States Assam Nagaon The Akashiganga Waterfall

The Akashiganga Waterfall Nagaon

The beautiful and green state of Assam is also a place for this enchanting waterfall amidst the lush greenery and high mountains and hills. This waterfall will make you fall in love with it in the most amazing way. The waterfall is beautiful and is an amazing tourist attraction where every year a huge number of tourists come. It is situated close to Doboka town on the Dimapur-Doboka Road which is 50 km to the southeast of Nagaon district in Assam. The waterfall has a holy place with the Shakti Cult in the Kalika Puran. Pilgrims take a holy dip in the water pool formed by the waterfall. The waterfall along with other ruins of historical importance holds an inherent charm. You will also find large herds of elephants roaming freely in this region. The place is perfect for a splendid journey along with a religious belief through the beautiful, natural and serene valleys of Assam.

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The waterfall itself is a very beautiful thing to see but apart from that you will also find ruins of other historical places and most importantly of the Doboka kingdom. There is also a lake called Akashiganga Lake which will also attract you in many ways. It also offers you a grand view of River Brahmaputra which flows nearby the waterfall.

Getting There

Reaching Akashiganga Waterfall from different parts of Nagaon and other nearby cities is never a concern because the roads are well connected and you can find buses and cabs regularly and you can reach the place easily in the defined time.

The Akashiganga Waterfall Nagaon, Assam

Best Time to Visit

From the months of October to March, the place is suitable to visit because once the monsoon is over; this place carries a huge amount of water that enhances their beauty to heights.

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