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Head-Quater : Tinsukia
Area : 3790 sq. km
HQ PIN Code : 786125
HQ STD Code : 0374
Official Website : www.tinsukia.nic.in
Tinsukia District Map
Population : 13,16,948(2011 Census)
Male : 6,75,986
Female : 6,40,962
Sex Ratio : 948
Density : 347 per sq. km

Tinsukia is an administrative district in the state of Assam in India. The district headquarters are located at Tinsukia. Tinsukia is last district of upper Assam. The district occupies an area of 3790 sq.km. It is situated 480 kilometres (298 mi) north east of Guwahati and 84 kilometres (52 mi) kilometres away from the border with Arunachal Pradesh. It is the administrative headquarters of Tinsukia District of Assam, India.Tinsukia district came into existence on 1st October'1989 as a result of the bifurcation of Dibrugarh district. The district is situated at the easternmost part of the state and is bounded by Dibrugarh and Dhemaji in the west and north-west respectively. It also makes an international border with Myanmar in the south. Hailed as the business capital of Assam, the place has a heady mix of Assamese, Bengali and Hindi-speaking people. It truely is a cosmopolitan town.In ancient times Tinsukia was known as Bengmora. The present name of the place came from the Tinkunia Pukhuri (the pond with three sides) located at the heart of the town. Tinsukia is also a major railhead of Assam. Presently it houses the biggest railway junction of Assam.

The ancient name of Tinsukia was Bangmara which was orginally known as Changmai Pathar. It was the capital of Muttack Kingdom. The First King of Muttack Kingdom was Swargadeo Sarbananda Singha. Sarbananada Singha established his capital at Rangagarah situated in the bank of river Guijan. In 1791 A.D. he transferred his capital to Bengmara. The city was built in the middle of the present Tinsukia City (near the Senairam H.S. School). As per the direction of Sarbananda Singha, Godha Baruah dug a triangler shaped pond in Bangmara which is known as "Tinikunia Pukhuri". In 1884 Dibru-Sadiya Rail line was constructed and a station was setup near the "Tinikunia Phukhuri" which was named as Tinsukia. Since then the City was popularly known as Tinsukia.

According to the map prepared by Captain Hemilton Vetch in 1841, a large portion of present Dibrugarh and Tinsukia district had been identified as "Bengmara Country of Moamareeya Tribe" with its capital at Bengmara (present Tinsukia). In the history of Assam, this Bengmara Country was later popularly known as Muttack Country of Soumar, early name of a region in the North East corner of Assam.

Attaraction :

1) THE NA-PUKHURI : The Na-Pukhuri or the cluster of nine ponds is situated at the South-Eastern corner of Tinsukia Town. A great historical monument of the Muttock Kingdom ( 1788 – 1842 ), it was constructed during the reign of the last Muttock King Sarbananda Singha ( 1788 – 1805 ). It was during his times that many other beautiful tanks and ponds in and around his capital city Bengmara (nowTinsukia) were created.

2) THE STILWELL ROAD : During the World War-II Japan occupied Burma in early part of 1942. The British troops retreated to Assam. The Japanese cut-off road communication to China and isolated it. The Japanese were moving towards the North. The Ledo Road, (from Ledo, Assam, India to Kunming, Yunnan, China) was built during World War II so that the Western Allies could supply the Chinese as an alternative to the Burma Road which had been cut by the Japanese in 1942. It was renamed the Stilwell Road (named after General Vinegar Joe Stilwell of the U.S. Army) in early 1945 at the suggestion of Chiang Kai-shek. It passes through Burma towns of shingbwiyang, Myitkyina and Bhamo in Kachin state.

3) WAR CEMETERIES OF THE WORLD WAR-II AT LONGTONG : The Longtong(earlier known as 3 mile, Stilwell road) cemetery was of those Chinese soldiers grievously wounded during operation and badly diseased by Malaria, Dysentary, Typhoid etc. and hospitalised in the then Chinese Hospital at Margherita where they died and laid in the burrial ground there. The camps of chinese were located at Lekhapani and onwards with a transit camp and godown at Margherita. So, the Cemeteries were laid around their camps.

