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Brahmaputra Valley

Brahmaputra Valley is a beautiful region sandwiched between two parallel hill ranges – the eastern Himalayan ranges of Arunachal Pradesh, with Bhutan to the north, and the north-eastern hill ranges of Meghalaya, north Cachar and Nagaland to the south. The valley is blessed with many streams and rivulets.

Brahmaputra Valley which falls in Assam covers the districts of Goalpara and Kamrup, Darrang, Nagaon, Lakhimpur, Dibrugarh and Sibsagar.

Covered with semi-evergreen rain forests, Brahmaputra Valley offers a serene view of the lush green tea gardens which spread across an endless stretch and the beautiful snow covered mountain ranges of the Himalayas. The most important forest products are timber, bamboo, firewood and lac. The forest of the valley is home to many wild animals including elephants, tigers, deer and wild pigs.

The valley and its adjoining areas constitute a highly active seismic region.

Updated on 7th June, 2005

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