Declared as the capital of Assam in 1973, Dispur
is a city dripping with unique culture and traditions to go with it’s famed
panoramic views. Dispur is home to some of the most important buildings of the
state which includes the Assam secretariat, state emergency operation center
and state assembly house among others.
One can experience the distinctive culture of the
sate in the several Hindu temples which can be found in the city.
Dispur is well known for it’s tra auction market
which is situated on the outskirts of guwahati. Blessed with a beautiful
weather all year round, Dispur is a tourist delight.
Dispur is densely populated with a population of
about 10000. Dispur is also home to the largest CTC tea auction in the world.
Tourists who visit dispur can attest to it’s
characteristic heritage and culture which makes it a mecca of sorts to tourust
Dispur is a city blessed with fantastic bars,
restaurants and pubs where varieties of Assamese cuisine and street food can be
found. Dispur also serves all cuisine with alcohol.
If you don’t know your way around here’s an easy
guide, you can start your tour by visiting Basistha Ashram after wards, move on
to Shankardev Kalashetra which is in close proximity to Ashram. You can also
try the cuisines. Your next visit should be Uma Nanda Temple.
The next day, make provision to visit the
Regional Science Centre and Museums, go for your lunch there after visit
Navagraha Temple. When it’s dawn you can
take a stroll to experience the cool atmosphere Brahmaputra provides