The littlest waterway island on the planet, Umananda Island is a place with legends galore, a place where man and the wild co-propensity in peace and quietness. Umananda Island lies at the core of the Mighty Brahmaputra River which moves through the center of the city of Guwahati.
It was known as Peacock Island among the British Colonists who named it so in view of its shape. The Island is home to an extremely uncommon and imperiled species who are thought to be exceedingly sacrosanct among the general population of the Himalayas. The legend goes that it is the extremely same place where Lord Kamdev Lord of Love was scorched into fiery remains by the third-eye of Lord Shiva when the previous attempted to upset his contemplation in this manner giving it its elective name. The significant fascination of the island is the Umananda Devi Temple which is committed to Lord Shiv and sees an extensive inundation of enthusiasts amid religious celebrations.