4) DIBRU-SAIKHOWA NATIONAL PARK : Dibru-Saikhowa National Park, encircled by rivers Brahmaputra and Dibru, is a river island nestled in the lap of Lohit, Dibang and Dangori rivers. Spread over an area of 765 sq. km with a core area of 340 sq. km, it is one of the 14 Biosphere Reserves of India. It enjoys a tropical hot and humid climate with evergreen and semi evergreen forests. Varied vegetation has provided excellent habitat for large numbers of faunal and floral species among which several are globally threatened and endangered. This park is home of Wild Horses. The Dibru-Saikhowa ecosystem is home to a wide range of animals including mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, fishes, butterflies and insects. The Park is inhabited by 35 species of mammals, 502 species of birds, 104 species of fishes, 43 species of reptiles, 105 species of butterflies  and 680 species of plants. Twleve species of mammals recorded in the Park are listed in the Schedule-I of the Indian Wildlife (Protection) Act, 1972.  Among them are the tiger, elephant, Asiatic wild buffalo, hoolock gibbon, capped langur and slow loris. Dibru-Saikhowa National Park is generally kept open for tourist from month of November to April or as notified by the National Park Authority. A written permission from the Park Authority for entering into the National Park is obligatory. No entry after sunset and before sunrise is permitted in the Park. Guijan Ghat and Saikhowa ghat are the two entry points for tourists. Night halt and pickniking inside the Park is strictly prohibited. Lodging facilities are available out side the Park at Guijan Forest I.B.for which advance booking is necessary. However, private Hotels are also available at
Tinsukia Town at a very reasonable rate.

5) DIGBOI : A century ago just before the World War I, history of another kind was in the making in a remote corner of Assam in the midst of the dense and malaria infested jungles by a band of intrepid pioneers searching for black gold. Italian Engineers, commissioned by the Assam Railways and Trading Company, which has already established Tea Gardens, Coal Mines and Timber Mills in the remote North-Eastern part of Assam, to build a railway line from Dibrugarh to Margherita (headquarters A R T & Co.) accidently discovered oil at Digboi. It was here in Digboi that the first commercially viable well in India, known locally as well No.1, was successfully drilled in September'1889 and first modern refinery in India was built and commissioned in December'1901 to supplant a small "batch-still" refinery in Margherita. Digboi boasts of two modern wonders of the world – a hundred-year-old oil field still producing and the world's oldest operating oil refinery. Tucked amid blue hills and undulating plains carpeted with emerald green tea plantations, Digboi still retains its colonial ambience. Its simply breathtaking to have a birds eye view of Digboi from the famous Ridge Hill point. On clear days, one can also see the snow- covered mountains of the eastern Himalayas.

6) MARGHERITA : the centre of tea gardens, plywood factories and coal mines, with many picnic spots dotting the sandy banks of the River Dihing. Cool, misty and away from the mainland, breathing in the aroma of fresh tea leaves is an experience, both rare and heartwarming. The tea gardens here are perhaps the best in the world.

7) SPORTS : the 18-hole golf course developed by the Scottish pioneers in their immutable style. In fact, Digboi can almost be called a Golfing Resort with as many as eight golf courses within close proximity, each with its own individual character and challenges.

8) BORAJAN WILDLIFE SANCTUARY : Located 5 km from Tinsukia, Borajan Wildlife Sanctuary is a small patch of forest in Tinsukia District of Assam. Spread over an area of 5 sq km, this tropical semi-evergreen area has cultivated areas and tea estates. This reserved forest pocket, comes under the Digboi division of east Assam, mainly houses five species of primate – capped langur, hoolock gibbon, stump tailed macaque, slow loris and common macaque. Borajan is also an ideal place for bird watching. The Borajan, Juthli Bari, Kunwari Pathar, Jarkhand and Borajan forest village are the five villages positioned around the sanctuary.

9) Bordubi Tilinga Mandir : It is famous for the "Tilinga" that is hanged in the Temple.
It is believed that if you have a wish and you pray to Lord Shiva for fulfilling the wish,your wish will be granted by lord Shiva. Only thing is that you have to determine to donate a bell at the this temple of bells in Assam. Lakhs of people believe this and offer their prayer everyday at this Temple of bells in Assam. Usually people prefer to visit the Temple of Bells in Mondays. But everyday thousands of people gather there to offer their prayer or to offer bells to Lord Shiva which is tied with a Red thread to the big tree. You can buy bells of different sizes according to your wish from the nearby shops owned by local people of Bordubi village.

