Dhubri

Dhubri is the headquarter of Dhubri district India. It is an old town on the bank of the Brahmaputra river, with historical significance. In 1883, the town was first constituted as a Municipal Board under British regime. It is situated about 277.4 kilometres west from Dispur, the state capital of Assam.

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Chakrashila Wildlife Sanctuary
74 kms from Dhubri city limits
Wildlife

Chakrashila Wildlife Sanctuary is one of the wildlife sanctuaries parks situated in the state of Assam. The park is around 74 kms from the Dhubri city centre.

Chakrashila Wildlife Sanctuary is a wildlife sanctuary famous for the Langur monkeys. It is considered as the home of Langur monkeys in India. Built in 1956, the wildlife sanctuary got a sanctuary status in July 1994. To get recognised as a wildlife sanctuary, a local activist group called Nature's Beckon has strived hard in the past. A total of 119 species of birds and 23 species of reptiles and 40 species of butterflies are...

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Chilarai Statue, Dhubri
Within Dhubri city limits
ArtHistory

Chilarai Statue of Shukladhaj is located at Netai Dhubuni Ghat in Dhubri and is about 3. 1 Km from the center of the city. This memorial statue of Chilarai is established near around the Ashtami Mela Maidan and can be reached in under 15 minutes via the Guru Teg Bahadur Road.

Built in the memory and honour of Shukladhaj, son of Maharaja Viswa Singha. The tales of Chilarai and his leadership skills of the army is not something one can miss around the North Eastern part of the Country. Shukladhaj was the army general to his elder brother, Nar Narayan, the ruler of Koch Bihar around t...

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Dhubri Kali Bari, Dhubri
Within Dhubri city limits
Architecture

Dhubri Kali Bari is one of the famous Hindu temples in Assam. It is a temple of Goddess Kali, which is located at Dhubri, Assam. The closest railhead is Dubri railway station, which is situated at a distance of 1. 3 km. One can access this temple conveniently through public or private transportation.

Dhubri Kalibari came into being in December 1928. It is considered to be a milestone of Dhubri in the religio-socio field. Earlier, there was just a wooden temple with clay idols of Mother Goddess Kali and Shiva Linga. Devotees from all across the states come to seek fulfillment of ...

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Dhubri Park, Dhubri
Within Dhubri city limits
Nature

Dhubri Park is one of the main attractions of Dhubri, Assam. This park is really close to the main part of the city. The nearest railway station is Dhubri railway station, which is at a 2. 2 km distance. Dhubri bus stand is just 1 km far from here. Visitors can easily reach here through private or public transports like auto and rickshaw.

Dhubri park lies along the banks of the Brahmaputra river. It offers a splendid view of the river. The scenic beauty of this place is mesmerising in every aspect. It is really a calm and peaceful place. Tourists can ideally spend an hour or two...

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Gaurang Botanical Garden is one of the science gallery situated in the state of Assam. The garden is around 48 kms from the Dhubri city centre.

Located at the bank of a small river known as Gaurang river, Gaurang Botanical Garden is surrounded by the beauty of nature. Gaurang Botanical Garden was set up on the eastern river bank by the Social Forestry of Government of Assam. The park houses many herbaceous species including the endangered ones. The place is tranquil and one can spend the leisure time here.

Visitors can ideally spend around two-three hours, on a visit to...

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Situated at top of the Matiabag Hill and near the bank of the river Godadhar is the century old Gauria Rajbari (Hawakhana) or the Matiabag Palace or also known as the Matiabag Rajbari. It is around 10 Kms from Dhubri and one can reach the destination in under half an hour via the Dhubri-Kochugaon Road or the Guru Teg Bahadur Road.

Commissioned by Raja Probhat Chandra Baruah, the establishment was built by chinese architects who incorporated India, Mughal and British style of architecture to come up with the piece of marvel that is this palace. Construction of the Gauripur Rajbari (...

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Gurdwara Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib, Dhubri
33 kms from Dhubri city limits

Gurdwara Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib is a Gurudwara situated in the state of Assam. Gurdwara Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib is located in Guaripur city limits. The Gurudwara is around 33 kms from the Dhubri city centre.

