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Situated in the Nilachal Hills, has a picturesque view of Guwahati city alongside the mighty Brahmaputra , heavily jammed with sanyasi women with long hair knotted and beaded from ages, people dressed as Gods and Goddeses, sandhus singing and smoking long puffs of Ganja, women selling petit items as beads, rudrakha , vermillion seeds, foreigners and hippies sitting along side wth the sadhus but sharing the common devotion to the Devi....
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Or better, just walk into any sweet shop and eat your heart out. 4) Bengali Fashion : Wearing the traditional tant sarees, Shakha pola complete with gold jewellery, red vermillion bindis on forehead, the women truly are a reflection of the Goddess.The men aren't far behind in starched dhotis and punjabis and kolhapuri chappals. 5) The crowd : The streets of kolkata see the maximum crowd on the streets during these four days....
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There were hawks (savannah, roadside) and kites perched on top of the fences and high trees; red headed colourful cardinals, saffron finches, red vermillion fly catchers, orange troupials and red vermillions prancing around; tall herons, storks and egrets walking around the water bodies; orange kingfishers looking for their prey; yellow cescedes singing beautiful songs; huge rheas strutting around; Amazonian parrots and parakeets making lots of noise; macaws sitting on palm trees and making a ruckus; toucans flying around in pairs; chachalacas not flying off the roads; huge ibis sitting on the trees; woodpeckers; orange water jackanaras peeping from the water hyacinth; nacubius and silver beak tanager (was actually deep red though it looked completely black) flying off into the bushes; and so on....