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Chandubi Beel

Chandubi lake is a natural lake in Assam situated around 60 kms from Guwahati. It is located in foothills of the Garo Hills of Meghalaya, and was formed due to an earthquake in the 1897. The area is covered by deep forest, and small villages. It is a natural sightseeing and picnic spot and attracts migratory birds during winter. This is an ideal spot for nature lovers and adventure seekers and makes a ideal day getaway from Guwahti.

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Boating facilities is provided by the locals on their wooden row boats. Each boating trip is as the boatman takes  visitors through the length and breadth of the lake to explore while acting as a guide narrating the folklores associated with the lake. Boating is an good opportunity for the bird lovers as it’s the best place to watch water birds during the winter months. 


Mayang Hill Reserve Forest lies to the south of Chandubi Lake. Being located inside a reserve forest has made it a secluded wetland with low interference, and a potential site for bird conservation. Chandubi lake covers 300 ha and with its magnificent scenery is already on the tourist map. As the lake is surrounded by low undulating hills covered with forest it is home to large number of waterfowl and other birds of prey. More over this lake is also home to a number of migratory birds during the winter months. 

Living With Rabha community

North East India is home to over 200 tribes. with community having their own distinct culture and traditions. They speak different languages, have different religious practices, wear clothes with distinct patterns and also have different ways of celebrating. The Rabha Tribe is one among these 200 Tribes of North East India and they inhabit the area around Chandubi Lake. The traditional economy of the Rabhas in general, is based on agriculture, forest based activities and weaving. In the past, the Rabhas used to practice shifting cultivation. Later they took up settled cultivation and started cultivation with plough. Besides cultivation, hunting was also an old practice of Rabha people. Weaving was a traditional occupation of the Rabha women.


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