Gurdwara Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib is a place of worship for Sikhs in Dhubri. The Gurudwara is situated on the banks of Brahmaputra River. Guru Nanak Dev visited this place in 1505 AD and met Srimanta Sankardeva on his way when he travelled from Dhaka to Assam. Gru Teg Bahadur established the temple in the 17th century. Around 50,000 devotees of all religions from ...

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Mahamaya Snan Ghat, Dhubri
35 kms from Dhubri city limits
History

Mahamaya Snan Ghat is a Hindu temple in Assam. It is situated in Bogribari, Assam. The temple stands on a beautifull hillock, which is about 35 kms away from Dhubri town.

At Mahamaya Snan Ghat, thousands of pilgrims arrive throughout the year. This temple is located a few kilometres from the main temple, Mahamaya Temple. The main temple is popularly known as Mahamaya Than. The presiding diety of this temple is Goddess Mahamaya. Hindus from western Assam worship this diety. Idols of Goddess Kali and Lord Hanuman also adorn this temple. Priests worship the diety on a daily basis a...

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Mahamaya Temple, Guaripur
33 kms from Dhubri city limits
WildlifeHistory

Mahamaya Temple is one of the Hindu temples situated in the state of Assam. Mahamaya Temple, Guaripur is located in Guaripur city limits. The garden is around 33 kms from the Dhubri city centre, or it is an hour drive.

Mahamaya temple is Hindu Shakti Peeth located in Guaripur. The presiding deity is the family god for Kacharies, Koches and Nath. The temple has a 400-year-old tradition of sacrificing animals at the time of Durga Puja. Hundreds of animals or birds, like buffaloes, goats, pigeons and ducks are butchered here.

Visitors can ideally spend around 30 minutes, o...

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Naranarayan AC Market, Dhubri
Within Dhubri city limits

Naranarayan AC Market is one of the most famous markets in Dhubri, Assam. This shopping complex is situated within Boro Bazar. The closest railhead is Dhubri Railway Station, which is just 1. 2 km away. Dhubri bus stand lies at just a distance of 450 m. It is easily accessible from all parts of the city as this market lies within city limits.

Naranarayan AC Market is a really good place to shop in the small town, Dhubri. Here, you get everything from classy clothing to great gifts. So, it is a perfect place to go in this small town to buy things for you and gifts for your friend...

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Established during the British era, the Netai Dhubuni Ghat is located on the banks of the mighty river Brahmaputra, addressed at Boro Bazar. The distance from the city up to the ghat is around of 3. 1 Kms and can be easily reached in under 15 minutes via the Guru Teg Bahadur Road.

Netai Dhubuni Ghat gets its name coined based from a mythological being. Netai Dhubuni is considered as the mythological lady who used to wash the clothes of Gods and Godesses on the banks of Brahmaputra. Architecture wise the ghat is a very well maintained spot where people often visit to enjoy the calmi...

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Situated on the National Highway 17, the Panbari Masjid is around 22 kms from the town of Dhubri. It's reachable via the Dhubri-Kochugaon Road or the Guru Teg Bahadur Road onto the NH 17 in under 45 minutes. The stretching drive to the mosque from the city is a pleasant one with ample greenery and sightseeing around the way passing through the tea plantations.

Regarded as the oldest mosque in the state of Assam, the Panbari Masjid was built in between 1493 to 1519 under the rule of the famous Alauddin Hussain Shah, the then Sultan of Bengal who commissioned the construction of the ...

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Panchpeer Dargah stands as one of the important structures of historical importance around the banks of the river Brahmaputra. It lies aroud 3. 1 kms from the city of Dhubri and is accessible via the Guru Teg Bahadur Road in under 15 minutes.

Built in the year 1662, the Panchpeer Dargah marks the site of the last living remains of the five Sufis who accompanied Raja Ram Singh in the Mughal attack on the sultanate of Assam. Constructed in a blend of Indian-Islamic architecture, the dargah welcomes one with a gated entry. The main entrance has an arc like structure with the nameplate...

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The Victoria Memorial Park, located at Tetultola lies roughly at a distance of 3 Km from the center of the city and can be reached in under 10 minutes via the Guru Teg Bahadur Road. Built in the memory and honour of Queen Victoria herself, this is the only listed park in the city and is a well known and well visited one.

Built in the year 1905 by the British Government with a white marble statue of Queen Victoria established inside the premises marking the region under the British rule and authority, the Victoria Park is a beautifully developed park in western Assam. Dhubri was an ...

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