Bhupen Hazarika Bridge

Purana Sadiya, AS - 786157

Type: Landmarks
  • Bhupen-Hazarika-Bridge
  • Anthony Bongkor
    Anthony Bongkor

The Bhupen Hazarika Setu, commonly known as the Dhola-Sadiya Bridge, is a remarkable engineering feat and a significant infrastructure landmark in the northeastern region of India. Stretching across the Lohit River, connecting Dhola in Assam to Sadiya in Arunachal Pradesh, this bridge is one of the longest in the country.

Named after the legendary Assamese singer, Bhupen Hazarika, the bridge has played a crucial role in improving connectivity in the remote northeastern areas, particularly enhancing accessibility to Arunachal Pradesh. The Dhola-Sadiya Bridge, inaugurated in 2017, spans approximately 9.15 kilometers, reducing travel time and facilitating smoother transportation for both locals and tourists.

Apart from its practical significance in fostering economic development and strategic connectivity, the Bhupen Hazarika Bridge offers stunning views of the surrounding landscapes, including the picturesque Lohit River. The bridge stands as a symbol of progress, unity, and enhanced accessibility in the northeastern region, showcasing India's commitment to infrastructure development in challenging terrains.

This is the only landmark listed in Purana Sadiya. You will find the exact location of Bhupen Hazarika Bridge on the map above.

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