Margherita is a census town in the Tinsukia district of the Indian state of Assam. The little subdivision village is bordered by hills, tea gardens, woodlands, and the Dihing River. It boasts a magnificent golf course at the foot of the hills and a small creek that runs through it.
Places to visit
Coal Heritage Park & Museum
Coal Heritage Park & Museum's 19th-century things include coins, stamps from all over the world, old telephones, vintage cameras, and so on. The museum was founded to preserve materials from almost 120 years of coal mining history in this corner of the world. The Assam Railways and Trading Company (ARTC), operated by the British, discovered the black diamond in this section of the nation in 1881, and serious mining began in 1884. Since then, whatever the company utilized, as well as various types of currently available instruments, machines, vehicles, camera projectors, and so on, all these artifacts, including crucial documents, photographs, and so on, have been displayed for public inspection in the museum. The museum will also provide materials for geology and mining research. Coal mining is the process of extracting coal from the earth. Since the 1880s, coal has been widely used to generate energy. Coal is used as a fuel in the steel and cement industries to extract iron from iron ore and manufacture cement.
Distance: Coal Heritage Park & Museum is 1.2 kilometers away from Margherita
A few Nepali-origin people founded the Buddhist Temple about 60 years ago. It is a Bangnabari settlement known locally as Sangdo Palgi Gumba. Charta Singh erected it in 1965 and it houses one of the largest gumbas in the Nalbari District. During Buddha Jayanti, Dhol Purnima, and Buddha Purnima, the Buddhist Temple is very popular. Many devotees from all over the country come to visit this temple and enjoy the fair that is hosted during the Buddha Jayanti festival.
Distance: Buddhist monastery is 13 kilometers away from Margherita