This is the most important festival of the Kamakhya temple in Guwahati and is held every year during monsoon (mid-June).
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Assam, a name some scholars claim was derived from the Sanskrit word asomameaning “peerless” or “unparalleled”, is located south of the eastern Himalayas and is home of
Rangapara, in north central Assam, is a beautiful 45-minute drive from Wild Mahseer through tea estates in the direction of the Thakur Bari Planters Club.
Da-Parbatiya, a few kilometers outside Tezpur, has within its limits the ruins of the oldest temple in Assam consisting of the remains of a brick temple of Siva from the Ahom pe
1 km east along the Brahmaputra River is the hill of Agni Garh, a famous battlefield featured in the epic Mahabharata which dates back to hundreds of years BC.
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