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Chakrasila Wildlife Sanctuary

Declared in 1994, Chakrasila wildlife sanctuary is second protected habitat for Golden Langur in India. Sprawling over 45.57 Sq. Km, Chakrasila WLS covers parts of both Dhubri and Kokrajhar. The sanctuary is located at a distance of about 6 Km from Kokrajhar and 68 Km Dhubri. “Dheer Beel” and “Diplai Beel” on either side are …

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Panchpeer Dargaha

This site is perfect example of religious harmony alongwith Hajo in Kamrup district of Assam where devotees throng in to offer their prayers and patronizing each other’s religion and practices irrespective of their own religion.  

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Chakrasila Wildlife Sanctuary

Declared in 1994, Chakrasila wildlife sanctuary is second protected habitat for Golden Langur in India. Sprawling over 45.57 Sq. Km, Chakrasila WLS covers parts of both Dhubri and Kokrajhar. The sanctuary is located at a distance of about 6 Km from Kokrajhar and 68 Km Dhubri. Supplemented by lakes “Dheer Beel” and “Diplai Beel” on …

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Rangamati Mosque

The pre Mughal structure was built by Hussain Shah, the then Governor of Bengal. Rangamati Mosque is located in Rangamati at a distance of about 25 Km from Dhubri district HQ. This Rangamati locality was once used as fort to protect from invading Mughal army. This unique Mosque was used as a prayer place by …

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Mahamaya Dham

One of the major pilgrimage location in Lower Assam, Mahamaya Dham is located at Bogribari, 30-35 Km from Dhubri Town and about 10 Km from Bilasipara. The Dham was considered next to Kamakhya Dham at Guwahati and Madan Mohan in Coochbehar. It is believed that the mother Goddess Mahamaya (great illusion) of Parvatjowar was worshipped …

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Gurudwara Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib

Located in the heart of the city on the bank of the mighty river Brahmaputra. Dhubri is the rendezvous of Sikh Guru Teg Bahadur and Assam scholar Srimanta Sankardev in 1505 AD. The Gurudwara, established by ninth Sikh Guru Teg Bahadur, is being visited by many devotees from across during Sahidee Guru Parav celebrated in …

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