Economy :
Tinsukia District is a principal commercial ccentres in Assam. It is mainly an industrial district and the economy of Tinsukia District includes several prominent districts. Some of the industries of this district are IOC (AOD) at Dogboi (Oldest Refinery of Asia), Coal India Ltd. at Margherita, Coal field at Ledo, Bordoloi and Tipong, Oil India Ltd. having Oil Fields in and around Digboi, Makum areas, Bottling Plant at Goponari, Hindustan Liver Ltd. Cosmetic Industry and more. Tinsukia produces generous amount of oranges, ginger, other citrus fruits and paddy (rice).

Minning of Coal in the Makum Coal fields was started by the Assam Railways & Trading Company. The A.R & T. Co. was incorporated on 30/7/1881 and first colliery started was Ledo Colliery, in 1882. The Coal Mines were Nationalized w.e.f. 1/5/1973 under coal Mines(Nationallsation) Act.1973 and the coal Mines in Makum coalfields went under Coal Mines Authority Ltd. Coal India Ltd. was formed in November'1975 and since then the coal mines in the Makum coalfields are being managed by Coal India Ltd.

Tinsukia is famous for its tea gardens.Endless stretches of tea gardens are very pleasing to the eyes. The greenery encompasses the traveller till he is awestruck. There are al,ost 223 Small Tea Growers of Assam Registered with Tea Board of India upto 31st March 2007 (Traditional and Non-Traditional area) from Tinsukia district

Education :

Few of the famous schools in Tinsukia are

1)Budding Buds School,D M Lohia Road,Tinsukia -786125
2)Carmel High School,Digboi, Tinsukia – 786151,Phone Number : 0375-164279
3)Carmel School,Digboi,Tinsukia -768171,Phone Number : 03751-264279,03751-269454
4)Delhi Public School,Digboi, Tinsukia – 786171
5)Don Bosco High School,Tinsukia – 786151,Phone Number : 03759-20353
6)Don Bosco School,Doom Dooma, Tinsukia – 786151
7)Fun Land Play House,Professors Colony ( Near Big
Bazar ), Tinsukia – 786125,Phone Number : 9435270021
8)Guru Teg Bahadur Academy     Tinsukia – 786125
9)Holy Child School,Hijuguri, P.B. No.53, Tinsukia- 786125
10)Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya,Women's ITI Campus, P.O.Borguri, Tinsukia – 786126,Phone Number : 0374-2332129

Few of the famous colleges in Tinsukia

1) Tinsukia College,College Road,Tinsukia,Phone-0374-2338340
2) Tinsukia Law College,Tinsukia,Phone-0374-2333221
3) Tinsukia Women's College,Tinsukia-Phone - 0374/2332244
4) Tinsukia Commarce College,Sripuria,Tinsukia,Phone - 0374-2339274, 0374-2339359
5) Doomdooma College,Rupai Siding,Tinsukia,Phone - 03759-242532, 03759-240800
6) Digboi College.
7) Digboi Mohila Mahavidyalaya.
8) Margherita College,Margherita,Tinsukia,Phone - 03751-220039
9) Sadiya Govt. College,Chapakhowa,Tinsukia,Phone - 03756-244540
10) Ledo College,Ledo,Tinsukia,Phone - 03751-225443


Banks :

