Rebuilt Mahabahu Brahmaputra River Heritage Centre soon to become a public hotspot of Assam

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A sneak peek into Mahabahu Brahmaputra River Heritage Centre

Mahabahu Brahmaputra River Heritage Centre inaugurated by the Vice President of India, M. Venkaiah Naidu on the 3rd of October is an interesting place and a chilled hub to be opened for the public in a few days of time. It has a full attic dedicated to all sorts of traditional musical instruments from across Assam. Adding the other amenities like an amphitheater, a heritage of boats, and a cafeteria, this place got a renovated look after 150 years of construction
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An investment of 14 Cr has been made to rebuild this into a beautiful public hot spot.

A place to enjoy and have a quality time, GMDA hopes to appeal to the public in the coming days and relish the old heritage and culture

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