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Jorhat, Assam, India, market, Cultural Capital of Assam, Assam Agricultural University, Jorhat Gymkhana Club, Birendra Kumar Bhattacharya, Majuli, Dhekiakhowa Bornamghar Contact us About Us Home Jorhat is the 2nd largest city in the state of Assam in India. Jorhat was established as a new capital in the closing years of the 18th century by the declining Tunkhungia Ahom Dynasty. Jorhat, as the name signifies, was just a couple (Jor) of markets (Hat). Two parallel markets namely, Chowkihat and Macharhat, lay on the eastern and the western banks of the river Bhogdoi. Jorhat as "The last Capital of the Ahom Kingdom", has several archeological sites including the Raja maidam ? the last burial mounds of the Ahom kings. Jorhat today has grown into a thriving city with a strong sense of character and identity. It is the best laid out city in Upper Assam with broad roads, cutting each other at right angles. People of Jorhat have traditionally displayed a high interest towards arts and culture. Jorhat is also known as "The Cultural Capital of Assam". Jorhat, a rapidly developing city of Assam, has the distinction of having the largest number of educated residents in Assam, among all other districts of Assam and is one of the major business hubs of the state. The noted oriental scholar Prof. Krishna Kanta Handique (1898?1982) was from Jorhat, and his life's work was all done in this city. The Assam Agricultural University is located here. Nestled in the tea gardens dotted around sprawling in and around the city, is the Tocklai Research Association (TRA), the oldest and the largest tea research station of its kind in the world. The Indian Air Force has a station at Rowriah, on the outskirts of the city which also serves as the commercial air hub for the city. The Gymkhana Club in Jorhat is a historic institution dating back to the British raj and boasts of the third oldest golf course in the world. History of Jorhat Jorhat was a planned town under royal patronage. It was often spelt as "Jorehaut" during the British reign. In the year 1794, the Ahom King Gaurinath Singha shifted the capital from Sibsagar, erstwhile Rangpur to Jorhat. Many tanks were built around the capital city by the Ahom royalty such as Rajmao Pukhuri or Borpukhuri, Buragohain Pukhuri, Bolia Gohain Pukhuri, Kotoki Pukhuri and Mitha Pukhuri.This town was a flourishing and commercial metropolis but completely destroyed after a series of Burmese invasions of Assam since 1817 till the arrival of the British force in the year 1824 under the stewardship of David Scott and Captain Richard. The British Rule, though not free from rebellions and revolutions, contributed to reemergence of this historical town. From the very first decade of the British rule, revolutionaries like Gomdahar Konwar, Jeuram Medhi, and PiyaliPhukan emerged. The British system of administration came into vogue in the year 1839 with an established Police Thana. During the great Sepoy Mutiny, Maniram Dewan and Piyali Barua were hanged in public at this very place in 1858. In 1885, a narrow gauge train services Jorhat Provincial Railway had come into operation and ultimately became instrumental in rapid growth of the tea industry. Though, the Civil Sub-division under Sibsagar district at Jorhat was formed in 1869, this great place was declared as administration headquarters of the undivided Sibsagar district in 1911 which comprised the present Sibsagar, Jorhat and Golaghat districts and parts of Karbi-Anglong district with Major A. Playfare as the first Deputy Commissioner. Presently, Jorhat is on its road to utopian modernization with many commercial and non commercial establishments setting foot on its soil. The old families of this ever prosperous city have played a pivotal role in moulding the city into what it is today, transforming the once sleepy city into a bustling and a well organised city. Jorhat is located at 26?45'N 94?13'E 26.75?N 94.22?E. It has an average elevation of 116 metres (381 ft). In the north of the district, the Brahmaputra River forms the largest riverine island of the world, Majuli, which spreads over 924.6 square kilometres with a population of about 150,000. The island, threatened by constant erosion by the mighty and unstable Brahmaputra River, had been the principal place of pilgrimage of Vaishnavites since the age of the Ahom rulers. Several Satras (monasteries) resembling those of medieval times are headed by Satradhikars teaching Vaishnavism which was initiated by Sankardeva (1449?1568). Each Satra has an unknown wealth of Vaishnavite Scriptures and extensive revenue-free lands cultivated by the Bhakats (celebated monks) of the Satras. Culture Jorhat is and has been a vibrant place and is a perfect mixture of tradition and modernity. It was the hub of anti-British struggle of Assam. Before that it was the last capital of the Ahoms, the dynasty which ruled over Assam for six centuries. The cultural environment which prevails in Jorhat is the result of untiring effort of people trying to preserve its culture. In the year 1915, Jorhat Sahitya Shabha was established in Jorhat followed by Asam Sahitya Sabha (or "Assam Literary Society") which was established on 27 December 1917 in Sibasagar. The Chandrakanta Handique Bhavan, donated by late Radhakanta Handique is the Headquarters of the Asam Sahitya Sabha in Jorhat. Jorhat has been able to produce many creative writers, historians and journalists. Birendra Kumar Bhattacharya, the first Assamese to win India's highest literature award, the Jnanpith Award, was from Jorhat. Jorhat is the home of internationally reputed ideologists and educationalists like Krishna Kanta Handique, founder Vice Chancellor of Gauhati University. In the building of Modern Assam Jorhat played a vital role so far as a sizable section of Assamese intelligentsia has always been from Jorhat. The healthy education and cultural life of Jorhat can be best judged from the fact that District has as many as five daily Newspapers published from here. Some of the important newspapers include: The North East Times and The Telegraph in English, The Saptahik Janambhumi, Dainik Janambhumi, Amar Asom, Dainik Agradoot and Asomiya Khobor in Assamese and The Purbanchal Prohori in Hindi. City Guide of Jorhat was the first yellow pages published by the July,1987. The Jorhat Town Hall is administrative building of the town administration located in the centre of the City. The Elyee Talkies presently known as Elyee Cinema was the first moving cinema theatre hall in Garali, the heart of the city. Transport Jorhat can be accessed by air, rail and road. The Jorhat Airport, commonly known as the Rowriah Airport, is one of the busiest Airports in Assam. The airport is located within the city itself and makes traveling to the place by air all the more easier. Jorhat is serviced with direct flights to Kolkata and Guwahati. Jorhat also falls under the Northeast Frontier Railway zone of the Indian Railways. Jorhat Tow... Whois

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