Saraighat is a place close Guwahati in Assam, on the north bank of the waterway Brahmaputra. Sarai was a little town where the old relinquished N.F. Railroad station of Amingaon was found. SaraighatBridge is at Jalukbari in the District of Kamrup, Assam interfacing north and south bank.
The Chilarai Park or Lachit Udyan is arranged toward the finish of the extension. Saraighat Bridge is developed over the relentless Brahmaputra, likewise called the Red River. It is the main rail-cum-street connect on this sacrosanct waterway. This extension is likewise the principal connect on waterway Brahmaputra in Assam. It was opened to activity in October 1962 by the then Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru. This is a twofold decker connect with a national parkway to finish everything and railroad tracks underneath.
Development of Saraighat Bridge was begun on January 1958. It was opened for traveler activity on 7 June 1963. The evaluated cost of the extension was Rs.10, 65, 16,891. Its length is 1492 meters. Another three-path solid street connect is being built by the side of the Saraighat Bridge.