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ASSAM!!!

Assam is situated on the eastern-north side of India. It is located south of eastern Himalayas and river of Brahmaputra and Barak valleys. Assam is mainly the agricultural land, and hills in Assam decorate the state with their splendour. Assam has an area of total 78,550 sq km. The capital of Assam is Dispur and it’s a part of Kamrupan District. It is a small place and economically much sufficient of Assam and also a seat of Government of Assam. The state is divided into 27 Districts. The Assam city presents the variety and diverse culture. With all needed facilities, natural beauty. Assam city attracts many visitors with its beauty. Many cities of Assam bear the price of nature, Assam has a most wanted destination for tourists. Silchar, Dibrugarh, Guwahati, and Nagaon are the major and important cities in Assam.

Population

Assam presents an exclusive combination of many sects that habit rich land from long run time. The number of people living in Assam is 31,169,272 according to the census 2011. The growth of population in Assam is 16.93%. The population is a coming together of different races like Aryans, Negroids, Indo-Burmese, and Mongoloid. They have rich to each other and give a unique identity to the people of Assam.

Geography of Assam

Assam is situated at the gateway of Northeast India. Bangladesh does not connect Assam from conventional India. The state is surrounded in the North by Arunachal Pradesh, Bhutan in east and west by West Bengal. Assam divided into three districts, the Brahmaputra Valley in the north side, in south side Barak valley and hilly region sorting out two valleys.

Festivals of Assam

The main festival of Assam is the Rongali or Bihu. Its name derives from the Sanskrit Vishuvam when day and night are equal through the vernal equinox. Here spring season is a very beautiful and rich harvest. The festival celebrated in the month of mid-April, by the first month of Assamese calendar. The festival starts from 13 days of April also Bihu and Kangali Bihu celebrate.

Kaziranga National park

Kaziranga national park is the forever and lifetime aim to prove, capture the many different poses of rhinoceros. This national park situated on the bank wave Brahmaputra River which is the heart of Assam. The world famous variety as The Indian One Horned Rhinoceros. The Kaziranga forest covers 430 square km area with craggy reeds. Visitors experience the wonderful grazing Elephant grass by drawing the eyes from books of geography. Besides this mammal, shutterbugs eager to take snaps of herd elephant, gray-headed eagles, barasingha with water birds like herons, bar-headed goose, Bengal Florida and much more. The best time to visit here is from November to March to discover Kaziranga National Park one of the best tourist places in Assam.

Guwahati

Guwahati located on the Brahmaputra River, Guwahati city, is one of the fastest cities in India. Many other places in North East are also a hub for tourists.  The antique temples and the cityscape, wildlife sanctuaries, beauty of the Brahmaputra and its culture make it one of the best and most visited places in East North India. For everyone, there is something interesting like motorbike, rides, etc.

Weather of Assam

The climate of Assam is a naturally tropical monsoon, and rainfall type, high level of humidity and there is very heavy rainfall. Tourists enjoy here due to a sensible climate throughout the year with mild winters and warm summers. Season of monsoon the whole state comes together with the beautiful nature of beauty. Assam has a steamy climate with humid and hilly alpine type of climate. Mainly there are four distinct seasons Monsoon, summer, autumn, and winter. Best time to visit here in the season of winter. Winter season starts from October to April, which the festive season of Assam.

Summers

Summer season starts from March and extends till the end of June. The season is extremely humid with common showers. Average temperature during this time of the year is between 35 to 38-degree levels of mercury rise more than 35 degrees it is the hottest month of the year.

Monsoons

After the hot summers end, rainy season brings relief. The nearest areas of Mawsynram and Cherapunji have the highest rainfall in the world. The total annual rainfall in the state is nearby 70 inches in the east and west. Thunderstorms known as Bordoicila are very common.

Winters

Winter season starts from October to April which the festive of Assam. Winter season features by scarce rainfall and hazy mornings. In the season of winter temperature around 6 to 8 degree or 43 to 46 Fahrenheit. This is the best time to visit here in the north-eastern state of Assam.

