Tinsukia lies at a distance of 84 Km from the edge with Burma, better known as Myanmar.
Hailed as Assam’s business capital, Tinsukia comprises of a combination of Hindi-speaking, Bengali, and Assamese people. The name ‘Tinsukia’ has been derived from ‘Tinkunia Pukhuri’, meaning lake with 3 sides; situated at center of town. This place is the main railhead with respect to Assam.
Tinsukia has been termed as the quickest developing Indian cities. Furthermore, one can take a trip over here by railway or by flying to Dibrugarh; followed by a taxi. Apart from all this, Tinsukia enacts the role of a link with every other city in India’s north-eastern part. At present, it goes on to house Assam’s largest railway station.
Elevation of Tinsukia on an average is 116 meters, i.e. 380 feet.
The population as per 2001 census was 85519.
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