Guwahati- A Gateway to Northeast India

A Gateway to Northeast India

Guwahati is considered as the largest urban area in the entire Northeast, India. It is the fastest growing city in India which is situated in the south bank of the river Brahmaputra.

It is the rapidly growing second largest metropolitan city in Eastern India after Kolkata and it has a population of more than 1.8 million with an area of over 360 sq. km.

Guwahati is considered as the largest urban area in entire Northeast India. It is the fastest growing city in India which is situated in the south bank of the river Brahmaputra.

It is the rapidly growing second largest metropolitan city in Eastern India after Kolkata and it has a population of more than 1.8 million with an area of over 360 sq. km.

Guwahati’s speciality is tea. As we all heard about the ‘Assam Green Tea’ which is famous all over the world, which is manufactured and processed in Guwahati.

Guwahati is also famous for itsHandlooms and Handicrafts as they have Assam silk and Golden silk “Muga” which is also world famous and also acquires a huge range of colourful designer local dress named as “Mekhela Chadar”.

Guwahati is also attracted by its many tourist spots such as Shillong, which is a small old hill station established by the British.

Balaji Temple, which is a replica of the temple in TirupatiDeepor Beel, a wetland, which is a bird watchers’ paradise where all the migratory birds come down.Kamakhya Temple, which attracts the visitor and devotees of all over the world.

Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary, which is famous for its “one-horned rhino”. Guwahati is also famous for its many resorts, shopping malls, parks, museums, planetarium and also the banks of river Brahmaputra.

Guwahati have a diverse wildlife including rare animals like Asian Elephants, pythons, tigers, rhinoceros, gaurs and endangered birds. It has a humid subtropical climate with an average annual temperature of 22oC.

Guwahati has its airport in Borjhar popularly known as Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport.

It also served by North East Frontier Railway, which has major two stations atKamakhya and Guwahati Junctions.

Apart from many other places in Guwahati, GS road is considered as a hub for all commercial, retail and wholesale stores for all top brands such as Pantaloons, Westside, Wills Lifestyle, Zara, Skipper, Puma, Reebok, Van Heusen, Biba, Sohum Emporio, etc.

The average prices of the properties in Guwahati range from Rs. 2900 to 3200 per sq ftaccording to the locations. For example, a 2BHK in Rehabari will cost you around 59 to 61 lakhs.

Many builders are also growing rapidly in Guwahati such as Subham Regency, Prime Properties N Realtors, SS Builders, Agrim Infraproject etc.

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