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Kaziranga Elephant Festival by the Tourism & Forest Department, Assam

Kaziranga Elephant Festival by the Tourism & Forest Department, Assam

The Kaziranga Elephant Festival is an internationally popular event. The event is held in globally known as the National Park of Kaziranga in Assam. SPONSOR The Government of Assam sponsors this Festival. The event is jointly managed by the Tourism and the Forest Department of Assam. VENUE This Festival is… Read more »

Raimona National Park in Assam! Home of Flora and Fauna

Raimona National Park in Assam! Home of Flora and Fauna

Raimona National Park Raimona National Park is located in the extreme western part of Assam, India. It spread across Gossaigaon and Kokrajhar subdivisions of the Kokrajhar district of BTR. The area is located along the Himalayan foothills and together with Phibsoo Wildlife Sanctuary of Bhutan and Buxa Tiger Reserve of… Read more »

Kaziranga National Park a World Heritage Site in Assam

Kaziranga National Park a World Heritage Site in Assam

The Kaziranga National Park is a UNESCO world heritage site. The authorities concerned declared the vast bio-diverse area as a ‘National Park’ in 1974. Nomenclature: The nomenclature of ‘Kaziranga’ has been adopted from the name of a Karbi ruler. According to Karbi mythology, she ruled in this area during the… Read more »

Gamosa a colourful ‘japi’ symbol of the indigenous Assamese people

Gamosa a colourful ‘japi’ symbol of the indigenous Assamese people

The ‘Gamosa’ (also called ‘Gamusa’) along with the colourful ‘japi’ is one of the symbols of the indigenous Assamese people of Assam. Assam is one of the eight north-eastern of the Indian States of India. TERMINOLOGY The Assamese term ‘gamosa’ has been derived from two words – ‘ga’ connoting body;… Read more »

Magh Bihu an annual agrarian festival celebrated in Assam

Magh Bihu an annual agrarian festival celebrated in Assam

The Magh Bihu is an annual agrarian festival celebrated in Assam and several other northeastern states of India. Also known as ‘Bhogali’ Bihu, it marks the end of the season of harvesting. Nomenclature Since this festival is observed in the Assamese lunar month of ‘Magh’, it is known as ‘Magh… Read more »