Morigaon is a town of town area committee and the locale central command of Morigaon region in the Indian state of Assam and including the home office of The Tiwa Autonomous Council TAC, Tiwashong, Assam which was established by the Government of Assam on 14 April 1995, The Apex chamber will comprise of 144 towns of Nagaon, Morigaon and Kamrup with 28 squares.
Morigaon had a populace of 5,20,807. Guys establish 52% of the populace and females 48%. Morigaon has a normal education rate of 76%, higher than the national normal of 59.5%: male proficiency is 81%, and female proficiency is 72%. In Morigaon, 12% of the populace is under 6 years old. The KeotKaibarta people group and the Tiwa Lalung people group shape the dominant part in this locale.
Tourism in Morigaon has been a hit in view of its few celebrations and social occasions. Morigaon flaunts rich untamed life havens, sanctuaries, markets and excellent regions that will be enjoyed by all. There are a few touring places in Morigaon to visit, as Pabitora Wildlife Sanctuary, Patekibori Than, Kachasila Hill, Deosal Siva Temple, Sitajakhala and Asia's Largest Dry Fish Market. One of the must visit spots of Morigaon is the Pabitora Wildlife Sanctuary where the extraordinary fascination is the one-horned rhino which is at present an imperiled species. You can likewise discover transitory winged creatures, wild pigs and bison, and uncommon types of fowl in Pabitro Wildlife Sanctuary.