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Assam State Museum 

Assam State Museum near Dighalipukhuri houses several amazing specimens and antiques of the previous dynasties that even date back to the pre historic times. Several pre historic scultures, tools, paintings, crafts, wood works, costumes and artifacts belonging to the magnificent past of Assam are exhibited here. Many antiques, statues, scripts written on Shashi-paat and other valuable articles are also conserved in this museum. The reconstructed tribal huts, display of traditional musical instruments and weaving techniques here are very interesting.

Timing:  10 am to 5 pm. Mondays and IInd & IVth Saturdays are holidays.



Pandu is a suburb of Guwahati and is very important both religiously and in connection with tourism.  The place is associated with both Indian epics- Ramayana and Mahabharata. The Tila Hills here with its picturesque beauty attracts several tourists and so is the Pandunath Temple located. The five Ganesha idols here representing the five Pandava in Mahabharata along with several other idols are very famous.


Assam State Zoo Cum Botanical Garden 

Assam State Zoo cum Botanical Garden is at Hengerabari Reserved Forest in the city. Spread across 130 hectares of land it houses several rare and extinct species of wild animals and birds. The whiter tigers, rhinos, and swamp tapirs are exclusively associated with Assam State Zoo. It is an ideal place for a family entertainment.


Basistha Ashram

The ashram dedicated to the great Indian sage Vasishtha or Basistha located in the suburb of Guwahati attracts several tourists here. Sage Basista, who is associated with Ramayana is believed to have created this ashram on the beautiful Sandhyachal Hill. The ashram also houses his grave. The environment of the ashram is very tranquil and serene. The mountain rivers -Sandhya, Lalita and Kanta that flow near this Ashram lends a magically beautiful and magnetic environment to the spot


Bhubaneswari Temple

Located on the top of a hill, a 20 minutes walk from the bus stand will take you to this temple. The picturesque greenery and the captivating view of the sunset on the banks of River Brahmaputra attract a lot of tourists to this temple.


Kamakhya Temple 

This temple is located about 7 kms from the city on the Nilachal Hill. Goddess Kamakhya is worshipped here and it is one of the most sacred places of pilgrimage of Hindus in India. This temple is famous for the yearly 'Ambubachi Mela' in the middle of June.


Navagraha Temple 

Navagraha means the nine planets. This temple dedicated to the nine planets is located on Chitrachal Hill in the east of Guwahati. Astronomy and astrology were studied here in ancient days. The nine linga’s inside the temple symbolize the nine planets. The solar system is imprinted on stone inside the temple. Just 3 km from the railway station, it is the center of Astrological and Astronomical research even now. Guwahati was named Pragjyotishpura earlier due to this temple. 


Pan Bazaar 

This is the heart of Guwahati city. Digholy Pukhury, an artificial lake located here is a great family picnic spot. Pan Bazaar is home to several important establishments in the city Cotton and is also famous for its pharmaceutical shops, publications, museums, library, restaurants and bookshops.


Fancy Bazaar

This is an ideal shopping spot in Guwahati with a good number of textile shops and eateries. This region is historically important as this area previously housed the district jail that executed criminals and freedom fighters by the British.


Umananda Temple 

This Shiva temple was built in 1664 on the peacock island in the middle of the Brahmaputra. The belief is that Lord Shiva burnt Kamdeva using his 3rd eye at this place. Shivrathri is celebrated every year in a big way here. This island is one of the smallest human inhabited islands.


Ugro Tara Temple 

This temple is situated at the heart of the city banks of the twin ponds Joarpukhuri. This temple and its beautiful surroundings attract several tourists.


ISKCON Temple 

Part of the chain of temples by ISKCON society, this temple of Radha-Krishna is a major attraction of Guwahati. It is filled with thousands of devotees round the year.


Balaji Temple 

At Betkuchi area of the city, this is a newly constructed temple with striking South Indian architecture.


Janardhan Temple 

Located on the small hill of Shukleswar on the banks of Brahmaputra, this temple with a Buddha idol in the main hall attracts lot of tourists.


Srimanta Shankardev Kalakshetra

This is a must see in Guwahati. Named after the great Vaishnava saint and scholar of Assam, Srimanta Shankardeva, it is a versatile cultural complex to protect, promote and preserve the cultural legacy of the population and ethnic groups of Assam.


Guwahati War Cemetery

This is maintained by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission and is a memorial park among the nine cemeteries in India which has war graves of Japanese soldiers. The cemetery has 521 graves of soldiers from the United Kingdom, Canada, South Africa, New Zealand, Indian, Japanese and China.



Next to Srimanta Shankardev Kalakshetra, this is a lone crafts village of the North East Zone Cultural Center (NEZCC) to promote the varied arts and cultures of the local people. It has an open air stadium where cultural events are held regularly.


Nehru Park 

This is another must see for tourists. There are 45 concrete statues of various dance forms of Assam like Bihu, Ojapali, Deodhani, Jhumur, Bhoor tal etc.



This is a huge man-made tank at the heart of the city at Uzanbazar and encircled by the High Court, the State Museum and District Library. There is a boating club that offers boating in the lake.


Madan Kamdev Archaeological Site

Located about 35 kms from Guwahati, this is a famous tourist spot. The ruins of this site that dates back to 6th century were hidden in dense forests. It was explored in 1981. There are several temples of stones and bricks, stone sculptures etc which were in ruined state. Ruins of Madan-Kamadev temple is the most important among them.


Deepor Beel Birds Sanctuary 

Located close to the bustles of Guwahati city,this sylvan patch of land is a pleasant surprise with its lush greenery, idyllic bliss and water bodies. Spread across 4.14 sq km, it is an ideal spot for nature lovers.


Kharghuli Beach- This is Guwahati’s only beach and is a major crowd puller of the city. Still one can get a secluded corner here to enjoy the beauty of the surrounding land and waters.