The island offers a great view of itself from the city. A few makeshift shops and tea stalls are available for the tourists, but not enough to burn an appetite asking for a lunch. The place is home to a rare species of mammals called the Golden Langurs. The island is named after a temple (built by the Ahom Kingdom) of Lord Shiva and his wife, as per the Hindu Mythology. Do take a walk through the island, and you would realize how small it actually is. Offerings to the deity (Prasada), maybe taken if you wish so.