Assam, prevalently known as the land of the red river and blue hills, is the doorway to the northeastern part of India.
Few ancient tribal communities like Austroloids and Mongoloids originate from the state of Assam hence proving this states existence during the prehistoric periods.
Assam is made up of the luscious Brahmaputra hills, Barak plains, Cachar valleys and Mikir Mountains.
Assam today is one of the prosperous states of India generating high levels of revenues through an assortment of economic activities. Top notch quality of tea leafs in the world are obtained from the tea estates of Assam.
The high quality woods obtained from the dense forests of Assam are a general yet important input for the affluent furniture industries of Assam.
Every part of Assam has something exciting and incredible to offer stirring and rekindling imaginations.
It is one of the finest destinations in India where a wide variety of wildlife can be encountered.
Jorhat is a very peaceful and a well systematised city..it is not conjusted to live here.i have lived in jorhat for 21 years n i still want to be here for da rest of my life. Straight fwd people, clean and green,etc factors makes jorhat distinguishable and above all the knowledge city of assam. Though wid a little develpment, its a much better place to live in...
Tinsukia name came from Tinconia pukhuri dug out by King Sarvananda (Magura) earlier name was Bengmora, more earlier it was known as Changmai pother. Weather very hot from April to August in Tinsukia, rest very pleasant, easy to travel from here to anywhere to country, girls are more beautiful here, agree crops available. People are very cordial to everyone.