The State of Assam is one of the most beautiful
regions of India.
There is hardly any other state which has greater
variet...
Assam is surrounded by six of other seven sister
states i.e Arunachal , Nagaland, Monipur , Mizoram,
Tripura, Meghalaya an...
According to kalika-purana the land was known as
Kamrupa
in early days. It was also known as
Pragjotishpur .
In earliest r...
In13th centery
Ahoms
from mymmar rules the state . They were
strong and intelligent rulers.
They travelled to the rest of ...
RANGHAR

TOLLATOL GHAR
KARENGHAR
They assamese give a lot of respect to their guests . To
pay their respect to a persons they present a
Gamusa
to him . It ...
They Welcome their guests withTamul and paan .
They also offer Tea .Horai(xorai)
another gift to honour a persons.
    The local language of Assam is
Assamese .
Its origin is in
Sanskrit.
Sattriya, or Sattriya Nritya is one among eight
principal classical indian dance traditions. Where as
some of the other tr...
The festivals of Assam are linked to agricultures. There
are called
Bihu
and are celebrated at different agriculture opera...
         Assam is very famous for the one
horned Rhinoceros .
Another heritage site are
Manas national park and Dibru shik...
      The Tezpur temple 
include temple sri 
mahabhairad mandir , 
holeshwar , da – parbatiya 
and agnigarh , the site of ...
     This powerful Shakti
Temple of
Mother Goddess Kamakhya
is situated on the top of the scenic
Nilachal
Hills overlookin...
The great Shiva temple is
situated on the
Peacock island
in the middle of the
Brahmaputra in Guwahati,
Assam
Founded by Sa...
The Sivadol stands on 
the bank of 
Borpukhuri tank in 
the heart of Sibsagar
          The early gate 
of kachari . 
        
Assam is the largest tea production state of
India .Assam tea is world famous for its
strength and flavour .
The ...
        
Assam is the largest tea production state of
India .Assam tea is world famous for its
strength and flavour .
The ...
Assam has the largest and old oil
refinary of Asia . It is situated in
Digbai , Tinsukia .
Srimanta Shankardeva
 was a 15th-16th 
century Assamese Vaishnavite
 saint-scholar, playwright, social-religious 
reformer...
Dr. Bhabendra Nath Saikia
was winner of Sahitya Academy award & Padma
Shri, novelist, student of science, researcher,
phys...
BishnuPrasad Rabha
is one of the pioneers of Assamese music and
art. A doyen of the Arts, he is popularly known as Kala
Gu...
FAMOUS PERSONS OF ASSAM
Anandaram Dhekial Phukan
(1829-1859)
lived only 30 years but in his short time he was one of the
p...
 The climate of Assam is
Wet
almost throughout the year .
It has a sub-tropical monsoon climate with an
average rainfall o...
Assam_the beautiful state of north_east India
Assam_the beautiful state of north_east India
Assam_the beautiful state of north_east India
Assam_the beautiful state of north_east India
Assam_the beautiful state of north_east India
Assam_the beautiful state of north_east India
Assam_the beautiful state of north_east India
Assam_the beautiful state of north_east India
Assam_the beautiful state of north_east India
Assam_the beautiful state of north_east India
Assam_the beautiful state of north_east India
Assam_the beautiful state of north_east India
Assam_the beautiful state of north_east India
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The State of Assam is one of the most beautiful regions of India. There is hardly any other state which has greater variety and colour in its natural scenery and in the cultural treasures of the people that inhabit it. It is situated in the north-eastern region of INDIA and touch a little bit of mighty Himalaya . Dispur is the capital of Assam and its situated in Guwahati

