||50-km From Nagaon Town, Nagaon District, and Assam
|| A Picnic Spot And Pilgrimage
Akashiganga in the Nagaon district lies beside the Dabaka-Dimapur National Highway (Via Dokmoka). It is about 50-km, southeast of Nagaon town.
A SCENIC SPOT: Akashiganga contains a lofty waterfall. At the foot of this waterfall, scattered ruins from stone temples can be seen. Most of the carved components from these ruins have been shifted to the archaeological garden near it. The ruins belong to at least two temples of 10th and 12th centuries AD respectively.
Akashiganga is known for its scenic beauty. Picnickers throng it in winter. It is also a place of pilgrimage and modern temples have sprung up at this place, which are visited by devotees all the year around. Akashiganga also witness wild-elephant menace seasonally every year.