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Borgang is in the district of Sonitpur in Assam.


Borgang is a beautiful village where one can experience the rich folklore and folk culture of rural Assam in a picturesque landscape.

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Road connectivity through NH-15 as well as railways are means of access.

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  • The luxuriant tea gardens and the exotic landscape of Borgang attract visitors.
  • The half-broken bridge at the river Borgang is an attraction and a place of leisure for the entire region.




Traditional Assamese foods including alu pitika, masor tegha (fish curry) and bhat (rice) are available in various dhabas in Borgang. Lusi bhaji, singra, various kind of mithai (sweets) and saa (tea) are similarly available.


The tea garden people consume drinks like laupani, mitha doi (sweet yoghurt), moi (one type of traditional Nepali buttermilk) and various types of home made sarbat.



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