Assam is a Cindrella state full of blue hills and red rivers. Scenic beauty is clear in Guwahati beside the Brahmaputra confronted by the Nilachal Hill. Since time immemorial, Guwahati has been shining in the hills and water bodies. The most striking beautiful feature is the crimson light of the setting sun on the Brahmaputra river waters. The historic Saraighat bridge no less boosts the beauty of this city. Same it is the Umananda temple at the island. The river Bharalu falls on the Brahmaputra carrying the waters of the Morabharalu, Bahini, and Basista. That’s what the natural drainage system here. Deepor Beel, is a wetland of international importance in the outskirt of Guwahati. It is an abode of bird that draws lakhs of fans from the country and abroad. Other water bodies to be named are Soru Sola Beel and Bor Sola Beel. The Bor-Sola Beel, which is about four times the length of Dighalipukhuri, stretches from behind the Meghdoot Cinema hall and the Nepali Mandir in the Paltan Bazaar importance.