Tangla is a town and a town zone council in Darrang region and is currently Udalguri area in the Indian territory of Assam. It was an unmistakable business put for jute, creepy crawly nut, rice, and so on and a large group of little scale enterprises and centre of culture in past Darrang region. Mangaldai-Bhooteachang Road goes through Tangla Town interfacing ious tea domains along the Indo-Bhutan Border. Tangla is popular for its week after week showcases which is hung on each Tuesday and Friday where sellers from the town itself and far flung regions come to exchange their vegetables, articles of clothing, animals, and so on. Tangla is an instructive center point in the whole Udalguri area. Understudies originate from numerous spots to ponder in Tangla.
The economy of this place is vigorously subject to business. It is a business a business center point of the whole locale. Cultivators of adjacent spots finds a decent market to offer their items. There are ious co-agent social orders and saving money foundations. This place additionally has two week by week showcase days, one on Tuesday and another on Friday. These business sectors pulls in an expansive number of individuals around the locale. There are additionally ious tea gardens found adjacent and Tangla is the closest business passage for them. Prior to 1950, the greater part of them were possessed by British tea organizations.