Guwahati dating online I want do sex chat in free
Tezpur attracts every visitor who comes here with its beautiful parks, hillocks, sceneries and well established hotels.The name Tezpur is derived from the Sanskrit words 'teza' (meaning blood) and 'pura' (meaning town or city).Banasura moved to Himalayas and devoted his life in worship of Shiva Historical ruins from the 8th and 9th centuries dot the surrounding areas. During World War II, Tezpur received large numbers of refugees fleeing from Burma, particularly the corps of Anglo-Burmese and Anglo-Indian nurses. The inscription was found engraved on a massive stone some 2 kilometres (1.2 mi) from Tezpur town near Rudrapad Temple.After independence of India in 1947, it remained the headquarters of Darrang district. He referenced the nine line inscription of Harjjar Varma in 'A History of Assam'. Tezpur is considered to be the cultural capital of Assamese culture.The Zone III of the Assam Branch Indian Tea Association(ABITA) is located at Tezpur.Presently Tezpur is a commercial, administrative and educational centre.It also houses a major base of the Indian Army and Airforce (Salonibari). In 1987 the Kolia Bhomora Setu, over the Brahmaputra, was inaugurated connecting Tezpur to the southern district of Nagaon.
When Shiva appeared in answer to his austerities, Bana begged the god to bestow a thousand arms carrying a multitude of weapons to destroy his enemies and opponents.Legend has it that the original name of this place was 'Sonitpur' ("sonit" in Sanskrit also means blood).