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The beauty of the place makes you go just spellbound.. bharamputra river flowing in mid of mountains take the breath away.. serenity and calmness of the place makes a person standstill and just let you flow and feel the moment
it is by far the biggest bridge i have ever crossed on day light first time it was on train were I was really mesmerised by the roaring majestic river which was flowing underneath .The sense of terror fills in when are at the door...More
This rail-cum road bridge was constructed and opened for public in April,1962 over riverBrahmaputra and has a length of 1.492 kms. It connects Jalukbari near Guwahati to the north bank in Amingaon from where you can continue on your journey. Time has taken it's toll...More
There are two bridges in the river Brahmaputra at Guwahati. From the Rotary of Jalukbari both are visible. One can plan a walk through the footpath of these bridges. During clear sky one can see sunset and Umananda Temple in both side of the bridge....More
This road-cum-rail bridge was inaugurated in 1963 by Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru. In a nutshell It is a very wonderful architecture. In 1671 Mughals sent a huge army to invade Assam. The Ahoms drove off the Mughals under the leadership of Lachit Borphukan in an...More
Saraighat bridge, connected the two banks of the mighty Brahmaputra river, The road-cum-rail bridge in Guwahati, inaugurated on June 7, 1963, by the then Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru. as named after a local village called Sarai and has remained intact even after five decades of...More