Tezpur

Highlight of Tezpur

Area: 40 km²

Weather: 25 °C, Wind E at 8 km/h, 42% Humidity

Population: 1.03 lakhs (2011)

Elevation: 48 m

Location: Northern bank of the river Brahmaputra, Assam

Best Time to Visit: October to May

Must Visits: Agnigarh, Bamuni Hills, Cole Park, Mahabhairab Temple, Hazara Pukhuri, Bhomoraguri

Languages: Assamese, Bengali, Hindi, English

STD Code: 0374

Tezpur – Historically Rich, Culturally Colourful

Tezpur is an enchanting city that boasts a handful of beautifully kept parks, appealing lakes as well as it's additionally called as the 'Cultural Capital of Assam'. The visitors flock the location to take pleasure in as well as soak up the beauty of its scenic attractions. Flourishing environment-friendly valley's bordered by hillsides of Arunachal Pradesh, with snow covered peaks of Himalaya as the north backdrop, lavish tea gardens and spectacular archeological ruins have all contributed to make Tezpur Assam a tourist's delight. Tezpur is a beautiful vacationer location situated on the north bank of river Brahmaputra, Tezpur is an attractive and also complex city steeped in mythology and history. It is the area headquarters of the Sonitpur district. Tezpur is widely known for its cultural supremacy. It is not only a cultural center yet also an educational destination besides having a rich history. 'The City of Eternal Love', Tezpur is 180 km away from Guwahati. The name Tezpur is originated from the Sanskrit words 'Teza' (indicating blood) and also 'Pura' (meaning town or city).

Tezpur in Mythology and History

The city abounds in historical sites, hills, lakes and gardens improved with mythological charming story of Usha - attractive child of King Banasura and Aniruddha - grandson of Lord Krishna that resulted in an angry battle of Hari Hara among the duo Gods Lord Shiva and Lord Krishna resulting right into the flooding of blood. Later this fight was concluded with peace as well as led to the union of Usha as well as Aniruddha.

According to the legend, Darang was the capital of demon King Banasura, an ardent follower of 'Bhairavnath', incarnation of Lord Shiva. Usha, the attractive child of King Bana happened to see her love in her dream.

Places of Tourist Attraction to See
  • Da-Parbatia Temple
  • Agnigarh
  • The Hazara Pukhuri
  • Bamuni Hills
  • Chitralekha Park
  • Ketakeshwar Dewal
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  • Cole Park
Finest Time to Go Tezpur

Monsoon time: The moisture filled southwest monsoons are responsible for the heavy rains in Tezpur, taking place mostly from late June to very early September. The ordinary yearly rainfall throughout this time has to do with 160 cm.

Wintertime: Winters expands from the month of October till the month of February and also are normally cool and also completely dry, with scanty rainfall. It usually often tends to obtain a little unclear or misty throughout this period, particularly throughout the morning or in the mid-days. The mercury reading throughout this time is around 7oC to 22oC.

Springtime: Winter is adhered to by the springtime period, in the month of March and also April. A normal attribute seen throughout these months is the incident of flash rainfalls and also thunderstorms, called Bordoichila in the regional parlance.

Best Way to Reach Tezpur

By Road: Roads are lifelines to Tezpur. From Guwahati, there are 2 paths to reach Tezpur. One is using Mangaldai as well as Udalbari on the National Highway 52 (166 kilometers) while the other is via Nagaon on the National Highway 37 (185 kilometers). In both the routes there are night and day buses available.

By Train: Rail connection in the city is not very good. Trains from Tezpur just get to Rangapara (24 kilometers away) as well as Rangiya (150 kilometers away). Trains are therefore not the very best method to reach this beautiful city. However, tourists can take a train to Guwahati (166 kilometers away) and also take a bus to Tezpur.

By Air: Though Tezpur has a useful airport terminal that has regular flights to Kolkata and also Silchar, it is one of the most popular ways of traveling to this city. The Tezpur airport terminal is additionally used by the Indian Air Force as their air base. The airport terminal is about 10 kilometers from the city centre.