By Naturenomics Team on December 19, 2018
What a wonderful National Park with dense jungle, vast grasslands, beautiful water bodies and rich wildlife! It’s flanked by Karbi Anglong range on the south side with the mighty Brahmaputra towards the north. The sunrise from the tea garden bungalow we stayed in, bordering the park, was spectacular! Do watch the video clip and listen to the birds. We really miss all this in the cities. Similarly, the night sky was teaming with stars! The trip was so very refreshing! I strongly recommend a visit. The time is just right. It will get very cold soon.
By Naturenomics Team on August 27, 2016
The villagers had been talking all morning. There was some water seeping through the embankment along the Brahmaputra, they said, so Ruparam Das, 52, a fisherman in Kaivartagaon, a village in the river island of Majuli, decided to check out for himself. Around 3 pm on July 26, as he stood in front of the river, a few metres downstream from his house, he heard a loud bang. The river had broken through the embankment, but not where he stood. Instead, the river had torn through the wall right in front of his house.
By Naturenomics Team on April 21, 2016
Join a handful of spirited souls and explore the well-kept secret of Assam, the tea-growing state in North East India, until recently forbidden to visitors
Wild Mahseer is located in the centre of Assam, Northeast India, on the North bank of the Brahmaputra River in the district of Sonitpur, 20 minutes from the ancient city of Tezpur and 2hrs away from Kaziranga National Park. It is a beautiful oasis set in the midst of the Balipara division of Addabarie Tea Estate, established by the British Assam Tea Company in 1864.