North Guwahati is a city in Kamrup rural district in the Indian state of Assam. This town is possesses large amounts of authentic places and outing spots. National Highway 27 goes through North Guwahati. North Guwahati otherwise called Durjaya, was capital of old territory of Kamarupa under Pala administration. In early medieval occasions region was known as Kamarupa Nagara.
North Guwahati has sanctuaries, streets, extensions, strongholds and canals which are of old cause. There are two sanctuaries on the Aswakranta slope. The upper sanctuary contains the picture of Vishnu lying on Ananta-Sajya. It is one of the best examples of sculptural aptitude in Kamarupa about the start of the twelfth century. The western piece of the town is called Sil-Sako in light of the fact that despite everything it contains a little stone-manufactured scaffold over a stream.
The eastern part is known as Raja-duar lord's door, which demonstrates that the Raja's royal residence was there. The second copper-plate of Dharma Pala was found in the town of Rangmahal around two miles toward the north of Raja-duar. This is another sign that the capital was then at North-Guwahati. In Rajaduur itself exists the stone engraving, dated 1127 Saka, declaring the devastation of the Turkish armed force of Mahammad Bukhtiyar.