Tinsukia is a industrial city. It is arranged 480 kilometers 298 mi north-east of Guwahati and 84 kilometers 52 mi far from the fringe with Arunachal Pradesh. It is the authoritative central station of Tinsukia District of Assam, India. It contains a blend of indigenous Assamese people group, and Hindi-talking individuals. Tinsukia had a populace of 1,25,216. Males established 55% of the populace and females 45%. Tinsukia had a normal proficiency rate of 70.15%, higher than the national normal of 64.84%: male education was 77.89%, and female proficiency 63.54%. 13.29% of the populace was under 6 years old.
Tinsukia is famous for its unlimited stretches of tea gardens, which are extremely satisfying to the eyes. Tinsukia is likewise the capital of the Muttack Rajahs, and in a place called Guijan you run over the vestiges of the kingdom. Guijan is only a little ways from Tinsukia town. Yet, there is nothing specific about the town to discuss. There is a sanctuary of ruler Krishna. Other than that it is an industrialized town and the contamination proportion is high. Streets are limited and terrible; as it is in all little Indian towns. In any case, similarly as you step outside,the excellence of the tea gardens overpower you. A hour and a half far from Tinsukia lies the town of Digboi, which brags of the main oil refinery in India.