Published: 14.01.2017

Agomani, Assam, 783335, India


is a small town area of Dhubri district (Assam) India. It is an area on the bank of Gangadhar River with historical significance. Agomani stands in a rural area, but it is not a revenue village. Some portions of the village of Kaldoba and Shernagar formed the small area of Agomani. The area of Agomani is about 4 km. Agomani is situated at a distance of 50 km to the North West of Dhubri, 12 km to the South of West Bengal border and 8 km to the North East of Bangladesh border. 31st National Highway runs over Agomani from North to South and the historical Gohain Kamal Ali(Road) runs from East to West. Both the roads crossed it the heart of Agomani. At the conjunction, there is a daily market and shops of all kinds are established. In 1963 a terrible Cyclone blew over Agomani and swept away many houses, lives and properties and the name of Agomani appeared on Newspaper, Radio & T.V and Agomani had been known to all over Assam.


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