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Umrangso

Umrangso, Assam, India

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About Umrangso

Umrangso is an industrial town and a town area committee in Dima Hasao district in the state of Assam, India. It is located at the border of Assam and Meghalaya states some 112 km from Haflong, the district headquarters of Dima Hasao district of Assam.



Attractions near Umrangso

Panimur Waterfalls24.79km from Umrangso

Panimur Falls is located in the Dima Hasao district (formally North Cachar Hill District) of Assam, a state in North East India. Assam is known for its popular pilgrimage sites, rocky hilly regions, forests with wide variety of wildlife, mighty rivers, waterfalls, breath-taking terrain and tea vegetation. Panimur Falls is one such place which attracts not only local tourists but also people from all over the country.

Haflong47.99km from Umrangso

Haflong is a town and headquarters of Dima Hasao in India in the state of Assam. It is the only hill station in Assam. Haflong is a Dimasa word meaning ant hill.

Ialong Park48.47km from Umrangso

It is known for its sacred grove and for its setting which overlooks the beautiful Pynthorwah Valley. Through the Special DRDA Tourism Project, the District Administration have taken a step to beautify the park by creating infrastructure such as water dams and canals, toilet facilities with changing rooms, hoardings, jungle clearance which has attracted tourist far and wide. A water eco-park is also taking shape with an intention to change Ialong into a major Tourism Hub of the District.

Nartiang Monoliths52.31km from Umrangso

Monoliths exist throughout the length and breadth of the Khasi and Jaintia Hills. However, the biggest collection of monoliths or Megalithic stones in one single area is to be found north of the Nartiang market. These consists of Menhirs (Upright stones) Moo Shynrang and Dolmens (flat stones in the horizontal position) locally known as Moo Kynthai.

Cachari Ruins Khaspur67.22km from Umrangso

The Kachari kingdom was a powerful kingdom ruled by the Dimasa King. The Dimasa kachari kingdom and others that developed in the wake of the Kamarupa kingdom were led by chieftains of indigenous communities of Assam and are examples of indigenous state formations in Medieval Assam. Remnants of the Dimasa kingdom lingered until the advent of the British, and this kingdom gave its name to two districts in Assam: Cachar and North Cachar Hills.

Language Martyr's Memorial76.18km from Umrangso

A martyr's tomb, known as the Shahid Minar was erected in Silchar in the memory of the martyrs. This tomb stone shelter the ashes of the braves who chose death for their right to get formal education in their mother tongue in their free country. In 2011, Gopa Dutta Aich unveiled a bronze bust of Kamala Bhattacharya in the premises of the Chhotelal Seth Institute under the initiative of Shahid Kamala Bhattacharya Murti Sthapan Committee.

Where is Umrangso

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Dima Hasao district is one of the two Autonomous hill districts of the state of Assam. The district headquarter Haflong is the only hill station in Assam, a tourist paradise, also named the Switzerland of the north-east. Dima hasao means Dimasa hills in the Dimasa language.