Spring and autumn

Assam is situated on the eastern-north side of India. It is located south of eastern Himalayas and river of Brahmaputra and Barak valleys. Assam is mainly the agricultural land, and hills in Assam decorate the state with their splendour. Assam has an area of total 78,550 sq km. The capital of Assam is Dispur and it’s a part of Kamrupan District. It is a small place and economically much sufficient of Assam and also a seat of Government of Assam. The state is divided into 27 Districts. The Assam city presents the variety and diverse culture. With all needed facilities, natural beauty. Assam city attracts many visitors with its beauty. Many cities of Assam bear the price of nature, Assam has a most wanted destination for tourists. Silchar, Dibrugarh, Guwahati, and Nagaon are the major and important cities in Assam.

Population

Assam presents an exclusive combination of many sects that habit rich land from long run time. The number of people living in Assam is 31,169,272 according to the census 2011. The growth of population in Assam is 16.93%. The population is a coming together of different races like Aryans, Negroids, Indo-Burmese, and Mongoloid. They have rich to each other and give a unique identity to the people of Assam.

Geography of Assam

Assam is situated at the gateway of Northeast India. Bangladesh does not connect Assam from conventional India. The state is surrounded in the North by Arunachal Pradesh, Bhutan in east and west by West Bengal. Assam divided into three districts, the Brahmaputra Valley in the north side, in south side Barak valley and hilly region sorting out two valleys.

Festivals of Assam

The main festival of Assam is the Rongali or Bihu. Its name derives from the Sanskrit Vishuvam when day and night are equal through the vernal equinox. Here spring season is a very beautiful and rich harvest. The festival celebrated in the month of mid-April, by the first month of Assamese calendar. The festival starts from 13 days of April also Bihu and Kangali Bihu celebrate.

Kaziranga National park

Kaziranga national park is the forever and lifetime aim to prove, capture the many different poses of rhinoceros. This national park situated on the bank wave Brahmaputra River which is the heart of Assam. The world famous variety as The Indian One Horned Rhinoceros. The Kaziranga forest covers 430 square km area with craggy reeds. Visitors experience the wonderful grazing Elephant grass by drawing the eyes from books of geography. Besides this mammal, shutterbugs eager to take snaps of herd elephant, gray-headed eagles, barasingha with water birds like herons, bar-headed goose, Bengal Florida and much more. The best time to visit here is from November to March to discover Kaziranga National Park one of the best tourist places in Assam.

Guwahati

Guwahati located on the Brahmaputra River, Guwahati city, is one of the fastest cities in India. Many other places in North East are also a hub for tourists.  The antique temples and the cityscape, wildlife sanctuaries, beauty of the Brahmaputra and its culture make it one of the best and most visited places in East North India. For everyone, there is something interesting like motorbike, rides, etc.

Weather of Assam

The climate of Assam is a naturally tropical monsoon, and rainfall type, high level of humidity and there is very heavy rainfall. Tourists enjoy here due to a sensible climate throughout the year with mild winters and warm summers. Season of monsoon the whole state comes together with the beautiful nature of beauty. Assam has a steamy climate with humid and hilly alpine type of climate. Mainly there are four distinct seasons Monsoon, summer, autumn, and winter. Best time to visit here in the season of winter. Winter season starts from October to April, which the festive season of Assam.

Summers

Summer season starts from March and extends till the end of June. The season is extremely humid with common showers. Average temperature during this time of the year is between 35 to 38-degree levels of mercury rise more than 35 degrees it is the hottest month of the year.

Monsoons

After the hot summers end, rainy season brings relief. The nearest areas of Mawsynram and Cherapunji have the highest rainfall in the world. The total annual rainfall in the state is nearby 70 inches in the east and west. Thunderstorms known as Bordoicila are very common.

Winters

Winter season starts from October to April which the festive of Assam. Winter season features by scarce rainfall and hazy mornings. In the season of winter temperature around 6 to 8 degree or 43 to 46 Fahrenheit. This is the best time to visit here in the north-eastern state of Assam.

