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About Assam

Assam is a one of the Seven Sisters Northeastern state in India. Famously known as Tea Land & One-horned Rhino State. Apart from that Assam is a naturally riched state. With greenery and the Brahmaputra river flowing through the middle of Assam makes it perfect for wildlife and tea plantation.

Assam is also famous for Kamakhya Temple at the hilltop of Guwahati. With 33 districts, Assam is in the middle of all Northeastern states.

Assam is also famous for its silk. The state was also the first site for oil drilling in Asia.

Assam is bordered by Bhutan and Arunachal Pradesh to the north; Nagaland and Manipur to the east; Meghalaya, Tripura, Mizoram, and Bangladesh to the south; and West Bengal to the west via the Siliguri Corridor. At the south falls the eastern Himalayas along the Brahmaputra and Barak River valleys.

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Wiki facts on Assam

State: Assam
Country: India
Capital: Dispur
City: Guwahati
No. of Districts: 31 (2023)
Area: 78,438 sq km
Latitude: 24°N – 28°N
Longitude: 90 E° – 96 E°
Statehood: 26 January 1950
Language: Assamese
Population: 35M+
Tea: Prominent (World’s largest tea producer)
Culture: Vibrant
Festival: Bihu
Popular Silk: Muga (Golden silk)
River: Brahmaputra
Parks: Kaziranga, Manas (UNESCO sites)
Dance: Bihu
Industry: Tea (Global supplier), Handicrafts
Temples: Kamakhya
Heritage: Ahom dynasty
Climate: Humid
Scenic: Landscapes
Ethnicity: Multicultural
Dialects: Diverse
Agriculture: Rice, Tea
Hills: Blue, Barail
Plateaus: Karbi Anglong
Flowers: Orchids, Rhododendrons
Fauna: One-horned Rhino
Cuisine: Assamese, Fish
Music: Borgeet, Zikir
Monuments: Rang Ghar
Crafts: Bamboo, Pottery
Borders: Bhutan, Bangladesh
Crops: Jute, Sugarcane
Economic Zones: Brahmaputra Valley
Folklore: Burhi Aair Sadhu
Habitats: Grasslands, Wetlands
Tourism: Kaziranga Safari
Hill Stations: Haflong

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