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by Sumit Chourasia | Apr 14, 2019 | Category :travel

Top Places to visit in Baksa, Mushalpur, Assam

Top Places to visit in Baksa, Mushalpur, Assam

<p>Baksa district is an administrative district in Bodoland Territorial Area, Assam, an autonomous council in one of the North-Eastern states of India.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>History</p> <p>Baksa was notified as one of the districts of Bodoland Territorial Council in October 2003 while it started functioning from 1 June 2004 when Dr Anwaruddin Choudhury of the Assam Civil Service took charge as its founder Deputy Commissioner. It started working from PWD Inspection Bungalow of Barama on the NH 31 until it was shifted to Mushalpur in late 2010.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>It was created from parts of Barpeta, Nalbari, and Kamrup districts.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>Geography</p> <p>Mushalpur town is the headquarters of the district. It has three Sub-division Salbari sub-division, Salbari, Tamulpur Sub-division, Tamulpur and Mushalpur sub-division, Mushalpur. This district is bounded by Bhutan in the north, Udalguri district in the east, Barpeta, Nalbari and Kamrup districts in the south and Chirang district in the west. Area of the district is 2400 km&sup2;.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>National protected area</p> <p>Manas National Park (Part)</p> <p>Divisions</p> <p>The district has three sub-divisions: Mushalpur, Salbari and Tamulpur. These sub-divisions are further divided into 13 revenue circles: Baksa, Barama, Tamulpur, Goreswar, Baganpara, Ghograpar, Barnagar, Bajali, Jalah, Patharighat, Rangia, Sarupeta and Tihu. Three Vidhan Sabha constituencies of this district are Tamulpur, Barama and Chapaguri. All of these are part of Kokrajhar Lok Sabha constituency.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>Demographics</p> <p>Religions in Baksa District&nbsp;</p> <p>ReligionPercent</p> <p>Hindus</p> <p>&thinsp;</p> <p>82.40%</p> <p>Muslims</p> <p>&thinsp;</p> <p>14.29%</p> <p>Christians</p> <p>&thinsp;</p> <p>2.85%</p> <p>According to the 2011 census Baksa district has a population of 953,773. This gives it a ranking of 458th in India (out of a total of 640). The district has a population density of 475 inhabitants per square kilometre (1,230/sq mi) . Its population growth rate over the decade 2001-2011 was 11.17%. Baksa has a sex ratio of 967 females for every 1000 males, and a literacy rate of 70.53%.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>Educational Institutions</p> <p>Major educational institutions of Baksa district are:</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>Salbari College, Salbari</p> <p>Salbari Higher Secondary school, Salbari</p> <p>Bagadhar Brahma Kishan College, Jalah</p> <p>Barama College, Barama</p> <p>Dhamdhama Junior College</p> <p>Goreswar College, Goreswar</p> <p>Mushalpur College, Mushalpur</p> <p>Salbari Junior College, Salbari</p> <p>ST. John's H.S. School, Barama</p> <p>Tamulpur College, Tamulpur</p> <p>Koklabari chapaguri College, Simla Hazua</p> <p>Barama Higher Secondary school, Barama</p> <p>Baksa Polytechnic, Belguri Pathar</p> <p>Gyanpeeth Degree College,Nikashi</p> <p>Places of interest</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>A popular picnic spot Bogamati situated in Baksa</p> <p>is a major part of the world-famous Manas National Park is located in this district. The park is well known for its Wild Water Buffaloes and Golden Langurs. Bogamati, a famous picnic spot with picturesque beauties is located in Baksa. Bhangtar is the other scenic location situated close to Bhutan border.</p> <p>source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baksa_district</p>

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