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in Orang National Park Assam, India, is the only stronghold of rhinoceros (pictured) on the north bank of the Brahmaputra river?
there are significant breeding populations of 35
, mammalian species in Kaziranga National Park Assam, India, out of which 15 are threatened mammals according to the IUCN Red List?
1935 film , produced and directed by the noted Joymati Assam poet Jyotiprasad Agarwala, was the first-ever Assamese language film?
in Dhodar Ali Assam is so called because some dhods ("lazy people" in Assamese) were assigned by the Ahom king to build it?
established Siba Singha Shaktism, a Hindu sect, as the major religion in Assam in the early 18th century?
reportedly provides its natural resources for the livelihood of 14 indigenous villages (1,200 families) located in its Dipor Bil wetland ecosystem in Assam, India?
More interesting facts on Assam
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Question 1: What is directly west of Assam?
Question 2: Forty-five languages are spoken by different communities, including three major language families: [27 ] ________ (5), Sino-Tibetan (24) and Indo-European (12).
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Question 4: Which of the following is east of Assam?
Question 5: What is the total population of Assam?
Question 6: A land of high rainfall, Assam is endowed with lush greenery and the mighty river ________, whose tributaries and oxbow lakes provide the region with a unique hydro- geomorphic and aesthetic environment.
Question 7: Assam has four oil refineries located in ________, Digboi, Golaghat (Numaligarh) and Bongaigaon with a total capacity of 7 Million metric tonnes (7.7 million short tons) per annum.
Question 8: ________ is the largest urban centre and a million plus city in Assam.
Question 9: When was Assam established?
Question 10: Which of the following is Southwest of Assam?