Sualkuchi Overview
Sualkuchi, a sleepy town in the northern bank of the river Brahmaputra is the center of Assam’s textile production, which has earned it the title of Manchester of India and has been declared as a Handloom Heritage Village.

One can witness the ethnicity and provincial view of the town in the form of the bamboo houses and mud wallsSualkuchi is also rich in flora and fauna and is an economically and environmentally multicultural city that has not only local endemic animals and birds, but also innumerable migratory bird species. Dotted with temples, namcars and cloisters at every step, the village could be a wholesome package for visitors.

One of the primary temples dedicated to Lord Shiva, Sidheswar Devalaya was restructured by the Ahom King Shiba Singha. 
Hatisala is additionally one of the biggest monasteries in the village. Devoted to Ruler Krishna, the place spreads the awe inspiring message of Vaishnavism culture. Hajo is a land of extraordinary religious significance to Hindus as well as Muslims.

Highlight of the place: The silk village of Assam.

Location: Saualkuchi, Assam.
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