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Marigaon is a place packed with many surprise elements for tourists to explore. Enriched with strong history, fascinating legends and unique traditions and culture, the town is like a box of surprises, waiting to be opened.
The River Brahmaputra marks the northern limits of the district and west offers the sight of snow capped Himalayas with sun peaking from its behind. The place is also an agricultural land where vegetables, jute, mustard, wheat and paddy are mainly grown and provide steady source of income for the locals. Dotted with many attractions and enriched with flora and fauna, Marigaon is also known as Marigaon and is an enchanting land of beauty and glory.
- Avoid travelling during monsoon season owing to heavy rainfall and strong winds.- Winters are cold, so carry extra woollens.- Make sure you have enough information beforehand of wherever you go sightseeing or have a guide with you.
Deosal Siva Mandir is located at Jagiroad just near the boundary of Jagiroad Paper Mill. it is not located near Pabitora Wild Life Sanctuary, which is far away from this place. it takes more than 1 hour to reach from Jagiroad to Mayong Pobitora Wild Life Sanctuary. Deosal is the village mostly populated by Tiwa, Bordo people. This temple is considered one of the most famous temple among the Tiwa people.
Unparalleled natural beauty with very less pollution. An offbeat destination offering peace and tranquillity.
Vulnerable to floods, been a constant victim of heavy rains and haywire commutation and hygiene routine as the town immerses in water.
Couples, families and individuals looking for a breath of fresh air, experience beauty and tranquillity, escape from the fast-paced life of the metros, this is the place to be.
Morigaon is only about 80 km away from the main town Guwahati in Assam. This physical proximity makes it accessible to visitors from various parts of India through Guwahati. (Read More)