Dibrugarh is a popular city in the Indian state of Assam. It became a separate district in the year 1976. Before that, this city was the camp area of the Ahoms during the time of a regional war between Ahom & Sutiya dynasty. It derives its name from the river that flows through it. Dibrugarh was developed with a great speed during the British rule in India.
Perching on the banks of the River Dibaru, Dibrugarh is elevated at a height of 354 feet above the sea level. It unrolls across 66 sq. km. of land that is a rough terrain. The climate of Dibrugarh is classified as subtropical in nature. During the winters, the median mercury level shoots up to 37°C and drops down at 16°C on an average during the winter season. It also receives an ample amount of rainfall with an annual average of 2100 mm.
Dibrugarh is a beautiful city that houses astounding attractions. The bustling markets of Dibrugarh shouldn’t be missed when an individual visits the town. Paltan Bazaar, New Market, Chowkidinghee Bazaar, Graham Market, Shanti Para Bazaar, and other places draw the visitors on a large scale.