Guwahati, in Assam, is a place that some 900,000 people call home.
It’s located approximately 330 miles (531 kilometers) away from Kolkata and about 410 miles (660 kilometers) from Kathmandu Valley, Nepal.
Some of the most viewed historical sites in and around Guwahati are the religious buildings that have faithfully stood here for generations. Get an insight into the original construction methods of the Kamakhya Temple and the Umanada Temple as you admire the old buildings.
To browse through stores and buy some souvenirs, set out to visit Pan Bazaar and Fancy Bazaar. These two are amongst the most popular retail hubs for fashion and food buffs who have time to spare in Guwahati.
Prepare to learn and be amazed in Guwahati when you step through the doors of the Srimanta Sankaradeva Kalakshetra. Savor the peace and quiet, ask the staff about any temporary displays, buy something from the gift shop or just admire the treasures of the past.
As well as urban parks, the local city also has some larger nature preserves where families can enjoy beautiful landscapes and local wildlife. Go for a long walk in Manas National Park and enjoy being out in nature and away from the urban streets.