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 in the regional language, there are also a couple of minarets on the entrance. Getting inside of the compound, the area is quite well maintained with marbled flooring and the five spots of the saints covered with white marble and a sheet on top of the mazar with inscriptions in arabic and urdu.

The Panchpeer Dargah is a site of neutrality and is held in high regards by the whole society, one big factor is also because of the rise of Raja Ram Singh in that battle where if believed he was also accompanied by the Guru Teg Bahadur. People from every community often visit the dargah with prayers and offerings for the saints irrespective of their religion or any other social barriers. br />
Panchpeer Dargah of Dhubri can be visited durgin timings 8:00 AM - 7:00 PM.