1) Allahabad Bank,THANA ROAD,TINSUKIA,Phone: 0374-2330141
2) Axis Bank,SHREE SHYAM KUNJ,CHIRWAPATTY ROAD,TINSUKIA,Phone: 0374-223 4557/ 233 4547/ 233 4546/ 233 1733
3) Bank Of Baroda (BOB),A T ROAD,TINSUKIA,Phone: 0374-2331141
5)Canara Bank,A.T. ROAD,TINSUKIA,Phone: 0374-2331447
6)Central Bank Of India,A.T. ROAD,TINSUKIA,Phone: 0374-2331090
7)Dena Bank,RANGAGOR ROAD,TINSUKIA,Phone: 0374-2331118
8)Central Bank Of India,G.N.B. ROAD,TINSUKIA,Phone:0374-2330834
9)Central Bank Of India,POWAI,MARGHERITA,TINSUKIA,Phone: (03751)-220314
12)Indian Bank (IB),NARASING DAS ROAD,TINSUKIA,Phone: 0374-2331112
13)Indian Overseas Bank (IOB),A. T. ROAD,TINSUKIA,Phone: (0374) 2331138
14)IndusInd Bank,ANKIT TOWER,1ST FLOOR, CHIRWAPATTY ROAD,TINSUKIA,Phone: 0374-2340121,2340122
15)Oriental Bank Of Commerce (OBC),PRITHANI BHAWAN,CHIRW,NARSINGH DAS ROAD,TINSUKIA.Phone: 0374-2339500
16)Punjab National Bank (PNB),TINSUKIA,Phone: 0374-2330373
17)State Bank Of India (SBI),A T ROAD,TINSUKIA,Phone: 0374- 2331594, 2330799
18)State Bank Of India (SBI),TINSUKIA BAZAR,Phone:0374-2351577,2330105
19)Bank Of Rajasthan (BOR),ALB'S COMMERCIAL COMPLEX,CENTRAL BANK LANE,TINSUKIA,Phone: 0374-2330250,94355 32635
20)Federal Bank,CHIRWAPPATTY ROAD,TINSUKIA,Phone: 0374-2330960
22)Union Bank Of India (UBI),A T ROAD SIDING BAZARTINSUKIA,TINSUKIA,Phone: 0374 - 2331117
23)United Bank Of India (UBI),PROKASH BAZAR,TINSUKIA,Phone: (0374) 2330820
24)Vijaya Bank,G N B ROAD,TINSUKIA

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1. Guijan
2. Hapjan
3. Itakhuli
4. Kakopathar
5. Margherita
6. Sadiya
7. Saikhowa


1)Tinsukia-Sanjoy Kishan (BJP )
2)Digboi-Suren Phukan (BJP )
3)Doom Dooma -Durga Bhumij (INC )
4)Sadiya-Bolin Chetia (BJP )
5)Margherita- Bhaskar Sharma (BJP )


1) Lokopriya Gopinath Bordoloi Civil Hospital,Bordoloi Nagar,Tinsukia,Phone-0374-2300032,2338343

2) Aditya Diagnostics & Hospitals,Rungagora Road,Tinsukia- 786125

3) Biroja Hospital Rungagora Road,Rungagora Road,Opposite womens college,Tinsukia

4) Borthakur Nursing Home & Research Centre,Gillapukhuri road Tinsukia

5) City Hospital & Research Centre,G.N.B Road,Tinsukia,Phone-2333349/2337474

6) Dr. Bawaris Nursing Home ,Parbatia Road, Tinsukia,Phone-2336319 / 2337945

7) Jeevan Jyoti Nursing Home,Parbatia,TINSUKIA,Phone-2339756/2338477

8) Pinewood Hospital,Subothoni Road,Dewan Nagar,TINSUKIA,Phone-2300730,2339730

9)Munaf Memorial Hospital cum Research Centre, Margharita, Tinsukia

10)Bora's Nursing Home, Doomdooma, Tinsukia

11)M.R. Agarwal Memorial Diagnostic & Hospital, A.T. Road, Digboi, Tinsukia

12)Cherish Hospital & Diagnostic Centre, Margherita Bazar, Tinsukia


Name of the S. P. Shri Mugdhajyoti Dev Mahanta, APS
Phone:(0374) 2331468(O)/2331444(R)
Mob : 94353-43454

Addl. S.P. (HQ)-(0374) 2301477(O)-2341014 (R)
Dy. S.P. (HQ)-(0374) 2333056(O)-2333056 (R)
Dy. S.P. (DSB)-(0374) 2330889(O)
Dy.S.P. (B)-(0374) 2330277(O)
SDPO, Sadiya-(03756) 244064 (O)
SDPO, Margherita-(03751) 220644 (O)
C.I., Domdooma-(03759) 240660 (O)
C.I., Margherita Digboi-(03751) 267519(O)-267519(R)

Name of the Police Station
1. Tinsukia (0374) 2332100
2. Doomdooma (03759) 240647
3. Sadiya (03756) 242059
4. Digboi (03751) 264844
5. Margherita (03751) 220229
6. Lekhapani (03751) 282775
7. Makum (0374) 2345557
8. Kakopathar (03759) 243527
9. Dhola (03759) 279546
10.Bordubi (0374) 2824452
11. Pengeri (03751) 261003
12. Bardumsa
13. Changchup Chariali
14. Berekuri
15. Phillobari
16. Tangana
16. Baghjan
17. Saikhowaghat(R/PS)

