• Bangladesh Is a Country of Rivers Related with India
    and Feni rivers, is criss-crossed by over 300 rivers, 54 of which are common with India. The country, surrounded on three sides by India, is a gigantic delta formed by the alluvial deposits of the three rivers: the Ganges, the Brahmaputra and the Meghna. "There are more than 300 rivers in Bangladesh...
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  • About Guwahati
    terrain and structure and with 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...
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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 beauty...
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  • Ganga Project
    The Ganges is the most sacred river to Hindus and is also a lifeline to millions of Indians who live along its course and depend on it for their daily needs.[6] It is worshiped as the goddess Ganga in Hinduism.[7] It has also been important historically: many former provincial or imperial capitals (such...
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  • Beautiful Bangladesh
    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 archaeological sites...
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  • My Trip on the Ganges River
    My Trip on the Ganges River Dear Paul, About 2 weeks ago I went on an exciting trip along the Ganges River. In this letter I'll tell you all about it. It turns out that the Ganges has its beginning in an ice cave 10,300 feet above sea level in the snow-covered Himalayan Mountains of northern India...
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  • 6 Places to Visit in Inida
    one visiting Ahmedababd should not miss going to Sabarmathi Ashram located in the peripheral areas of Ahmedabad, on the west bank of the Sabarmati River. The modest house within the Ashram, 'Hridaya Kunj', where Mahatma Gandhi lived, is preserved as a national monument. Gandhinagar Gandhinagar Although...
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  • Sunderban
    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. The Sundarbans Wildlife Sanctuary, the world's largest estuarine sanctuary is really worth a visit. With a series of densely forested...
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  • Manas Wildlife Sanctuary
    wilderness with other rare and endangered species. The name of the park is originated from the Manas River, which is 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...
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  • A Report: Synopsis
    1. INTRODUCTION: Study tour, in my opinion, is “the tour organized by the concerned faculty to teach some topic from the curriculum by actual visits to the places related to the topic”. It is a part of the curriculum of education to impart in the learner the basic knowledge about the different places...
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  • Introduction of Tourism
    process of a journey in which one returns to the starting point. The word ‘tour’ it is noted was first used to refer a journey in which one travels and visits a number of places in a circuit. A tourists leaves home to get away from routine grind but the end of all is that he is only eager to go back to his...
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  • Traveling Tips for Peace Travel
    prime rivers Brahmaputra and Barak provide greenery and rustic flora and fauna. Assam tourism is mostly tagged with its distinct wildlife especially variety of birdlife which is pride of the state. Assam bird watching tours are really a great opportunity to the world wide bird watchers who visit and enjoy...
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  • Wetlands of Assam
    Report on Visit to Deepor Beel in Assam – a wetland included under National Wetland Conservation and Management Programme of the Ministry of Environment & Forests. 13-14 August 2008 1. Context The Expert Team constituted by the Planning Commission, Government of India, to Review the status of implementation...
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  • Essay
    undertaking in India.  First train ran from Mumbai to Thane (34 km) in 1853.  16 railways zones in the country.  Obstacles in laying railways tracks  Rivers  High mountains  Uneven plateaus  Sandy plains  Swamps  Forests  Railway Tracks  Broad gauge: 1.676 m (Maximum route)  Metre gauge: 1.000...
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  • assam tourism study
    8 Tourism in Assam: Status and Prospects 8.1 Introduction 1. North-East India is a paradise for tourists. Its enchanting hills, dancing rivers, roaring waterfalls, thick and dark forests, heavy rains during monsoon, innumerable varieties of flora and fauna, countless species of wild animals...
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  • Tourism in India
    Dibru-Saikhowa National Park, Nameri National Park and Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary (These first two parks are UNESCO World Heritage Site); the largest river island Majuli,known for its Vaishnavite Sattras; historic Sivasagar, famous for the ancient monuments of Ahom Kingdom; the city of eternal romance,...
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  • Geogpraphy as Level Rivers Revision Notes
    GEOGRAPHY AS LEVEL REVISION NOTES: RIVERS, FLOODS AND MANAGEMENT All Definitions: • Discharge: the volume of water flowing in a river per second, measured in cumecs. • Precipitation: all forms of moisture that reaches the Earth’s surface. • Evaporation: the transformation of water...
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  • The Land of Breathtakingly Beautiful Sunrise
    ------------------------------------------------- Arunachal Pradesh It is the land of breathtakingly beautiful sunrises between skyrocketing mountains, sparkling rivers, lakes, and ample of snow. It is the Arunachal Pradesh; the vast expanse of rolling plains, hills, and beautiful water bodies at the far eastern edge...
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  • Gangam Style
    flat with many bamboo, mango and palm-covered plains created by the effects of the great river systems of the Ganges and the Brahmaputra. Dhaka, the historic city and capital of Bangladesh, lies on the Buriganga River in the northern central area, its oldest areas dominated both by the commercial bustle...
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  • Indian Oil
    Guwahati is located in a remote and distant corner of India. The terrain of Assam state, known as a land of hills and valleys and of the mighty River Brahmaputra, can be difficult to traverse. Politics also created an obstacle due to insurgency activities that posed security risks to both men and machines...
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