Guwahati The Gateway and Exit Point to Northeast India
Guwahati is among the 100 quickest developing urban communities of the world and the fifth quickest developing among Indian urban areas. It is also the second biggest tea trading centre in the world only next to China! This article talks about the city and its impact on the neighboring Northeastern states.
Guwahati is Northeast India’s commercial and business centre. Clamoring and chaotic now and again, the city is the heart of business in the area and as needs be has all the present day courtesies which are nearly at standard with different urban areas of the world. It is the biggest city in the whole northeast region which has seen leaps and bounds of development in the span of a few years.
Guwahati also acts as the lifeline to all the neighbouring states in this region that do not have an airport or railroad who make this their final and closest step to home. For these states, Guwahati is the last place their daily commodities and goods of basic needs are brought in from other states. The most common route that operates in the Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport is the Guwahati to New Delhi flight. While Manipur and Nagaland have airports of their own, people still prefer travalling via Guwahati because of the long layover they will have to go through if booked from their own state even if they were to travel to New Delhi.
Apart from the fact that Guwahati has access to heavenly scenic paradises of other nearby northeastern states, which is one of the reasons why many tourists and travelers arrive to Guwahati, this city also does not fall short to show the visitors some places of interest in and around the city. Guwahati may not be a scenic beauty and rich as its neighboring states but this city has its own charm. It is the main centre for all the as same as people and an introduction to their rich culture will definitely make your stay worthwhile. There are also many national parks, zoos and beautiful gardens surrounding the city. The food is similar to that you would find in Kolkata and the rest of West Bengal. Street food is available in plenty and small tea stalls start pulling up their shutters and opening their doors at the crack of dawn selling piping hot tea and poori sabji and samosas.
The Brahmaputra river, one of the major rivers in Asia lies in this city. Come any season, you may take a boat ride along the waters of this majestic river. The majestic view of the whole river can be seen from some of the parks and gardens located in the heart of the city. There are numerous temples scattered across the city and it is only a few hours of ride by car away to some of the most popular wildlife sanctuaries and national parks in India.
Your stay in Guwahati may be short lived during your entry into the city, but after touring the entire Northeast region you will be back to Guwahati to catch your flight back out of the region, utilize this time and explore the other places you have left in the city. Stay in the luxurious star hotels along the paltan bazaar road and book a Guwahati to New Delhi flight back, after you have gotten your closure of having explored the northeast region of India.