Spring and autumn

Spring starts from March-April and autumn from September-October. Present season with average temperature and rainfall. These are the trendy seasons for all tourists. It is neither too cold nor too hot, so there is no need to carry a special type of garment for the seasons. To visit Assam spring and autumn is the best seasons.

pring starts from March-April and autumn from September-October. Present season with average temperature and rainfall. These are the trendy seasons for all tourists. It is neither too cold nor too hot, so there is no need to carry a special type of garment for the seasons. To visit Assam spring and autumn is the best seasons.

Chikhaldara-The Famous Hill Station In Vidarbha

Chikhaldara is the famous hill station in Amaravati district of Vidarbha region. It is the only coffee growing area in the Maharashtra region. Chikhaldara also has beautiful lakes, breathtaking panoramic viewpoints, and exotic wildlife. This hill station located at an altitude of 1118 m. It is the best summer retreat for people of nearby areas.

Best time to visit Chikhaldara is from October to February. The atmosphere is cool in this period, and tourist can enjoy their scenic beauty of nature in a winter season. Mansoon starts from June, July, August, and September. During this four month, there is an experience of heavy rainfall.  The winter season starts from November to February and the average temperature in this season is 150C.

Summer season start from March, April and May this season is very hot in Chikhaldara and temperature goes between 320 C to 400 C  so avoid visiting Chikhaldara in summer.

There are many viewpoints all around the Chikhaldara. Such as Sunset point, Monkey point, Mozari point, Malviya Point. Prospects point, Panchol point, and Devi point. Each of them has different views, and visual treats to offer.

Places Visit Chikhaldara

Chikhaldara Wildlife Sanctuary

It flourishes in wildlife Sambars, Wild boar, sloth bears, and panthers even the rarely seen wild dogs. This sanctuary name after keechaka. The natural beauty of this place enjoys from Devi point, Prospect point, and Hurricane point.

Bhim Kund Overview   

It is a place located on the way of Chikhaldara to Paratwada, and it is 3500 m deep. In Mahabharata, it is said that Bhim killed Kichaka and threw him in this valley giving it the name Kichakdara. Then Bhim took a bath in the nearby lake, and it is thus called BhimKund.

Melghat Tiger Reserve

Melghat Tiger Reserve has 82 tigers and also has other animals like wild dogs, Sambhar, sloth bears. It situates in Chikhaldara in Dharni tehsil of Amaravati district. The tiger reserve 1676.93 sq-Km is one of the last Indian tigers in Maharashtra.

Bir Lake

The lake is used by British soldiers, and it is built in Basalt. Water was initially used for Chikhaldara tow. It also has an old garden which is not well maintained. The lake builds in British government rule.

Panchol Point

The Panchol point is 4KM from Bir Lake. The road is from Bir Lake to valley from the north side. The Panchol point is one of the famous place and central point of the area. It is the place where you hear at least 5 reflected sounds when you give out a voice that’s why this place is called Five eco point or Panchol Point.

Muktagiri:-

It is a place which is 25 KM from Chikhaldara. Muktagiri is a collection of 52 temples of the Jain religion all build on the mountain. There is waterfall provides a backdrop to the magnificent site.

Gwaligarh Fort Overview:-

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It is famous for its unique architecture with three gates an inner and an outer fort. It is one of the three forts in Chikhaldara. The place is 2 KM from Chikhaldara.

Amner Fort:-
Amner Fort
Amner Fort

It is 58 KM from Chikhaldara. It is situated beyond village ‘Kalamkhar’ near village Zilpi about 10 KM from Dharni on ‘BarhanpurRoad.’ The fort is constructed of burnt bricks and is located at the convergence of rivers Tapti, Sipna and Gadga.

Narnala Fort:-

The Narnala fort is 32 KM from Chikhaldara. A fort is a group of three forts namely Zafrabad, teliagarh and Narnala itself. Located on the hill of Satpuda this fort has great historical importance as it seen in many wars.