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সাত বিহুৰ নাম ঠাই অনুসৰি| • গৰু বিহু        • গৰু বিহু • মানুহ বিহু     • গোঁসাই বিহু • চেনেহী বিহু   • তাঁতৰ বিহু • মাইকী বিহু    •নাঙল বিহু • ৰঙালী বিহু    •চেনেহী বিহু • চেৰা বিহু       •চেৰা বিহু • হাতবিহু অসমীয়া মহিলা সকলে বন্ধা খোপাৰ নাম • উধনীয়া খোপা • কলডিলীয়া খোপা • ঘিলা খোপা • চকা খোপা • চেলা খোপা • চকা খোপা • তগৰ খোপা • তেঁতেলী খোপা • থিয় খোপা • নেঘেৰী খোপা • লিগিৰী খোপা গৰু বিহুৰ চাতত ব্যৱহাৰ হোৱা দ্রব্য মাখিয়তি, দীঘলতি, বৰথেকেৰা, বেঙেনা, জাতিলাও, তিয়হ গৰু বিহুৰ জাগত লগা গছ গছনি কেঁচা গোবৰ, মাখিয়তি, দীঘলতি, বগৰীৰ ডাল, সিজুগছ, ঠুঠনি বল, বল জৰা, টিকনি বৰুৱা, বিৰিণা, শোকোতা আদি.. জাপি • গৰখীয়া জাপি • পানী জাপি • বনুৱা জাপি • হালোৱা জাপি • উকা জাপি • ফুলাম জাপি • পদুমীয়া জাপি • সৰুদৈয়া জাপি • বৰজাপি • টুপি জাপি বৰহমথুৰি অসমীয়া জেতুকাৰ এক উপকৰণ ইয়াৰ পাত থুৰি চোবালে তাৰ ৰসে ওঁঠ বোলাই পেলায় অসমীয়া মানুহে বনোৱা কিছুমান পিঠা তিল পিঠা ,নাৰিকল পিঠা , ঘিলা পিঠা , বৰ সিঠা ,ফেনী পিঠা , খোলা চপৰীয়া পিঠা , জোনসিঠা , টেকেলি পিঠা , টোপোলা পিঠা ,কল পিঠা , চুঙা পিঠা ,মুঠীয়া পিঠা ,সুতুলি পিঠা,

Building Tomorrow: The Infrastructure Development of Guwahati

Guwahati, the bustling metropolis nestled along the banks of the Brahmaputra River, is undergoing a transformation that is as remarkable as it is necessary. As the gateway to the enchanting northeast, the city is witnessing a surge in population and economic activity, necessitating a significant upgrade in its infrastructure.

One of the key areas of focus in Guwahati's infrastructure development is transportation. The city is witnessing the expansion and modernization of its road network, with new flyovers, bridges, and roads being constructed to ease traffic congestion and improve connectivity. The construction of the Guwahati Metro is also a significant step forward in this regard, promising a more efficient and sustainable mode of transportation for the city's residents.

In addition to transportation, Guwahati is also investing in upgrading its utilities infrastructure. The city is expanding its water supply and sewage systems to meet the growing demands of its population. Efforts are also underway to improve the city's waste management infrastructure, with a focus on recycling and sustainable waste disposal practices.

Another important aspect of Guwahati's infrastructure development is its focus on green spaces and environmental conservation. The city is working towards creating more parks and green belts, not only to enhance the quality of life for its residents but also to mitigate the effects of urbanization on the environment. Initiatives such as tree planting drives and urban forestry programs are helping to make Guwahati a greener and more sustainable city.

As Guwahati continues on its path of development, it is important to recognize the efforts being made to improve its infrastructure. The city's infrastructure development is not just about building roads and bridges; it is about building a better future for its residents. With careful planning and sustainable practices, Guwahati is poised to become a model city for infrastructure development in the region, setting a shining example for others to follow.


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