The UNESCO World Heritage Site is home to two third of the world’s one-horned rhinoceros.
Three locations identified for the first-of-its-kind service in the state.
Elusive sightings draw visitors to the swampy reserve at Dibru-Saikhowa National Park.
A walk in the woods of Northeast India opens up a world of loudmouth birds with short tails.
Chance visits to Madan Kamdev and Pingalesvar, both on the outskirts of Guwahati, reveal carvings that are brazenly bold and arrestingly artistic.
On the world's largest river island, a sect of Neo-Vaishnavites has invented real happiness. To find them is to find home.
Watch bamboo and clay turn into fierce mythological characters. | By Anurag Mallick & Priya Ganapathy
Colonial-era charms at a lush estate.
The island beat Brazil’s Marajo for the Guinness World Record. | By NGT Staff
The endangered creature is India’s first city mascot.