• Bangladesh Is a Country of Rivers Related with India
    the three rivers: the Ganges, the Brahmaputra and the Meghna. "There are more than 300 rivers in Bangladesh of which 57 are transboundary rivers. Out of the 57 transboundary rivers, 54 are common with India and remaining 3 with Myanmar," says the Joint Rivers Commission of Bangladesh. The Ganges...
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  • About Guwahati
    the river Brahmaputra bisecting the city into two halves, the city represents a miniature Assam complete with a collection of all inhabitants, their lifestyles and their dependence on the mighty river. However, the presence of mighty Brahmaputra carving its way through the city makes for a romantic...
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  • Assam
    ------------------------------------------------- Assam - "The Land of Red Rivers and Blue Hills" THE LAND Stretched out like a soaring bird, Assam is comprised of three main geographical areas: the Brahmaputra Valley, the Barak valley and the North Cachar Hills. Assam has unspoiled natural...
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  • 6 Places to Visit in Inida
    birthplace of Mahatma Gandhi. Peculiarly situated at the meeting point of the Gomti River and the Arabian Sea, the sacred town of Dwarka is another important pilgrimage site that most visitors to Gujarat do not miss. ASSAM Guwahati Situated on the banks of the alluring river Brahmaputra, Guwahati...
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  • Beautiful Bangladesh
    . These picturesque geographical boundaries frame a low lying plain of about 1,47,570 square kilometer criss-crossed by innumerable rivers and streams. Mighty rivers are the Padma (Ganges), the Brahmaputra (Jamuna) & the Meghna and the Karnafuli. Bangladesh offers many tourist attractions, including...
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  • Ganga Project
    distributary of the Brahmaputra. Further downstream, the Padma joins the Meghna River, the second largest distributary of the Brahmaputra, and takes on the Meghna's name as it enters the Meghna Estuary, which empties into the Bay of Bengal. The Ganges Delta, formed mainly by the large, sediment-laden...
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  • My Trip on the Ganges River
    die in hope that they will go to paradise. I should point out that the river is only sacred to Hindus. It was interesting to find out that each year, thousands of Hindu pilgrims visit such holy cities as Benares and Allahabad along the banks of the Ganges. They go there just to bathe in the river...
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  • Sunderban
    Sundarbans National Park India Sundarbans National Park in India is one of the world's largest deltas and the mangrove forest formed by the confluence of three rivers- the Ganga, the Brahmaputra and the Meghna- covering an area of 2,585 sq km wildlife sanctuary, which extends into Bangladesh too...
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  • Manas Wildlife Sanctuary
    named after the serpent goddess Manasa. The Manas river is a major tributary of Brahmaputra River, which passes through the heart of the national park presenting one of earth's most timeless vistas. The Park has vast deciduous forests where the dense cover often cuts out the light. Manas National Park...
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  • A Report: Synopsis
    . Elevation ranges from 40 m (131 ft) to 80 m (262 ft). The park area is circumscribed by the Brahmaputra River, which forms the northern and eastern boundaries, and the Mora Diphlu, which forms the southern boundary. Other notable rivers within the park are the Diphlu and Mora Dhansiri. Kaziranga has flat...
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  • Traveling Tips for Peace Travel
    Assam Bird Watching Tour Assam is a Northeastern Indian state surrounded by Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram and Meghalaya. The region is mostly hilly with prime rivers Brahmaputra and Barak provide greenery and rustic flora and fauna. Assam tourism is mostly tagged with its distinct wildlife...
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  • Wetlands of Assam
    visit to the Beel area in the outskirts of Guwahati. 3. Deepor Beel, Guwahati, Assam Deepor Beel (Beel means wetland or large aquatic body in Assamese) located about 10 km southwest of Guwahati city is considered as one of the large and important riverine wetlands in the Brahmaputra valley of...
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  • Geogpraphy as Level Rivers Revision Notes
    filling of river channels. Where this spills onto the floodplain much sediment can be deposited, damaging crops. • River Floods – mainly caused by meltwaters from the Himalayan Mountains and heavy monsoon rains. Where the Brahmaputra and the Ganges meet, heavy levels of discharge breach embankments...
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  • assam tourism study
    ponds 3. Tezpur 137 Ruins of an ancient capital of the Mahabharata time, famous for the love story of Usha-Anirudha Source: Directorate of Tourism, Guwahati (d) Others 7. Guwahati: Situated on the bank of the mighty river Brahmaputra, it is a fast growing metropolis. Though unplanned, it...
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  • Hulu
    more details visit our website www.countryclubindia.net or www.countryclubindia.net For more details of hotels visit our website www.countryclubholidays.com ZING - the ultimate clubbing experience (Rs.60000/-)- Qualifies you to the following rewards and benefits: • This is life...
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  • Essay
    .  National Waterways of India  N. W. No. 1: Ganga River (Allahabad to Haldia, 1620 km.)  N.W. No. 2: Brahmaputra River (Sadia to Dhubri, 891 km.)  N. W. No. 3: West Coast Canal (Kottampurma–Komman– Udyogamandal and Champakkara, 205 km.)  Other inland waterways  East–West Canal  Damodar Valley...
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  • Tourism in Assam: Status and Prospects
    Nilachal hills, the ancient Siva temple Umananda situated on the Peacock island in the middle of the river Brahmaputra, the Navagraha temple, Srimanta Sankardeva Kalakshetra, Vaisisthashram (founded by famous sage Vaisistha amidst grand natural beauty), 4. Sualkushi: 32 km from Guwahati, known as the...
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  • Introduction of Tourism
    . Loktak in Manipur is considered to be largest fresh water lake in the country. The Brahmaputra is the life line of the Northeast , like Mekong river it also offers tremendous tourism opportunities. Brahmaputra is also called the ‘Lohit’ – the red river. Along the Brahmaputra in the Plains of Assam...
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  • Tourism in India
    British occupation. Other notable features include the Brahmaputra River, the mystery of the bird suicides in Jatinga, numerous temples including Kamakhya Temple of Tantric sect. 'Gurdwara Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur also known as Damdama Sahib at Dhubri '- This famous Gurudwara is situated in the heart of...
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  • The Land of Breathtakingly Beautiful Sunrise
    . Under Chinese sovereignty claim, West Kameng falls under the jurisdiction of Cuona County of Shannan Prefecture of the Tibet Autonomous Region. The name is derived from the Kameng river, a tributary of the Brahmaputra, that flows through the district.Jaswant GarhAn Indian Army War Memorial...
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