Peacock Island Temple in Assam – Umananda Temple Situated in the middle of the waterway the Brahmaputra in a Peacock island, Umananda Temple is simply on the opposite side of the well known Kachari Ghat in Guwahati, Assam. This Shiv sanctuary was built by the well known Ahom King Gadadhar Singha (1681 – 1696), who was the spouse of Sati Joymati an incredible passionate of Shaivite. The first sanctuary was hugely damaged by an overwhelming tremor of 1897. Afterward, it was recreated by a rich neighborhood shipper who recorded the inside piece of a Siva sanctuary with Vaisnavite slogans. In Assamese Uma implies Hindu goddess Parvati, the spouse of Shiva; and Ananda
4th Tallest Statue in India – Buddha Park of Ravangla Ravangla: otherwise called Rawangla or Ravongla – lies among Pelling and Gangtok is a community arranged at an altitude of 7000 ft in South Sikkim area of Sikkim. It is likewise the beginning stage for the trek to Maenam Wildlife Sanctuary. Buddha Park: The Buddha Park is close Ravangla in the Southern area of Sikkim. It was sanctified on 25 March 2013 by the fourteenth Dalai Lama and highlights a 130-foot high statue of the Buddha as its focal point. The site was picked inside the bigger religious complex of the Rabong Monastery which itself a centuries-old spot of a journey. Adjacent
Agnigarh – The Love Site of Northeast Agnigarh is a living testimony of the immortal love between Princess Usha and Prince Aniruddha. Situated in the North bank of the strong stream the Brahmaputra, the authentic and Hindu legendary spot Agnigarh which is otherwise called love site of Upper East is arranged in Tezpur town of Sonitpur region. The exacting importance of ‘a living arrangement in the midst of flame’. In Assamese, Agni implies Flame and Garh mean spot encompassed by dividers and together it spells as Agnigarh. Agnigarh is a verdant hillock which was at one time a fortification and at present is an astonishing slope garden with finished inclining yards and a
First Green Village in India – Khonoma Khonoma town is situated around 20 km from the state capital, Kohima. The town alluded to as Khwunoria (named after the Angami expression for a nearby plant, Glouthera fragrantisima), is evaluated to be around 700 years of age and is spread over a region of 123sq.km. The complete populace of the town is around 3000, settled in 600 family units. Khonoma is renowned for its woodlands and a remarkable type of horticulture, including the absolute most seasoned terraced development in the district. The landscape of the town is uneven, running from delicate slants to steep and tough slopes. The slopes are secured with lavish forestland,
Tea Gardens of Darjeeling If you ever want to visit and experience tea gardens then Darjeeling is a must visit the place. The gardens can be found within the city limits and also you will be able to see them as you travel around to visit nearby places. When I decided to go visit the gardens my driver took me to one of the nearby gardens and I was so happy, also the weather that day was pleasant enough to go around for a walk in the gardens as well. And as I reached a garden I get down the car, I was so excited that started walking and running towards to garden.