Tezpur, Assam, India

Tezpur

Tezpur

Assam, India

One of the most beautiful towns in North East India, Tezpur has exquisitely partnered itself with the urban community of mankind and nature’s scenic sights. A fast developing city, Tezpur is called Assam’s cultural capital and happens to be one of the most favored tourist spots in the state as well. Owing to its gorgeous hillocks, gardens and parks, its rich cultural heritage and excellent accommodation option, the city is no less of the core of Assam. Here’s a travel guide to help you find your way around as regards Tezpur tourism.

Tezpur Travel Tips

The city of Tezpur serves Assamese Cuisine and most of their food is dried & fermented, especially vegetables, as they believe it adds to the nutritional value of their food. Some of Assam’s signature dishes include Khar made of sun dried banana skin, Narasingh Masor Jhol, Pokori, Pura, and Pitika. Further, the Assamese Thall/Platter is not to be missed for an assortment of rice, fish, vegetables, lentil and salad dishes.

Tezpur Facts

Tezpur is a city and urban agglomeration in Sonitpur district, Assam state, India. Tezpur is located on the banks of the river Brahmaputra, 175 kilometres northeast of Guwahati, and is the largest of the north bank cities with a population exceeding 100,000 as per Metropolitan Census 2011.

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Chitralekha Udyan

Cole Park, Tezpur is a very picturesque park near the centre of Tezpur. It has recently been renamed as Chitralekha Udyan although both names are synonymous. The name is after a famous character in Agnigarh Aniruddha-Usha love story It...

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Chitralekha Udyan

Agnigarh

Legend has it that this fortress was surrounded by fire at all times so that nobody could go in or out of the perimeter without permission. Usha fell in love with Aniruddha in her dreams, not knowing that he was the grandson of Krishna. Her...

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Agnigarh

Nag-Sankar Temple

According to one belief, the Nagsankar temple was built by a King called Nag Sankar from Lohitya dynasty in the late 4th century. Nagsankar reigned eastern Kamarupa (ancient name of Assam) in 378 AD. He was a great king and sent his representatives t...

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Nag-Sankar Temple
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