Known as 'Island of Peace' in the North-Eastern side of the country, Silchar is the district-headquarter of Cachar in the Indian state of Assam. Initially, this place was used as the port for anchoring the ships for the British. Silchar is the place where the Britishers established the first ever polo-ground in India.
The climate of Silchar is tropical in nature. A requisite amount of rainfall is received by Silchar and at times, flood-like conditions arise due to the overflow of rivers. The average temperature of Silchar during summer remains 37°C and 23°C during winters. The winter season the right time to enjoy the splendid beauty of Silchar.
The list of the tourist attractions in Silchar includes the names like ISKCON Temple, Bhubhan Temple, Khaspur, Gandhi Bagh, Kancha Kali Temple and Maniharan Tunnel are frequented by the people. There are some tea estates in Silchar as well that produce the finest tea in the vicinity of the district.