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An Island in the lap of Brahmaputra River is a treat to the eyes.  Located on the west side of Kolia Bhumura Bridge, en route Kaliabor, towards Tezpur, this scenic island of 241.32 acres of land. Taken up as a Shore tourism project, this unique initiative is aimed to help tourists reconnect with nature and also help the local communities to showcase their culture & handloom products in the campsite itself. It is home to many wild animals such as Buffaloes, Wild Pigs, Deers etc. Overnight camping with trekking to local buffalo herders camps and forest are some of the activities on this island

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Place of Interest / Things to do
Da Parbatia

Da Parbatia is a small village very close to west Tezpur, having significant architectural remnants of an ancient temple of the 6th century overlying the ruins of another Shiva temple built of bricks during the Koch period. Archaeological excavations done here in 1924 have unearthed a sixth-century antiquity in the form of a stone door frame with extensive carvings. The ruins of the temple built during the medieval period are built over the ancient temple's foundations and are in the form of a stone paved layout plan of the sanctum sanctorum and a mandapa. The excavations revealed many terracotta plaques in which human figures were shown in a sitting position. 

Nine lines Inscription of Harjjar Varma

About 2 kms away from the heart of the town, close to the Rudrapada temple on the bank of river Brahmaputra the famous nine line inscription of Harjjar Varma (approximately – 815 – 834 AD) is seen. This inscription is of 829-30 A.D. This is found engraved on a stone. This inscription is archaeologically important.

  • Near Co-Operative, Middle Sichey Gangtok, East Sikkim, India, 737101