Hajo is an important religious place of Assam. This place is quite popular, and the city is situated on the banks of the mighty Brahmaputra river in the Kamrup district of Assam.
In Hajo, you will see a unique confluence of three main religions of the world - Hinduism, Buddhism, and Islam, which is the main theme of Hajo tourism. There are many temples dedicated to Hindu gods and goddesses at this place, and the holy spot of Lord Buddha and specific Muslim saints are also present here.
Many different things said about the history of the city of Hajo. This small town believed to have been the capital of the Koch dynasty, which later came under the Mughals.
In the 11th century, the city came to be known as Aparpabhav and Manikootgram. On the other hand, Buddhists believe that it was in Hajo that Lord Buddha attained Nirvana.
Tourist places in and around Hajo are Hayagriva Madhava Temple, one of the famous temples of Hajo. This temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu. Muslim devotees visit Hajo's Poa Mecca for the top Namna. Ganesh Temple, Kedareshwar Temple, Kameshwari Temple, Dhoparguri Satra, and Joy Durga Temple are other leading places to visit in Hajo.
These places are the prime attractions of Hajo tourism.
Hajo season is at its peak in summer. The climate here is hot and humid in summers and normal in winters. The Autumn season is good for the Hajo tour.