Dibrugarh

Dibrugarh is an industrial city surrounded by sprawling tea estates in Assam, northeast India. It sits on the Brahmaputra River and is also famously known as Tea city of India. Dibrugarh offers several places to tourists and one of the prime attraction is its tea estates. Apart from this Dibrugarh is close to many wildlife sanctuaries and forest ranges. The city also houses many prominent Hindu Temples in the region.

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The Anthropological Museum of Indigenous Peoples is the only natural history museum listed in Dibrugarh. The museum is located in the Department of Anthropology, University of Dibrugarh, Dibrugarh, Assam. It is not more than 6 kms from the city centre. Since, it is only one of its kind, the museum is said to be further developed soon as a tourist spot with expansion of its building as well as the artifacts it contains.

All the anthropological things like social and physical artefacts are present inside the huge and clean premises of the museum. The beautiful ancient jewelries an...

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Barbarua Maidam, Dibrugarh
14 kms from Dibrugarh city limits
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Barbarua Maidam is located at a distance of about 14 kms from the city of Dibrugarh in Assam.

Barbarua Maidam is a big open ground that the local people come to relax in or enjoy leisure sports like cricket, football, and badminton. It is a great picnic spot in the city. It is not a popular tourist destination and is more locally used. It is easily accessible by road being located just at the side of Highway 37. It is considered as a paradise for all the lovers of the nature. There are two main graveyards that are built to honor the high ranking officials of the Ahom Dynasty. The his...

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Bogibeel Bridge, Dibrugarh
16 kms from Dibrugarh city limits
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Bogibeel bridge is a combined road and rail bridge across the river Brahmaputra between the Dhemaji and Dibrugarh district in the state of Assam. It is the longest rail-cum-road bridge in India. It is at a distance of about 16 kms from the city of Dibrugarh.

The construction of 4. 94 kms Bogibeel Bridge was completed in 2018, starting from 2002. It is the forth road-cum-rail bridge across the Brahmaputra river. Due to its location, the Bogibeel bridge is of utmost importance to India as it will significantly enhance the ability to transport troops and supplies to its border with...

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Dehing Namti Satra
80 kms from Dibrugarh city limits
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Dehing Namti Satra is located in Namti in Nazria, at a distance of 80 kms from Dibrugarh in Assam.

The Dehing Namti Satra is located right on the banks of the River Disang. The main branch of the monastery is located at Namti in Nazria. It was founded by Binandashyam Gohain, who had a follower named Lachit Borphukan. It is one of the main monasteries of the followers of the Bhakti Saints Mahapurusha Srimanta Sankardeva and Mahapurusha Madhavadeva.

Dibrugarh is quite a major city in the northeastern region of India. It is the emerging communication and industrial hub of Assa...

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Dehing Patkai Wildlife Sanctuary
83 kms from Dibrugarh city limits
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Dehing Patkai is a rainforest in the state of Assam with a very large area. Dehing is the river that flows through the forest and Patkai is the name of the hill on the foot of which it lies. It spreads over 575 square kilometers towards the district of Tinsukia, Dibrugarh and Sibsagar. Apart from these districts, it also extends upto Tirap and Changlang districts of Arunachal Pradesh. One part of this forest was declared as a sanctuary on 13th of January, 2004 and the other part was considered as Dibru Deomali Elephant Reserve. It is located in the foothill of Himalayan range of Arunachal P...

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Dinjoy Satra
34 kms from Dibrugarh city limits
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Dinjoy Satra is a small village located about 34 kms from Dibrugarh, the district headquarters in the state of Assam.

According to the Census in 2011, the population of Dinjoy Satra was 869 people living in 175 households. The most popular tourist destination in the village is the Dinjoy Satra Monastery. Legend has it that among all the twelve main devotees of Gopal Atadev, there was one known as Aniruddha Dev who was quite a distinguished follower. He founded the Satra first at Busnubalikakunshi village of North Lakhimpur but it was later shifted to Khutiaputa. The Moamoria rebellio...

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DU Park, Dibrugarh
5 kms from Dibrugarh city limits
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DU Park is situated at Japara Gaon, Dibrugarh, of state Assam. It is about 5 kms away from the city and it takes about 20 mins to reach the place from the city center. On reaching Dibrugarh, visitors can take public transport and can directly reach to the DU Park.

The Du Park is a theme based educational cum recreational park which provides knowledge as well as the culture of the Indian society. The park is very beautiful. It has some of the striking sculptures which leave the visitors awe-struck. There are the structures of Rangghar, sculptures of a life-size elephant, a rhino, an...

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Heritage Museum, Dibrugarh
6 kms from Dibrugarh city limits
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The Heritage Museum, also known as ‘Malbhog Baruah Sangrahalay’, is the only arts museum located on AT Road at about 6 kms from the centre of Dibrugarh. It is a part of the Dibrugarh University.

This Heritage Museum is a renovated structure of a 120 year old building where the Berry White Medical School later Assam Medical College had started way back in 1900. The Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage (INTACH) was being entrusted the task of reconstructing it. This museum was inaugurated in Dibrugarh University by noted litterateur and former Asom Sahitya Sabha...

