Dibrugarh is an administrative district in the state of Assam in India. Dibrugarh is the district headquarters.
Geography of Dibrugarh
Dibrugarh district covers the 3381 SQ. KM. area. Dibrugarh district is bounded by Dhemaji district on the North side, Tinsukia district on the East side, Tirap district of Arunachal district on the South-East side and Sibsagar district on the North and South-West side. This district covers a total area of 3381 sq kms.
Latitude of Dibrugarh city : 27 deg 5' 38'' N to 27 deg 42' 30'' N
Longitude of Dibrugarh city : 94 deg 33' 46'' E to 95 deg 29'8'' E
Dibrugarh district derived its name from Dibarumukh. The name derived from the mouth(mukh) of the river Dibaru or Dibru (Bodo word dibru, a blister) during the reign of Suhungmung, Pharsengmung Borgohain, Chao Siulung, Kilong fought against the Chutiya king who was defeated in the battle and surrendered before the Ahom King.
Culture of Dibrugarh District
Communities inhabiting the Dibrugarh district are Ahoms, Chutiya, Muttock, Tea tribes, Sonowal Kacharis, Moran etc. There are also some Tai speaking Buddhist communities like Tai-Phake, Khamti and Khamyang.
Development Block in Dibrugarh District
Dibrugarh District divide into 7 Development Block
Mouza or Taluka in Dibrugarh District
In Dibrugarh District there is 21 Mouza or Taluka
Revenue Circle in Dibrugarh District
Dibrugarh District divide into 7 Revenue Circle
Cities and Towns in Dibrugarh District
Police Station in Dibrugarh District
Police Stations in Dibrugarh District are Dibrugarh, Rohmoria, Ghoramora , Lahowal, Naharkatia, Joypur, Tingkhong, Rajgarh, Chabua, Tengakhat, Duliajan, Moran, Khowang, Borboruah.
Railway Stations in Dibrugarh District
Dibrugarh Town Railway Station
Namrup Railway Station
Bus Stations in Dibrugarh District
Chowkidinghee Bus Station
Phool Bagan Public Bus Station
Murleidhor Jalan Dibrugarh Bus Station
Thana Charali Bus Station
Tourist places in Dibrugarh District
Lekai Chetia Maidam
Koli Aai Than
Jokai Botanical Garden
Dehing Namtii Satra
Wildlife Sanctuaries in Dibrugarh District
Dibru-Saikhowa National Park
Universities in Dibrugarh District
Colleges in Dibrugarh District
R K B Law College
C K Hazarika B Ed College
Gyan vigyan Academy
D H S K Law College
D.H.S.K. Commerce College
Aniruddha Deva College
Economy of Dibrugarh District
In Dibrugarh District there is two major industries, Oil & Natural Gas and Tea Production.Tea plantations and tea industries surround the entire region. Interestingly, some of the tea gardens of this district are over 100 years old. Some people is engaged in rice, sugar-cane, pulses, and fish farming.