Sualkuchi is a small village in Dispur Assam that displays the Assamese traditions and cultures in their best form. This village is famous for silk weaving, and it produces one of the best kinds of silk in the state. Hence this village is also known as Manchester of the east.
This village is situated on the northern banks of the river Brahmaputra, about 35 km away from Guwahati.
It is a census town in the Kamrup district of Assam.
Sualkuchi is the textile center of Assam, and they produce and work with the fine quality of Muga silk, Pat silk, Eri silk, and Endi cloth. Mekhela chadors and Gamosas made from these qualities of silks are very high in demand and are of good quality.
The bamboo houses and walls covered with mud show the ethnicity and rustic view of this small village.
Sualkuchi is an area that is ecologically diverse also rich in flora and fauna.
This village is not only inhabited the local exotic animals and birds but also inhabited varied species of migratory birds. In this village, you will see temples, monasteries, and namghars at every step.
This village is a wholesome tourist package. It is adorned with sprawling green hills all around, the view of Sualkuchi is mesmerizing and peaceful.
If you want to take a break from your daily life and take a deep dive into the rich cultures and traditions of Assam, then must visit here with your family and friends.