The capital of the Ahoms in the previous times, Jorhat is a city located in the Indian state of Assam. The etymology of Jorhat explains its meaning. Jorhat translates into a joint market in the local language. Jorhat was amid those cities where the revolt of 1857 left a great impact and evoked the revolution against the British even violent.
Located in the central part of the enchanting Brahmaputra Valley, Jorhat is elevated 381 feet above the sea level. It shares its boundaries with Lakhimpur in North, Wokha in South, Sonitpur in West and Sibsagar in East. The land of Jorhat is a lofty terrain & is fed by the waters of the River Brahmaputra. Its geography classifies its climate as a moderate cool. It encounters mild summers with an average temperature of 33°C and pleasant winter with the median mercury level of 15°C.
Jorhat is nature's bounty and boasts breathtaking valleys and meadows that are every nature lover's delight. These places are the perfect camping goal. Other destinations like Kaziranga Wildlife Sanctuary, Gibbon Wildlife Sanctuary, Gymkhana Club, and much more are there to be visited.