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District Dhemaji

  Topic » Dictionary of India » Districts Profile of India » Assam Districts
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Dhemaji district is an administrative district in the state of Assam in India. The district headquarters are located at Dhemaji.

Geography of Dhemaji
Dhemaji district covers an area of 3237 Sq. Km. The boundaries of the Dhemaji district are the hilly ranges of Arunachal Pradesh to the North and the East, Lakhimpur district in the West and the river Brahmaputra in the South.

Latitude of Dhemaji city :  27 deg 05' 27'' N and 27 deg 57' 16'' N
Longitude of Dhemaji city :   94 deg 12' 18'' E and 95 deg 41' 32'' E

About Dhemaji
Dhemaji district came into being on 14th August / 1st October 1989. It is one of the remotest district of India, at the easetern-most part of Assam. Situated in the foothills of the lower Himalyas it is relatively a small town.  The name 'Dhemaji', meaning 'the playground of floods', came from the Assamese words 'dhal' (flood) and 'dhemali' (playing).

The district is inhabited by Assamese speaking people -- Ahoms, Koches, Kalitas, Sonowal Kacharis,  Kaibartas and other tribes like Mishings and Deoris. Also there are the migrant Hindu and Muslim Bengalis.

Sub-Division in Dhemaji District

In Dhemaji District there is 2 Sub-Division
Dhemaji (Sadar)

Development Block in Dhemaji District
In Dhemaji District there is 5 Development Block
Murkongselek T. D.Block, Jonai

Revenue circles in Dhemaji District
In Dhemaji District there is 4 Revenue circles

Cities and Towns in Dhemaji District

Police Stations in Dhemaji District
Police Stations in Dhemaji District are : Dhemaji, Gogamukh, Silapathar, Jonai

Railway Stations in Dhemaji District

Gogamukh Railway Station
Murkeongselek Railway Station
Silapathar Railway Station

Bus Stations in Dhemaji District
Silapathar Bus Station

Tourist Place in Dhemaji District
Malini Than
Ghuguha Dol
Maa Manipuri Than
Rajgarh Ali

Wildlife Sanctuaries in Dhemaji District
Bordoibum Beelmukh Bird Sanctuary     

Colleges in Dhemaji District
Dhemaji College
Moridhal College, Moridhal, Dhemaji
Dhemaji PGT College
Jonai Girls College

Economy of Dhemaji District
Agriculture is the main occupation of the people.Paddy is the major agricultural crop cultivated. Ali, Ahu and Boro are the three main varieties of rice commonly grown in Dhemaji. Mustard is the major oil seed crop grown in the district. Potato and pulses are other major crops grown in the district.

Some small-scale units are registered as weaving or cane and bamboo industries. The silk industry has the potential to be commercially tapped. Sericulture (breeding of silk worms), is a major agro-based industry.

District Tinsukia

Tinsukia district is a districts of  state  Assam, India. The district headquarters are located at Tinsukia. Geography of Tinsukia Tinsukia district is bounded by in East-South side by Arunachal Pradesh, In the South-west side by Dibrugarh District and in North side by Dhemaji District which is separated from Tinsukia District by the mighty river Brahmaputra. Tinsukia district covers the 3790 sq. kms area. Main Rivesr : Brahmaputra, Lohit, Buri Dehing, Dibru are the main rivers of this district. ..


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