Silapathar is a town in Dhemaji area in the Indian state of Assam. The town is arranged on the northern bank of the Brahmaputra River, and is found roughly 500 kilometers from the city of Guwahati and only 7 km from Arunachal Pradesh. It is the business center of Dhemaji , the place has an exciting blend of indigenous Assamese individuals having a place for the most part with the Mishing, and outsiders specifically Nepali, Hindi and Bengali individuals.
Silapathar had a populace of 22,307. Guys comprise 53% of the populace and females 47%. Silapathar has a normal proficiency rate of 69%, higher than the national normal of 59.5%: male education is 75%, and female proficiency is 63%. In Silapathar, 14% of the populace is under 6 years old. Lilabari airplane terminal which falls under the town of Lakhimpur region is the closest air terminal from Silapathar. Not very many flights fly from Lilabari Airport as it isn't so industrially dynamic. Continuous development of Bogibeel Bridge over the waterway Brahmaputra, joining Silapathar and Dibrugarh, will give simple access to the more monetarily dynamic MohanBari Airport.
The Rangiya-Murkongsleek Broad Gauge change is presently total and gives access to Guwahati. It is cut off from whatever remains of the nation for no less than two or three months amid the blustery season every year, albeit impermanent game plans are made by the general population themselves where they take transport to a specific point, stroll for a couple of km, take a watercraft and afterward get an interfacing transport.