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Uma Nanda Temple

Dispur

Uma Nanda Temple Overview

Ranked 5 of 14 sightseeing in Dispur

The Uma Nanda Temple that dates back to the 17th century is dedicated to Lord Shiva and is located on a river island. King Gadapani of Ahom constructed this temple on the small yet scenic Brahmaputra isle that is also known by the name of Peacock Island. This island acts as a sanctuary to the endangered golden langurs.. As this island is not  frequented much by people, these species live here peacefully and are in larger numbers than their last home that was Manas National Park. Another attraction in this island, which is quite small and can be covered by foot, is the Ganesh Temple. To reach there, tourists can take a motorboat or a shared ferry. Many shuttle boats are also available from the point called Kachari Ghat that is situated in between the lower courts and offices of the Deputy Commissioner.

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