Jorhat, basically it is known for its scenic beauty. The last capital of ahom kingdom (the longest ruling empire in Indian history i.e. approximately 600 years and the only empire that the Mughals couldn't occupy) and it is among one of the important cities in Assam. Well, these pictures were captured in different time in 2018, 2019, 2020 and 2021. This unknown place is far away from the city and it takes half an hour to reach but I guarantee you that a few people will be able to discover easily this beautiful spot though it is near the main road to the Nimati Ghat which is a port connecting Jorhat and Majuli ( World's biggest River Island).
The 1st picture, was captured by me on a morning of December 2018 and I took that picture upside down and believe me it was very difficult to find which one was original and which one was it's reflection. The 2nd picture was captured by me on that same location during blue hours on January 2019. Again I decided to come back to that place for more pictures and on October 2020, with a friend I went to that place again and came back with that 3rd picture and the colour tone of the image was very pleasant. Recently, I went there on May, 2021 to visit that place again and believe me, it remains same though some trees are not present there from the 1st picture.
For the sunsets lovers, you can visit Nimati Ghat to watch the sun slowly disappear below the horizon which is a mystical experience from nearby the banks of the mighty river Brahmaputra. And from there you can also explore the World's largest river island Majuli by taking a ferry (usually between 8am to 4pm) from Nimati Ghat which takes almost 2 hours. Majuli is surrounded by the Brahmaputra river and is well known for its vibrant cultures and traditions, and is a must visit place in Assam.
How to visit:
To visit Jorhat, there are many options are available i.e by air, by train, by road etc. The nearest airport is Jorhat Airport but it is limited to some cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Guwahati etc.
Best time to visit:
The best season to visit Jorhat is the winter season. The temperature remains comfortable and is apt for sightseeing. The best months to visit between October to April. Avoid visiting Jorhat during summer season as it gets hot and humid with temperatures ranging between 20°c to 35°c.