Name of the Out Post
1. Tinsukia T.O.P.
2. Talap-(03759)-245814
3. Na-Sadiya
4. Digboi T.O.P.
5. Ledo-(03751) 225633
6. Ambikapur
7. Santipur
8. Gellapukhuri
9. Napukhuri


Tinsukia city has at least four cinema halls while a few multiplexes are under construction. Rangghar Cinema is the most modern Cinema hall in Tinsukia. It is semi Multiplex with Dolby Digital Sound System and UFO Projection which gives its viewers a good watching experience. It also consists of a food court named Hasty-Tasty. The other halls are Paradise Cinema, Coronation Cinema and Renuka Cinema. These all have modern equipment. Besides these halls there are other community halls like Golapchandra Ravichandra Natya Mandir and Tinsukia Library Auditorium, where cultural programmes are staged on different occasions. The Marut Nandan Kanan with a huge man made pond and an amusement park is a good place for recreation. A heritage Railway museum is a recent addition to the city.

1) Rangghar Cinema,G N B Road,Tinsukia,Phone-0374-2338092
2) Paradise Cinema,Phone-0374-2339678
3) Coronation Cinema,G N B Road,Tinsukia,Phone-0374-2338220


Considered as the commerce capital of Assam, the district is known for its best quality tea production, wood related products like Kitply, Merino ply, National ply etc. Chamber Road, situated at the centre of the town, is the oldest area of business activities especially grocery. Even grocery items are exported from here to neighbour state Arunachal Pradesh.

Besides the above, a variety of shops are in this town dealing in garments, electronics, hardware for Tea industry, etc. The Rangagora Road and the G.N.B Road are full of Shops and Malls. The Daily Bazaar is the oldest market. It is spread over a large area where anyone can find many things of interest, like clothes, shoes and cosmetics. The Daily Bazar has also an exclusive fish and meat market; a choice place for those who like non-vegetarian food. Many shopping malls are growing up in the city namely Vishal Mega Mart, Big Bazaar, Atrium Mall etc. The big Atrium Mall, located near the Daily Bazaar, is under construction and is about to be completed by the end of 2010. Another big mall named ATC Mall at G.N.B Road is also under construction and is going to open very soon. It will the first mall in upper Assam with all the modern features. It will have a multiplex in it too.


From Guwahati(Capital) Tinsukia is 480 kilometres (298 miles). The 37 National highway connects Tinsukia with rest of the country. There is regular Day & Night Delux Bus services from Guwahati to Tinsukia.


Tinsukia Junction Railway Station is located in the town center. It comes under the administrative control of the North East Frontier Railways. Kamrup Express, Dibrugarh-New Delhi Rajdhani Express, Brahmputra Mail, Dibrugarh-Delhi Brahmputra Mail, Amritsar-Dibrugarh Town Express are the main train connections. Very close to the junction station is New Tinsukia. Tinsukia is connected to Guwahati, which is a main rail route. Moving towards west, Dibrugarh Town Railway Station is the major railhead. The airport close to the station is at Dibrugarh, 40 km from Tinsukia.


Tinsukia doesnot have own airport. The nearest airport is in Mohonbari airport in Dibrugarh which is near about 45 km from the city.


1) Shri. S. S. Meenakshi Sundaram, IAS,Deputy Commissioner,Phone: 0374-2331572(O)-2330576 (R)
2)Police Control Room:(0374)-2331476
3)Fire Brigade (Control No.)(0374)- 2332101
4)Circuit House.Phone:0374- 2330520
5)HOTEL EAST INTERNATIONAL,Chirwapatty,Phone - 0374-330724,330700,330978,341700
6)HOTEL HIGHWAY,A.T. Road,Tinsukia,Phone - 0374-340820,332783,335383
7)HOTEL URMILA CONTINENTAL,Rongagora Road,Tinsukia,Phone - 0374-333773, 333777
8)HOTEL JYOTI,Rongagora Road,Tinsukia,Phone - 0374-333245
9)HOTEL PRESIDENT,Phone - 0374-338789,340435
10)HOTEL MAYUR,Phone - 0374-339771,340952
11)HOTEL REX,Phone - 0374-339219
12)HOTEL METRO,Phone - 0374-332323,331267
13)Army (Panitola T.C.P.) 330902/330903
14)Superintendent, Head Post Office 338172/338859
15)Tinsukia Head Post Office 338508/338010
16)Senairam Post Office 338414
17)Telegraph Office 338412/338008
18)C.B.I. 331142
19)C.R.P.F. 331683
20)NIC Tinsukia 333958
21)Tinsukia Municipal Board 330138
22)Tinsukia Development Authority 330191
23)Food Corporation of India (F.C.I.) 330880
24)Joint Director of Health Service 331271
25)Chief Medical & Health Officer 331469
26)Fire Brigade/Dumduma 03759-240323
27)Fire Brigade/Margherita 03751-221502
28)IOC Hospital/Digboi 03751-269398
29)Coal India Hospital/Margherita 03751-220046
30)DE/Maintenance/BSNL Tinsukia 0374-2332266 2332211
31)ASEB /Tinsukia 0374-2338527


