Barpathar is a town and a town territory board in Golaghat locale in the province of Assam, India. It has a normal rise of 99 meters 324 feet. The waterway Dhanshiri streams on the south-west outskirt of the town partitioning it from the town of Barpathar situated in the Golaghat District of Assam. Toward the east to north streams the Doiyang waterway, avoiding the Merapani Reserve Forest. The populace is for the most part farming, and includes different sub-gatherings of Assamese talking individuals: Ahoms, Sutias, Bodos, Kacharis, Misings, Kalitas, Mahantas, and Brahmins.
The town has an extensive level of Bengali talking individuals and a little portion of Muslims as likewise Christians and Buddhists. Barpathar is known as the "Storage facility of Sivasagar". It produces rice, sugarcane, mustards, sesame, leafy foods and tea. The town has ious tea domains, viz., Pabhajan Tea Estate, Barpathar Tea Estate, Bhuyan Bagan, Dighali Tea Estate, Rengmai Tea Estate, Singimari Tea Estate, Barpathar Tea Estate and so on. Amid the most recent decade or so the Assamese lower class has taken to developing tea in their territories accordingly pushing up tea creation.
This has actuated setting up of new industrial facilities for creation of tea in the town. Each town in the Town has a "Namghar" where the Vaishnava supporters meet at night to perform nam prasangs offering supplications to Lord Krishna. Different religious Bhawnas are additionally performed in these namghars. Moreover, there is likewise a Sarvajanin Mandap where Durga Puja is played out each year. Bihu Sanmilan held in April every year, in the Hindu Month of Vaishakha draws an extensive number of Bihu moving troupes to the town.
Currency: Rupees - INR Pincode of Barpathar: 785602 Language : Assamese Weather: Summer 26°C to 34°C Winter 14°C to 24°C