Jorhat

If you love waking up to a cup of tea every morning, the aroma and the taste of the tea marking a pleasant beginning, you might love visiting Jorhat in Assam. Jorhat is famously known as the ‘Tea capital of the world’ thanks to the innumerable number of tea plantations here. Jorhat is situated on the northeastern region of Assam. You might love to know about its rich cultural heritage as well. Since the year 1824, the time during which it came under the rule of British, Jorhat was the last capital of Ahom dynasty, which reigned supreme in Assam for more than six centuries.

Jorhat is and always has been a busy commercial centre. Tea production apart, the land is famous for its contribution in the field of jewelry making. Jewelry items from Jorhat are fine specimens of their tradition. Since it maintains its vibrant and colorful tradition, you will find that it reflects in their jewelries as well. If you are planning to spend your vacation in Jorhat, ensure that you cover all those places that portrays Jorhat in its most vibrant colors.

  • Majuli Island
  • Gibbon Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Kakochang Waterfalls
  • Gymkhana Club
  • Tocklai Tea Research Centre
  • Sukapha Samannay  Kshetra
  • Bangalpukhari
  • Cinnamora Tea Estate
  • Lachit Borphukan's Maidam
  • Thengal Bhavan

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