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. Adarshgaon 786174
. Agbandha Bengali Gaon 786187
. Alubari 786181
. Amarpur 786157
. Aroimuria 786154
. Arunodaya 786160
. Ashok Nagar 786170
. Baghbari Gaon 786189
. Barchapri 786183
. Barhapjan 786150
. Barhullung 786160
. Barmajan 786174
. Baruahola 786183
. Bhimpathar 786171
. Bisagaon 786182
. Bisfootia 786601
. Bogapani 786171
. Borali 786152
. Bordirak 786152
. Bordoloinagar 786156
. Bordubi Te 786151
. Borgaon 786170
. Borgolai 786181
. Borguri 786126
. Bormuchai 786152
. Buraburi Than 786157
. Chalihanagar 786146
. Challet 786179
. Chapakhowa 786157
. Chellenguri 786152
. Chikarajan 786160
. Dangrigaon 786156
. Dhekiajan 786171
. Dibong 786181
. Digboi Charali 786171
. Digboi Mdg 786171
. Dighal Tarrang 786151
. Dinjan 786189
. Dirak Maithong 786152
. Dohotiagaon 786151
. Doom Dooma Mdg 786151
. Durgabari 786125
. Gahoripam 786183
. Gakhirbheti 786156
. Gellapukhuri 786126
. Gobarbheti 786160
. Golai 786171
. Hahkhati 786154
. Hamuk Jan 786182
. Hansara 786190
. Hijiguri 786192
. Hollong Gutibari 786160
. Hoogrijan 786601
. Inthemgaon 786174
. Islampur 786157
. Jagun 786188
. Jubilee Digboi 786173
. Kachari Maithong 786152
. Kailash Pur 786152
. Kakapathar 786152
. Kakojan 786151
. Kashijan 786152
. Ketetong 786181
. Khamti Gowali 786147
. Khetopathargaon 786145
. Koomsang 786151
. Kukurekhowa 786183
. Kukuremara 786158
. Kumchai 786182
. Kundil 786158
. Laika 786147
. Lainagaon 786156
. Laipuli 786183
. Lakhipather 786171
. Laklapathar 786188
. Lamagaon 786181
. Laupati 786156
. Ledo 786182
. Ledo Tikok 786182
. Lekhapani 786182
. Limbuguri 786147
. Lohari 786146
. Long Gaon 786182
. Makum Junction 786170
. Makum Pathar 786187
. Makumkilla 786187
. Mamorani 786170
. Mankhooli 786148
. Margherita 786181
. Margherita New Colony 786181
. Megela 786154
. Muliabari 786171
. Mullang 786182
. Mulukgaon 786189
. Natun Balijan 786158
. Navajyoti 786152
. Nazirating 786171
. Netaji Road 786151
. Pakharijan 786146
. Panitola 786183
. Parbotia 786125
. Pengri 786174
. Phillobari 786160
. Powai 786171
. Prakash Bazar 786125
. Purani Pukhuri 786174
. Rangagora 786147
. Rupaisiding 786153
. Rupbon 786151
. Sadiya 786155
. Saikhowaghat 786154
. Samdang 786190
. Santipur Bazar 786157
. Sarudhadum 789156
. Senairam Bazar 786125
. Sripuria 786145
. Sripuria Bengali Gaon 786145
. Sukhanpukhuri 786146
. Sukriting 786159
. Talap 786156
. Talpathar 786152
. Tinali Nowgong 786152
. Tingrai 786171
. Tinsukia Hpo 786125
. Tipong 786179
. Tirap 786182
. Tonganabazar 786152
. Tonganagaon 786152
. Udai Pur 786182
. Ulup Gaon 786181

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