Assam boasts of far-famed wildlife preserves from the famous Kaziranga Park that is home to the distinct One-Horned Rhinoceros to the Dibru-Saikhowa Park, the Manas Park, Nameri Park and the Pobitora wildlife Sanctuary. The biggest stream island called Majuli that is known for its Vaishnavite Sattras; the historic Sivasagar, famed for the traditional monuments of the Ahom Kingdom; the town of eternal romance, Tezpur and also the scenic tea estates dating back to time of British rule. The weather is usually sub-tropical and the state experiences the heavy Indian monsoon for which it homes one the best forest densities in India.
The winter months beginning October to mid-April works as the best months to visit Assam. The heritage of the Madan Kamdev works on the same principle as the Khajuraho that is found simply thirty km far from Guwahati. At Madan Kamdev, travellers can enjoy a visit to the ancient temple of Gopeswar Mandir set in an exceedingly remote village of Deuduar just close to Guwahati.
Assam features a made cultural pot of heritage going back to the Ahom Kingdom era that ruled the region for several centuries before the British occupation. Alternative notable options of places to visit in Assam embody the River, the mystery of the bird suicides in Jatinga, varied temples such as the well-known Kamakhya Temple of the Tantrik sect. or the ruins of palaces.
The Gurdwara Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur conjointly referred to as Damdama European at Dhubri in Assam is far-famed Gurudwara is set within the heart of the Dhubri city on the bank of the mighty river of this north-east Asian country. Guru Tegh Bahadur, the Holy Sikh Guru visited this place in 1505 and met Srimanta Sankardeva (the founding father of the Mahapuruxiya Dharma) because the Guru travelled from Dacca to the state. Guwahati, the capital town of state, boasts of several bazaars, temples, and wildlife sanctuaries that appeals to all tourists.