At 6 Micrograms, World Health Organisation qualifies Tezpur as India’s cleanest respiratory system.
The small city of Tezpur in Assam has become India’s cleanest respiratory system with indigenous communities and locals adopting green living by planting more trees, segregating waste and creating awareness on sustainable development. Towering trees and rich tea gardens are caressed by clean air and the local industry has cut back on the usage of coal to green energy. Making the air conducive to the people and environment of Tezpur.
Just 25 kms from Wild Mahseer, the ancient Tezpur town is nestled on the northern bank of the river Brahmaputra. Tezpur is famous as a seat of Assamese culture and overlooks the beautiful snow peaks of the Himalayas throughout the winter. Get transported to ancient history by visiting temples such as Mahabhairab Temple, Bhairabi Mandir, Haleshwar Temple, Shiv Mandir and many more! Also, visit the world famous Assam Silk Emporia, where muga silk is made in Sualkuchi. Assam silk denotes the three major types of indigenous wild silks produced in Assam—golden muga, white pat and warm eri silk.