Assamese music is well known for a rich flavor of folk music in it and it embraces different kinds of musical instruments like Dhol, Marcus, Gogona, Pepa, Toka, Taal, Xutuli, Nagera, Mridanga, Khol, Madol, Dogor, Dotara, and Baanhi Flute to blend the musical beats and enticing lyrics. Its diverse range of folk music and the different tunes structure that separates it from other musical styles.
The Assamese music holds unmatched musical styles including Husori, Bharigaan, Gorokhiya Naam, Goalpariya Lokageet, Jhumur and Kamrupiya Lokgeet, that has connected audiences of different backgrounds to listen and get their selves cherished with Assamese musical beats. The largest of the states of the northeast India, Assam, with capital Gauhati, is a prime location along the banks of the river Brahmaputra.
Among the lush green expanses of Assam have to mention two major parks, Manas and Kaziranga, both known as one-horned Indian rhinoceros, a species at risk of extinction. Much of the land is cultivated with the remainder from plantations where we get the strong Assam leaf popular all over the world. The ancient city of Pragjyotishpur, otherwise known as the light of the East, is home to the modern Gauhati, India northeastern entrance door.
The tank is located above the level of the city, while occupying the heart. Along the edges of said well there are some of the famous temples of Sibsagar. The temple dedicated to Shiva, built in the year 1734 is considered the highest Hindu temple in India.
At 680 meters above sea level, surrounded by green hills, this delightful resort lacunar emerges, the only hill station of all Assam. It is the seat of the North Cachar Hills District and is 355 km from Guwahati. Haflong takes its name from a variety of orchids, including the rare Blue Vanda.