Dispur is the capital of the state of Assam in India. Dispur, a locality of Guwahati, became the capital of Assam in 1973. This was after Shillong, the recent capital, turned into the capital of the territory of Meghalaya that was cut out of Assam. Dispur is the seat of Government of Assam. The Assam Secretariat building is situated in Dispur alongside the Assam Assembly House, MLA Hostels and the State Emergency Operations Center.
The Assam Trunk street and the G S street goes through Dispur. Toward the south of Dispur is the philosophically essential site of Basistha Ashram and the Shankardev Kalakshetra, a social focus made in the 1990s. Alongside Dispur is the antiquated township of Jatia. In spite of the fact that it is notable as the capital of Assam, Dispur is additionally known for the Guwahati Tea Auction Center. A vast assortment of tea is sold here. The inside has seen the biggest volume of CTC tea sell off on the planet. The capital Dispur shapes a critical part in the training of Assam. In Dispur two vital universities are arranged Dispur Law College and Dispur College. Dispur Law College was built up in 1993. The association of the school is endorsed by the Bar Council of India. The Dispur College was built up in 1978.