Dispur Tourism

2.2 / 5 Heritage, Religious,

Ideal Duration : 1 day Best Time : November to March
Visit 14 Places
Dispur Tourism Dispur is the beautiful capital of Assam packed with panoramic views, unique traditions and rich tribal culture. Declared as Assam's capital in 1973, the city houses some of the important buildings of the state like Assam Secretariat, State Emergency Operations Center and State Assemble House. Dotted with several Hindu temples, one can witness the distinctive culture of the state. Dispur is also famous as a tea auction market and is situated on the outer skirts of Guwahati at a mere distance of about 10 kms. Enriched in flora and fauna and adorned with beautiful weather throughout the year, visit Dispur to for a perfect vacation. Download Dispur PDF Guide > What's Great? Ideal to escape the summer heat for a day or two. What's not so Great? May get crowded during high summers. For Whom Dispur is the perfect destination for a family vacation. It can be visited by people living in the Nothern and North-eastern part of the country. Also ideal for couples and solo travellers.

Capital with a panoramic view Dispur is the capital of Assam. It is located on the outskirts of Guwahati, a mere ten kilometres away. It has a population of about ten thousand. The Government of Assam sits at Dispur. Dispur is also notable for the Guwahati Tea Auction Centre, which holds an auction for many different varieties of tea here. The largest amount of CTC Tea auction in the world has been seen by the Guwahati Tea Auction Centre based in Dispur. There are also several important government buildings like the Assam Secretariat, the Assam Assembly House, the State Emergency Operations Centre, the Northern Eastern Development Finance Corporation Ltd. and the NABARD Assam Regional Office. There are many places tourists can visit when in the Assam capital like the Assam State Museum, the Uma Nanda Temple, the Basistha Ashram, etc. Dispur is not only an important city for Assam but also has its value as a tourist attraction. A characteristic heritage and culture can be witnessed by those visiting Dispur.

One Day Itinerary Day 1 -Begin your expedition by visiting the Basistha Ashram. Next, you can visit the Shankardev Kalashetra, which is pretty close to the Ashram. Post lunch, you can visit the Uma Nanda Temple. Day 2 - Spend the first half of your second day in the Regional Science Centre and Museum. Once you are done with lunch, visit the Navagraha Temple after which you can enjoy the evening cruise offered at the Brahmaputra river.

Restaurants and Local Food in Dispur Dispur is a busy city where travellers will find many dazzling restaurants, bars and pubs. From mouth watering street food to delicious Assamese cuisine, the city of Dispur serves almost all the cuisine along with alcohol. View 2 Restaurants in Dispur >>

Nov-Maris the best time to visit Dispur Dispur experiences warm summers while the winters in the city are quite cool. Occasional rainfall during the winter season brings down the temperature by few degrees. Monsoon beginning from the month of June brings along heavy rainfall and strong thunderstorm. Make sure to avoid travelling to the city during monsoon season. It is best to travel to Dispur between the months of November and March. Weather in Dispur Loading... Dispur in Summer (March - June) The summers would be the best season to visit Dispur as the weather during these months are pleasant and mild. Dispur in Monsoon (July - October) Avoid travelling to Dispur during the monsoon months as this region receives extremely heavy rainfall and there are chances of thunderstorms and landslides. Dispur in Winter (November - February) Winter is not the ideal time to visit Dispur as it gets extremely cold during these months. Monthly Weather in Dispur Month Avg. Minimum (°C) Avg. Maximum (°C) January 12 26 February 14 28 March 16 29 April 20 30 May 23 32 June 25 32 July 26 32 August 26 35 September 25 34 October 22 33 November 18 30 December 13 27

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