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About Sibsagar District

Rangghar_AssamGeography :
Sivasagar district is situated in between 94.25 to 95.25 longitude and 26.45 to 27.15 latitude; surrounded by Dibrugarh district in North; Jorhat district in West and the East and Western part is surrounded by Arunachal Pradesh and Nagaland.

Climate:
The climate is sub-tropical, humid with an average annual rainfall of 1448.09 mm. The average maximum temperature is about 38 C and minimum 7 C.

Population:
The district has population of about 10, 51,736

Major crops:
Some of the major crops grow in this district are paddy, tea, wheat, pulses, mustard, jute, turmeric, mango, banana, orange, vegetables etc.

Community:
The main communities inhabiting the district include Ahoms, Mishing, Nora tribe etc.