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 calming sound of the gushing Brahmaputra. The entrance is a large red structure gateway welcoming the people in the regional tongue. Parks are also maintained around the ghat for people to relax or enjoy a day off around the gentle breeze which flows from over the river.
Location of the Netai Dhubuni Ghat is around some other well visited spots, with the Chilarai Statue and the Astami Mela Maidan nearby, the bank/ghat is a common spot for locals or tourists visiting the town. Recently in the year 2018, in order to increase tourism and awareness about the history of the town, a statue of Netai Dhubuni has been inaugrated by the Chairman of Assam Tourism Development Corporation, Jayanta Malla Baruah. Being close to the Astami Mela Mandir, it is advised to visit around Dushehra to also enjoy the grand celebration of the festival.
The surrounding parks and pathways serve as an excellent spot for people to hang around with friends or family, picnicking is a common occuring around these parts and around the banks, the river brings in pleasant winds during the hot weather. The best time to visit the ghat is around the ending of the monsoon period, during this time the water level and flowing speed of Brahmaputra is impeccable.