(Last Updated on : 24-08-2019)
The north eastern states
of India are popular for their rich culture
and unique festivals
and out of these the Assam
Tea Festival is one of the popular festivals of Assam
. The Tea Festival is held in several parts of the state
but the major celebrations are done in the Jorhat district
, which is well known for its extensive tea gardens
and is the primary centre of tea industry
The Assam Tea Festival is organised by the Assam Tourism
Department and is held annually during the winter season
between the months of November to January. The purpose of this festival is to celebrate the prosperity of tea and to take measures to protect and improve the production of the same. The festival is held with much enthusiasm and fervour and attracts tourists from all around.
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