Sapatgram is a town and a town area board of trustees in Dhubri region in the Indian state of Assam. It has a normal rise of 27 meters 88 feet. It is on the stream Sankosh.It is a bordertown in the middle of Dhubri and Kokrajhar Districts of Assam. The separation amongst Dhubri and Sapatgram is 47.6 km. Sapatgram has a normal proficiency rate of 85%, higher than the national normal of 59.5%. Male proficiency is 88%, and female education is 78%. In Sapatgram, 10% of the populace is under 6 years old. The town is possessed by Bengali and Assamese talking individuals.
Sapatgram is well known for an enormous Hindu Temple named 'Lilananda Ashram'. The sanctuary was set up by Thakur Lilananda in 1946. It is situated at a town named 'Santipur' at the edge of Sapatgram town. The blessed place of worship has ious sanctuaries of different Hindu divinities spread in a zone of in excess of one hundred bighas of land. One of the remarkable highlights of the sanctuary is its arrangement for round-the-clock 'Hari Naam Sankirtan'. This has been going ahead since the simple day of the foundation of the sanctuary. Plus, the pupils of Thakur Lilananda prevalently known as 'Pagla Baba' praise the 'Ratha Yatra' celebration with pageantry and delight each year. At present an infrastructural remodel of the sanctuary and redoing of its religious and social exercises have been going on.