About Sibsagar District
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.
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.
The district has population of about 10, 51,736
Some of the major crops grow in this district are paddy, tea, wheat, pulses, mustard, jute, turmeric, mango, banana, orange, vegetables etc.
The main communities inhabiting the district include Ahoms, Mishing, Nora tribe etc.