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Guwahati, the capital city of Assam is surrounded by hills and dominated by the river Brahmaputra on whose banks it is situated. The famous Kamakhya Temple a Shaktipithis situated in the Nilachal hills of Guwahati. The world’s largest weaving villages famous for the silks of Assam is situated 32 km from Guwahati in Sualkuchi. The national wildlife parks Kaziranga and Manas are places to visit in Assam. Shillong, the scenic hill station in Meghalaya is a three hour drive from Guwahati.
Weather during January in Guwahati is wintry with pleasant days and chilly nights. Hence it is advisable to carry light warm clothes.