Tourist Attractions in Dibrubagh are-
Dehing Patkai Wildlife Sanctuaries
The Dehing Patkai rainforests have an area of 111.19 km2 and
these are situated in Dibrugarh and Tinsukia districts and are
well-known for Assam Valley Tropical Wet Evergreen Forests
bordering Arunachal Pradesh. The Sanctuary is a part of the
Dehing-Patkai Elephant Reserve having the World War II
cemeteries close by, along with the Stillwell Road and the
oldest refinery of Asia in Digboi and ‘open cast’ coal mining at
Garpara satra is older than the Dinjoy Satra itself and is
located in Rohmoria mouza, Assam. The head priest of this satra
was Narimaider. In recent times, there has been a proposal of
shifting the satra to a new safer location, because of soil
erosion at the present site.
3)Mahatma Gandhi Udyan, Khanikar Chariali
It is a newly developed park for leisure of people , it is one
of the most excellent in North East.
Raidangia Dol is found in the Kalakhuwa area of Laruah mauza,
under the Barbaruah Dev Block of Assam. It was founded in 700
AD, by Swargodeo Pramatta Singha, the place was initially
devoted to the worship of Lord Vishn. Later on, it became
prominent as Shiva Col. The dol contains relics of the powerful
Ahom Kingdom. Originally, 24 statues were found carved on the
walls of the temple, but now only 14 of them are to be found.
There is a large pond situated nearby to the temple. It is said
that the dol, along with the pond and 200 pura, was given as a
dowry when Swargadeo Pramatta Singha married his sister to
Lekai Chetia Maidam
This maidam is dedicated to Lekai Chetia, an officer of the Ahom
Kingdom, during the term of Swargadeo Pratapsingha. Located in
the Sessa area, near Mankata road of the Dibrugarh district, the
maidam has now become a revered spot in Assam.
6)Lakshminath Bezbaruah Udyan
A park for leisure in Dibrugarh city
Dibru - Saikhowa National Park
Dibru-Saikhowa National Park is situated at about 42 km north of
Dibrugarh town of Assam which covers an area of 350 km2. It lies
between 27°30' N to 27°45' N latitude and 95°10' E to 95°45'E
longitude at an average height of 118 m (range 110-126m). It is
also a biosphere reserve. The park surrounded by the Brahmaputra
and Lohit rivers in the north and Dibru river in the south. It
is located in Dibrugarh and Tinsukia District of Assam. It
mainly consists of wet evergreen forests, tropical moist
deciduous forest, canebrakes and grasslands. It is the largest
salix swamp forest in north east India. The main rainy months
are June, July, August, September. The average coldest and
warmest temperature of the area ranges from 7°C to 34°C where
June, July and August are the hottest while December and January
are the coolest months.
It is a distance of about 37 km from the township of Dibrugarh,
on the banks of the river Burhidihing, is the Namphake village
of Assam. A very striking Buddhist monastery is situated in this
area. This monastery is considered as a meditation hub, due to
its exclusive natural settings and peaceful atmosphere. It also
serves as a very popular tourist attraction of Assam. Apart from
this, the other attractions of the area are Ashoka Pillar,
Pagoda, Nong Mungchiringta (Musulinda tank), and traditional
A Newly opened Readymade Garments Showroom with Latest
10) Dinjoy Satra
This satra was first established by a prime follower of Gopal
Atadev, Srimanta Aniruddha Dev, in a village of North Lakhimpur.
Afterwards it was shifted to Khutiaputa, around the time when
the Moamoria revolution took place. During this period, Astabhuj
Gosain was the head of the satra. But after his end, this
religious seat remained vacant for 14 years. Later on, Pitambar
Chandra Dev was made the head. The satra fell into dilemma once
again at the time of Burmese invasion of India. It was finally
brought to the present site of Dinjan, about 5 km from the
township of Chabua, after peace returned.
11) Dehing Namti Satra
It is about 8 miles from the town of Naharkatia, on the banks of
river Disang. It is the age old Dehing Namti Satra of Assam. The
satra was founded by Binandashyam Gohain and was firstly located
between the roads of Hologuri and Sariyahtoli, in Dibrugarh. The
current location of one of the chief sections of the satra is at
Namti, in Nazira.
12) Radhakrishna Mandir
It is a temple, built of marble stones Near Assam Medical
13) Tilinga Mandir
It is a temple having many bells, 54 kms. Eastwards from
Dibrugarh city centre.
14) Koli Aai Thaan
Koli Aai Thaan is a well-known tourist spot of Dibrugarh, which
is dedicated to Koli Aai, the daughter of the head priest of the
Dibaru Satra of Assam. It is said that due to the lack of male
heir, the satra started disappearing. However, Koli Aai kept the
Satra alive by preaching its ideals and principles. It is
believed that Koli Aai was bestowed with godly powers and she
vanished from the site one day, leaving behind a strong
religious hold in the minds of the people..
15) Jokai Botanical Garden cum Germplasm Center
Jokai Botanical Garden cum Germplasm Center spreads over an area
of 1.2 Ha. Amidst Jokai Reserve Forest is 12 km from Dibrugarh
town on Mancotta-Khamtighat road. Apart from the storehouse of
germplasm of some of the precious and rare species of flora of
this region, the center is a showcase of what this region has in
terms of floral biodiversity. The various zones of this center
include Orchid house, Medicinal and aromatic plants plot,
Rainforest specimen plot, a water pond etc.Other attractions to
visit this botanical garden are Elephant ride to have an
impression of the richness of Jokai Reserve Forest, a retreat to
picturesque beauty of Era-suti along northern boundary of Jokai
Reserve Forest well-known for migratory birds.The work of
developing trekking routes inside Jokai reserve forest and
introduction of boating facilities at Era-suti is in progress to
make sure that a tourist has a complete date with nature here.
16) Bahikhowa Maidam
The Bahikhowa Maidam is found in the Khowang Tea Estate area of
Dibrugarh. This graveyard is dedicated to Bahikhowa Dasarath
Dowerah. He was the Chief of the Army staff of Ahoms, during the
supremacy of Swargodeo Rajeswar Singha. Apart from this huge
maidam, there are several other smaller maidams located in the
nearby places, but all of them are in ruins now.
17) Dehing Satra
The ruins that are seen on the banks of the Dehing River under
Larua mouza in present Dibrugarh, was a very well-known satra
during the rule of the Ahom king Rajeswar Singha. During the
famous Moamoria revolution, the satra received royal support
from Rajeswar Singha and also from a number of other kings like
Lakhi Singha and Gaurinath Singha.
18) Barbarua Maidam
It is at a distance of about 14 km to the south of Dibrugarh,
just nearby to the NH37, there are two ancient graveyards that
were raised to honor two officials of the Ahom Dynasty.
Historian Sarbananda Rajkumar believes that these two maidams or
graveyards were erected for Bura Dihinigia Barbarua and Deka
Dihingia Barbarua. Apart from these, there are some other
smaller maidams at the same site, which were built to honor
other soldiers of the same regime.
19) Moderkhat Satra
Moderkhat Satra is actually an expansion of the Dinjoy Satra and
was founded in the Moderkhat area of the Dibrugarh district.
Chandrakantadev was the originator of this monastery. He was the
brother of Sidanandadeb Dinjoy, who was the head priest of the
Dinjoy Satra of Assam.
20) Sarumechlow and Bormechow Maidam
These two maidams are found in the Lengeri mouza locality of
Dibrugarh city and are said to be the graveyards of Sarumechlow
and Bormechow, who were the queens of King Sukhampha Khura
(1552–1611) of the Ahom regime.