Guwahati- the pulse of Assam, is the gateway to the North-eastern States of India. It is a principal centre of socio-cultural, industrial, trade and commerce of the entire region. Lying on the bank of Brahmaputra and surrounded by hills on three sides, lakes at different parts of the city, makes it one of the best places to live in. Guwahati boasts of vibrant blend of modern cosmopolitan culture with historical sensitivity docketed at its foot hold. Guwahati is one of the main tourist hubs in the entire North East India. The city is endowed with many beautiful places of tourist attraction. Every year thousands of tourists visit the place to appreciate its beauty. The mighty river Brahmaputra is one of the major attractions of Guwahati. It is the lifeline of Guwahati. Apart from lakes, rivers, hills and ponds, one of the main attractions of Guwahati lies in the historical temple of Maa Kamakhya. People not only from India, but from abroad too, come to visit the temple to seek the blessings of The Bleeding Goddess. Guwahati is a rapidly developing city coping with both the traditional and contemporary way of living. This makes it the most sought-after place for which tourists find it a must to do visit Guwahati.