The Suburban town of Pandu is named in the wake of King Pandu father of the acclaimed five Pandavas. The Tila Hills in the town has sanctuary committed to Pandu the Pandunath temple. Five Ganesha symbols speaking to the five Pandavas are found here - it is trusted that amid their outcast, the Pandavas stowed away here under the camouflage of Ganesha.
The place likewise exhibits different other idols. Pandu is a Locality in Guwahati with closest air terminal at Guwahati Airport and railroad station at Paltan Bazaar. It is arranged north of Maligaon area and have Brahmaputra waterway to north. Because of its area on shores of Brahmaputra stream, it is real center point of waterway transport offices with a port oversaw by port expert of India.