Tucked between Kamrup and Barpeta Districts, Nalbari is a mystery yet to be unraveled. The District is studded with temples, ponds, and tanks all bearing footprints of the glorious past of Assam. Added to this, the district is blessed with hills, verdant, green valleys, lakes, lush tea gardens all making excellent tourist spots, where one can forget the hustle and bustle of life and be at peace with the virgin Nature. The district is also home to indigenous people like the Bodos, the Rabhas, the tea-garden people all adding to the rich cultural tapestry; each tribe reminding us that Assam is indeed a classic example of unity in diversity And for those who are interested in art and handicraft, the district also has to offer a variety of bamboo and handloom products.
Nalbari District Administration
Information on history and geography, communications, and statistics from the district administration.
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January 2, 2007 at 22:05:58 UTC
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