Guwahati is the largest city in North East India and is considered to be its gateway. Located at the banks of the mighty river Brahmaputra, this city has a life of its own. With a rich history drawing a picture of its time as Pragjyotishpur to the modern-day city, Guwahati is a treasure chest with an extremely rich culture amalgamated with modernity, which is an outcome of a booming economy and its people reaching out to the developed world.
The North Eastern part of India is a unique and diverse region with numerous communities, tribes, languages and cultures. It has also been identified as one of the world’s seven richest biodiversity areas and boasts of 7 national parks. The lushness of its landscape, the range of communities and geographical and ecological diversity make the North East quite different from other parts of the subcontinent.