Guwahati, the abode of the Nilachal Hills, the holy Kamakhya temple, World’s smallest habitat river island Umananda, and the mighty Brahmaputra, is an emerging city in the State of Assam, the land of Red Rivers and Blue Hills. A metropolitan in composition Guwahati city features all the advantages of an affordable and comfortable living. The city is youthful and cosmopolitan, with plenty to see and do.Standing at the gateway to North-East India, Guwahati is a preferred destination for aspirants of higher education. With Easy-to-access shopping centres, community markets, multiplexes, a beautiful beach by the river Brahmaputra, a café culture, affordable student accommodation and friendly residents, Guwahati offers a relaxed lifestyle with all the conveniences of city living. With a robust public transport service and private cab services, commuting in the city from any locality is hasslefree for students. The stunning natural beauty of the Deepor Beel Wildlife Sanctuary and Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary adds further charm to the City
It is the first rail-cum-road bridge constructed over the Brahmaputra River in Guwahati. Saraighat is a historical place where a fight between the Mughals and the Ahoms took place and the Ahoms triumphed. The Saraighat bridge is the vital link between North- East region and the rest of the country.
It is one of the major rivers in Asia. The Brahmaputra is an important river for irrigation and transportation. It has a rare male name while most rivers have feminine names.
It is located to the south -west of Guwahati city, in Kamrup district of Assam (India). It is a permanent freshwater lake, a former channel of the Brahmaputra River. It is also called a wetland. The Deepor Beel is reported to provide, direct & indirectnatural resources for the livelihood of fourteen indigenous villages(1200 families) located in its precincts.
The Assam State Museum is located in the southern end of Dighali Pukhuri pond which is located at the heart of the city. The exhibits of the Museum are displayed under different sections,such as Epigraphy, Sculptures. The sculptures from the Assam region fall into four principal categories- stone, wood, metal and terracotta, Natural History, Crafts, Folk Art & Arms section. The collections which are on display here, are very rare.