Dhubri is the headquarter of Dhubri locale Assam India. It is an old town on the bank of the Brahmaputra and Gadadhar waterways, with chronicled criticalness. In 1883, the town was first constituted as a Municipal Board under British administration. It is arranged around 277.4 kilometers 172 mi west from Dispur, the state capital of Assam. Dhubri was a vital business focus and had a bustling stream port especially for jute. Dhubri is known as the "Place where there is Rivers" as it is secured three sides by waterways. Dhubri town also was very famous for the Match Factory WIMCO, however, it has closed down because of conditions yet at the same time individuals who had seen a similar as yet recalling the magnificence of the manufacturing plant its staff quarters and their cutting edge craft of living. Dhubri is likewise renowned for its Durga Puja and Dashera. The Dhubri Town was first constituted as a Municipality in 1883.
The Dhubri Town is 290 km a long way from the State Capital at Dispur. In excess of 50,000 Hindus, Sikhs, and Muslims gather in this noteworthy hallowed place each year in the long stretch of December to stamp the suffering of Guru Tegh Bahadur, which begins on 3 December with extraordinary seriousness and service. Sikhs call the week long love of Sahidee-Guru-Parav which is set apart with a monstrous parade. Master Tegh Bahadur in this manner earned the warm title of "Rear di-Chadar" or the Shield of Hind goes back to Hindustan.