Morigaon, Assam

Morigaon is a town in the Indian state of Assam and it is also an agricultural district, where vegetables, jute, mustard, wheat, and paddy are primarily farmed, providing a continuous source of income for the locals. Morigaon, sometimes known as Marigaon, is a city in the Philippines that is rich in flora and fauna.

Places to visit

  • Sitajakhala : Sitajakhala is a well-known ancient temple that was unearthed in the final year of the fourth century. The temple is situated on the banks of the River Killing and is embellished with several images of Goddess Sita and Lord Hanuman. Valmiki, according to popular belief, created the stone steps going up to the River Killing for the sake of Goddess Sita. As a result, the stairs were given the name Sita Jakhala.
  • Distance: Sitajakhala is 27 kilometers away from Morigaon

  • Sivakunda : Sivakund is a captivating waterfall that serves as a popular picnic place in Marigaon, attracting a large number of tourists. The area is best explored between the months of October and March and is located in Amsoi Hills along National Highway 37.
  • Distance: Sivakunda is 23 kilometers away from Morigaon

  • Kachasila Hill : A few kilometers from Pobitora are another historic and popular temple in town, located at the summit of Kachsila Hill. The temple, which dates from the 9th century, holds several idols of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. In the temple complex, there are also several worshipping idols of Lord Ganesha. The village is frequently visited by researchers due to the unusual statues and Corinthian stones.
  • Distance: Kachasila Hill is 40 kilometers away from Morigaon

  • Mayong Assam : Mayong, often known as "the country of dark magic," is a cluster of villages located 40 kilometers from Guwahati. The settlement is located on the banks of the Brahmaputra River in Assam's Morigaon district. Mayong is a popular tourist destination, and the famed stories of black magic and the land's magicians make the location even more appealing to visitors. Those who have visited the site report an eerie quiet that contrasts sharply with the turbulent history linked with it. There are also some ancient Ayurvedic and black magic ruins preserved at the Mayong Central Museum.
  • Distance: Mayong Assam 37 kilometers away from Morigaon

How to Reach

  • Guwahati airport is around 94 kilometers from Marigaon. It is well-connected to all major airports in the country, and you can either order a taxi or take the local state bus to your destination from there. Marigaon is linked to its neighboring cities and other places in the state via a well-maintained road network. Within the city, both public and private buses run on a regular basis. It is around 70 kilometers from Guwahati and 40 kilometers from Nagaon. Jagi Road Railway Station is the nearest railway station to Marigaon. It is the district's principal railhead and is located on the Guwahati-Lumding Railway Line. Take a taxi or a bus from the station to the town.

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