There is always something about those mighty rivers of Assam but the River Manas will remain special to me.
The River starts from Arunachal Pardesh flows through Bhutan and meets mighty Brahmaputra in the lower part of Assam.
The fact that I was lucky enough to make a small trip to Manas Tiger Reserve and stay a night in one of those beautiful Forest Bunglows of India inside the Reserve on the bank of river Manas which seperates the Royal Manas National Park, Bhutan from Manas Wildlife Sanctuary (Manas Tiger Reserve), Assam.
While Royal Manas is famous for the endangered Golden Langur, Manas Wildlife Sanctuary is famous for Tiger, Elephant, Rhino, Capped Langur and recently concluded Clouded Leopard rehabilitation program.
**sometimes the golden langurs are seen in the Manas wildlife sanctuary as well but mostly they were found on the other side of the river – mainly Royal National Park.