Assam ranks 16th in terms of area in India and 15th in terms of population.

Northeastern India’s Assam region is a location of spectacular beauty and rich cultural legacy. It is tucked away amid lush surroundings. Known for its verdant tea gardens, powerful rivers, and varied fauna, Assam enthralls tourists with its breathtaking scenery. The state is home to a diverse range of cultures, with Assamese, Bengali, and indigenous groups contributing to the formation of its distinct character. Ancient temples, historical sites, and traditional villages that showcase the rich history and culture of the area are open for exploration by tourists. For those who love the outdoors, Assam is a haven, providing chances for trekking, river rafting, and animal safaris in its unspoiled wildness. Journey into the magical landscapes of the Northeast with Assam, a state known for its warm hospitality and timeless charm.

 

 

 

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