Parvati hills is located near Boko, a small town 55 KMs west of Guwahati. The lush green hillock can be explored by trekking through a tranquil emerald route which offers picturesque views of the natural surroundings. The Parvati Temple, dedicated to Goddess Parvati, is situated atop the hillock. A visitor never misses the magnificent views of the valley, smeared with grandeur of the scarlet skyline in its sunrise and sunsets. A walk to the nearby Rabha village to witness the community's way of life and relish an ethnic meal is a perfect option for tourists. Numerous festivals like the Baikho festival, Suwori festival, to name a few, can be witnessed in the region. During the month of May-June, the Rabha community celebrates the annual Baikho religious festival. As per the ritual, the priest of the community runs over burning charcoal to seek blessings for a good harvest. The century old Suwori festival is celebrated in Boko town by the Garo, Rabha, Boro, Hajong, Koch-Rajbongshi communities in the month of Bohag(April) during Rongali Bihu.The festival displays the vibrant multicultural collage of Assam. A 20 KMs drive to the Chamaria village gives a glimpse of Assam's rich cultural heritage.The Chamaria Sattra (Vaisnavite Monastery), which was established in 1588 by Bar Vishnu Ata, is one of the oldest Sattras in Assam.
Parvati Pahar is under the juridiction of Boko Police Station. Their contact number as per our record is 073994-90580.
Nearest Madical Facilty to Parvati Pahar is Boko PHC / CHC / FRU. Their contact number as per our record is .