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  1. 1. The State of Assam is one of the most beautiful regions of India. There is hardly any other state which has greater variety and colour in its natural scenery and in the cultural treasures of the people that inhabit it.  It is situated in the north-eastern region of INDIA and touch a little bit of mighty Himalaya . Dispur is the capital of Assam and its situated in Guwahati
  2. 2. Assam is surrounded by six of other seven sister states i.e Arunachal , Nagaland, Monipur , Mizoram, Tripura, Meghalaya and also share two international borders with Bhutan andBangladesh There are 26 District of Assam . Its area is 78438 sq Km and population is 26,638,407 . Assam became a part of the India after the British occupied the region following the First Anglo-Burmese War of 1824–1826 .
  3. 3. According to kalika-purana the land was known as Kamrupa in early days. It was also known as Pragjotishpur . In earliest ruler of Assam was Narkasur established his own Naraka dynasty and his son Bhagadata mentioned in the Mahabharta of kurukshetra with is his army kiratas . Later on The Kachari kindom from Mongolia and upper part of China rules in Assam.
  4. 4. In13th centery Ahoms from mymmar rules the state . They were strong and intelligent rulers. They travelled to the rest of india and brought in Prists from ujjan , musicians from Lucknow and Hitorias from pattiputra to the courts
  5. 5. RANGHAR TOLLATOL GHAR
  6. 6. KARENGHAR
  7. 7. They assamese give a lot of respect to their guests . To pay their respect to a persons they present a Gamusa to him . It is Hand made cotton towelet which is embroidered on both ends. And worm around the neck.
  8. 8. They Welcome their guests withTamul and paan . They also offer Tea .Horai(xorai) another gift to honour a persons.
  9. 9.     The local language of Assam is Assamese . Its origin is in Sanskrit.
  10. 10. Sattriya, or Sattriya Nritya is one among eight principal classical indian dance traditions. Where as some of the other traditions have been revived in the recent past, Sattriya has remained a living tradition since its creation by the founder of Vaishnavism in Assam , the great saint Srimanta Sankardev in 15th century Assam
  11. 11. The festivals of Assam are linked to agricultures. There are called Bihu and are celebrated at different agriculture operation in january and april with music dance and marry making
  12. 12.          Assam is very famous for the one horned Rhinoceros . Another heritage site are Manas national park and Dibru shikhowa national park. Wild elephant ,leopard and various kind of birds etc are found here. An elephant festivals is held each year at kaziranga in the month of february . More than 300 elephants have races and play football.
  13. 13.       The Tezpur temple  include temple sri  mahabhairad mandir ,  holeshwar , da – parbatiya  and agnigarh , the site of  ancient battle between  Lord krishna and Lord  Shiva.
  14. 14.      This powerful Shakti Temple of Mother Goddess Kamakhya is situated on the top of the scenic Nilachal Hills overlooking the majestic river Brahmaputra. The temple of nine planets is situated on Chitrachal Hill in Guwahati, Assam. In ancient times, it was said to have been a great centre of study of astronomy and astrology.
  15. 15. The great Shiva temple is situated on the Peacock island in the middle of the Brahmaputra in Guwahati, Assam Founded by Sankardeva, the father of Assamese culture, the Institution of Satra is a unique feature of Vaishnavism in Assam. Satras are basically monasteries which propogate neoVaishnavism. They also became centres
  16. 16. The Sivadol stands on  the bank of  Borpukhuri tank in  the heart of Sibsagar           The early gate  of kachari . 
  17. 17.          Assam is the largest tea production state of India .Assam tea is world famous for its strength and flavour . The bushes can live for more than 100 year .
  18. 18.          Assam is the largest tea production state of India .Assam tea is world famous for its strength and flavour . The bushes can live for more than 100 year .
  19. 19. Assam has the largest and old oil refinary of Asia . It is situated in Digbai , Tinsukia .
  20. 20. Srimanta Shankardeva  was a 15th-16th  century Assamese Vaishnavite  saint-scholar, playwright, social-religious  reformer and a colossal figure in the  cultural and religious history  of Assam, India. He is credited with  providing a thread of unity. Sankaradeva  inspired bhakti in Assam just as  Guru Nanak, Ramananda, Kabir, Basava and  Chaitanya Mahaprabhu  inspired it elsewhere.
  21. 21. Dr. Bhabendra Nath Saikia was winner of Sahitya Academy award & Padma Shri, novelist, student of science, researcher, physicist, editor, short story writer and film director . He had a PhD in Nuclear Physics from the University of London and later taught at Gauhati University. He won many literary awards, including Sahitya Academy (1976), and was also recognised with the Padma Shri. Nalani bala Devi was best known female poet of her era. She was a noted Indian writer and poet of Assamese literature, known for nationalistic as well as mystical poetry. She was awarded the Padma Shri by the Government of India in 1957 for her contribution to literature, and 1968 she won the Sahitya Akademi Award given by Sahitya Akademi (India's National Academy of Letters) for her poetry collection Alakananda
  22. 22. BishnuPrasad Rabha is one of the pioneers of Assamese music and art. A doyen of the Arts, he is popularly known as Kala Guru among assamese peoples. He was a multifaceted artist and revolutionary singer of Assam. His music, today, is known as 'Bishnu Rabha Sangeet'. Laxminath Bezbarua the author of Assamese journal Jonaki (1889), which begins the period of modern assamese literature. Thus began the Jonaki period of Assamese literature. Laxminath Bezbaruah popularly known as Rasaraj(Some people says Roxoraj) or 'The King of Humour‘
  23. 23. FAMOUS PERSONS OF ASSAM Anandaram Dhekial Phukan (1829-1859) lived only 30 years but in his short time he was one of the pioneers of Assamese literature in the Arunodoi era who joined in the literary revolution initiated by Missionaries with his heart and soul. He regenerates assamese literature. Dr Bhupen Hazarika is an Indian singer, composer, lyricist, music director, and Filmmaker from Assam, a state in the north-eastern part of India. A multifaceted genius, he is a good poet, music composer,singer, actor, journalist, author and film-maker of the very highest repute. He is the only living pioneer of Assam’s film industry in the Northeast, and has been therefore, rightly hailed as the uncrowned king of NorthEastern India. cultural world
  24. 24.  The climate of Assam is Wet almost throughout the year . It has a sub-tropical monsoon climate with an average rainfall of around 1,500 mm per year. The daytime temperature in summer, the rainy season, rises to around 35ºC and in winter cools to 25ºC with a nighttime minimum of around 10ºC.

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