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Tourist Attractions in Guwahati

Guwahati is the biggest city in the sate of Assam and also one of the most important destinations for the tourists visiting North-East India. The attractions in the city of Guwahati are innumerable and diverse. There are a large number of Hindu temples located in Guwahati. Kamakhya temple is the most important and famous temple located in Guwahati. Among all the tantrik shrines present in the world, Kamakhya temple is well-known as the most holy shrine.


The Kamakhya temple dates back to 10th century and is famous for the animal sacrifice ritual. Another popular temple is the Bhubaneshwari Temple, which is located at a higher altitude as compared to that of Kamakhya temple and provides a beautiful view of the city of Guwahati. Umananda Temple, which is dedicated to the Lord Shiva, is another important attraction located in the city. One can also visit the beautiful Navagraha Temple. This temple also known as the Temple of Nine Planets is believed to be the old seat of astronomy and astrology. The temple has a very interesting structure. The lingam, which is housed in dome shaped, is encircled by 9 stands that stand for nine planets. One can also visit the Guwahati Zoo, which is known to be the largest natural zoo in India.


There are various museums like State Museum, Forest Museum, Anthropological Museum and the Cottage Industries Museum located in Guwahati. One can also visit the Guwahati Planetarium, which is worth visiting. City Info : Guwahati is located along the banks of River Brahmaputra and is the largest industrial, commercial and educational city in the North-East region. Guwahati is also known as the gateway of north east. It is also the service center of the tea plantations and oil industry. Guwahati also holds the largest tea auctions.

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