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Map of Assam Kokrajhar Chirang Baksa Udalguri Sonitpur Lakhimpur Dhemaji Tinsukia Dibrugarh Sivasagar Jorhat Golaghat Karbi Anglong Nagaon Dima Hasao Cachar Hailakandi Karimganj West Karbi Anglong Morigaon Kamrup Metropolitan Kamrup Nalbari Barpeta Goalpara Bongaigaon Dhubri MEGHALAYA WEST BENGAL ARUNACHAL PRADESH NAGALAND MANIPUR MIZORAM TRIPURA BANGLADESH MYANMAR CHINA BHUTAN
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Assam, a northeastern state of India has Dispur as its capital.

It is divided into 33 districts and consists of northern Brahmaputra valley, the middle Karbi and Cachar hills and the southern Barak Valley.

Assam is a multi-etnic society. Forty Five different languages are spoken by various communities of Assam.The flora, fauna, wildlife and rivers of Assam have great natural beauty to offer to tourists.

There are also many lodging facilities and hotels. It is also famous for its finest and some of the most expensive teas in the world.

It is also an important producer of natural gas and crude oil. Real estate and Tourism also lend their share in its economy.

Asom State Information

Date of formation1912 (Assam Province - British India), 15 August 1947
GovernorShri Banwarilal Purohit
Chief MinisterShri Sarbananda Sonowal
Tourist attractionsKamakhya temple, Umananda (Peacock Island), Navagraha (temple of nine planets), Basistha Ashram, Dolgobinda
FestivalsBihu, Sivaratri Mela, Baishagu
Major dance and music formsBihu
Arts and craftsJappi (traditional hat), toys made of clay, cork, wood and bamboo. Satras or monasteries to preserve art and culture.
LanguagesAssamese, Bodo, Karbi, Bengali
Size78,438 sq. kin
Population (Census 2011)31,205,576 (Census 2011)
RiversBrahmaputra, Manas, Subansiri, Sonai
Forests and wildlife sanctuariesKaziranga NP, Manas NP, Orang Sanctuary
State animalOne-horned rhinoceros
State birdWhite winged wood duck
State flowerFoxtail orchid
State treeHollong
Major cropsRice, jute, tea
FactoidsTezpur was called the 'city of blood' after a mythical battle between Shiv and Vishnu filled it with blood.
No. of District 33

Blogs about Assam
Assam's Majuli Becomes India's First River Island District
Majuli – World’s Largest River Island – Is Now A District : At first, there seems to be hardly anything special about Majuli Island. A nondescript 875 square kilometre riverine island in the middle of the Brahmaputra River. This beautiful island in Assam has made it to the news regularly in recent times, though. On 1 September, 2016, Majuli found a place in the Guinness World Records when it was declared the world's largest river island, displacing the Marajo island of Brazil, which previously held the record.…
Assam Becomes First State to Pass GST Bill
Assam – The First State to Approve the GST BILL : The GST Bill (Goods and Services Tax Bill), officially known as The Constitution (122nd Amendment) Bill, 2014 is a comprehensive indirect tax on manufacture, sale and consumption of goods and services in India. The single pan-India tax will replace the excise duty, countervailing duty and service tax, as also state taxes such as value added tax, entry tax and luxury tax. Read : Impact of GST on Various Sectors and Common Man The Central and…
Floods in Assam - Causes Effects and Solutions
Why India Can’t Afford to Ignore Assam Flood Situation : Assam is once again submerged in floods, an annual feature that people of the state have been living with ever since time immemorial. Year after year, it’s a repeat of loss of life, damage to crop and property, and loss of cattle and wildlife, but does it have to be this way? We take great pride in claiming how far India has come since independence and yet, when it comes to Assam, the nation simply…
Haflong Hillstation Assam
Haflong: Assam’s Beautiful Hill Station : Most of north east India is hilly and breathtaking views of deep valleys are only to be expected. But Assam is a state largely made up of rolling plains. Haflong Hill is the only hill station in the state. Often referred to as White Ant Hillock, Haflong is best known for its picturesque views and rich cultural legacy. Serene and calm and at the same time rustic and wild, Haflong near Silchar is a tourists'…
Madan Kamdev Temple photos
Madan Kamdev Temple: The Mini Khajuraho in Assam : While most of us are aware of the Khajuraho temple, not many of us know that we have a similar temple in Assam. In fact, the erotic sculptures in the Madan Kamdev temple have made it known as the Mini Khajuraho of the Northeast India. This temple, just 40 km away from Guwahati, is situated atop a hill by the name of Dewangiri in Kamrup district. The Madan Kamdev temple is a place of utmost…

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Last Updated on : March 7, 2017



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