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Jagannath Temple, Dibrugarh
6 kms from Dibrugarh city limits
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The Jagannath Temple is located on the outskirts of the city of Dibrugarh, at a distance of about 6 kms from the city center.

The Jagannath Temple in Dibrugarh is a replica of the Shri Jagannath Temple in Puri, Odhisha. It is a marvelous architectural fete with crafting in red stone. The main sanctum is located on a high platform. The atmosphere is quite serene and you can feel the holiness of the temple seeping in your body when you visit. There are lush green tea gardens all around the temple. It is not much crowded and you can spend quality time in peace.

Dibrugarh is qu...

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Jokai Botanical Garden
12 kms from Dibrugarh city limits
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Jokai Botanical Garden is situated around 12 kms from Dibrugarh city on the Mancotta Khamtighat road. The garden is around 10. 4 kms away from the city center of Dibrugarh. It takes about 30 mins to reach the place from the city. On reaching Dibrugarh, visitors can take public transport or can even book a cab and directly reach to the destination.

Jokai Botanical Garden is spread over 1. 2 hectares of land which is in between of Jokai Reserved Forest. The garden has a storehouse where germplasm of some rare species of flora of the region are being stored up. The garden also has med...

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Lekai Chetia Maidam
Within Dibrugarh city limits
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Lekai Chetia Maidam is located near the Mankota road at Sessa. It is located in the city of Dibrugarh in Assam.

Lekai Chetia Maidam is a dedication to an Ahom official, Lekai Chetia. He worked under Swragodeo Pratapsingha. It is now considered as a Thaan or a religious institution. Over the years, it has become one of the most revered places, not only in Dibrugarh, but in the whole state of Assam. The atmosphere of the Maidam is quite serene and it is away from the urban noise of Dibrugarh. Tourists and locals have been spending a whole day at the place without getting bored. The who...

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Mahatma Gandhi Park is located at Chring Gaon, Dibrugarh city, which is situated in the state of Assam. The park is about 5. 5 kms away from Dibrugarh city and takes about 16 mins to reach the park from the city center. On reaching Dibrugarh, visitors can take public transport and easily reach to the destination.

Mahatma Gandhi Park is a newly developed park in Dibrugarh. The park is best for recreation. The park is a nice and beautiful place for people to come and enjoy themselves. The park also has some beautiful sculptures which are eye-catching. The park has a beautiful fountai...

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Naharkatia Tea Plantations
50 kms from Dibrugarh city limits
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The name Naharkatia Tea Plantations is derived from the nearby town of Naharkatia which in Assamese means ‘an area cleared by cutting Nahar trees’. The town is considered to be a commercial hub for nearby tea gardens and villages.

The tea factory underwent major changes in its location due to the change in course of river Buri Dehing. The foundation of the Naharkatia Tea Estate was laid by James Finland and Company who came from Scotland to Assam in1906. The establishment came under the supervision of Tata Tea after a span of good 77 years, in 1983. Finally, the control of t...

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Namdapha National Park
186 kms from Dibrugarh city limits
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Namdapha National Park is located in Changlang district of the North East state of Arunachal Pradesh. The place is around 186 kms away from Dibrugarh city and it takes about 3 hours to reach the place via road. Visitors can take public transport or can also hire a cab to reach the destination. Visitors can also opt for trains to reach the park. The nearest Railway atation is Tinsukia Railway Station which is about 141 kms away from the Namdapha National Park and it will take about 2 hours to reach the park via train.

Namdapha National Park is the largest protected area in the Easte...

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Namphake Village
37 kms from Dibrugarh city limits
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Among the many places of interest in the city of Dibrugarh is the Namphake village at a distance of about 37 kms from the city centre. The village has grown into an exotic heritage centre attracting tourist from different parts of the world, making it a living museum with all its salient features. This uncommon village was setup in 1850. They have been unaffected from the outside world and have maintained the purity of their distinct culture.

The river Burhidihing – a tributary of mighty Brahmaputra river, flows along Namphake village, making it a picturesque village. There is...

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Radha Krishna Mandir, Dibrugarh
5 kms from Dibrugarh city limits

Radha Krishna Mandir is located on the northeastern side of the city of Dibrugarh in Assam, at a distance of 5 kms from the city center.

The temple is built with donations from the wealthy Jalan family. The main temple is housed on the first floor of the sanctum. The priests are quite helpful in aiding you perform your prayers. The temple is built in quite a spacious area. There is a serenity that you will experience in the temple. It is located near the Assam Medical College and is a dedication to Radha and Krishna, the Hindu Goddess and God.

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Raidongia Dol
31.4 kms from Dibrugarh city limits
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Raidongia Dol is located in Larua Mowza in Kalakhowa region, near Dhingia Barbarua road, Dibrugarh, of the state of Assam. The place is about 31. 4 kms away from the city and it takes about 40 mins to reach the destination. On reaching Dibrugarh, visitors can hire a cab or can take public transport and directly reach to the Raidongia Dol.

Raidongia Dol is a nice ruined monument with a large park. The dol still has several ancient relics of the Ahom kingdom. The dol also has statues engraved on the walls. It is believed that the dol had 24 statues earlier but now there are only 14 ...

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