Baihata Chariali
Baihata Town Square
Baihata Chariali is located in Assam
Baihata Chariali
Baihata Chariali
Location in Assam, India
Baihata Chariali is located in India
Baihata Chariali
Baihata Chariali
Baihata Chariali (India)
Coordinates: 26°20′42″N 91°43′35″E / 26.3451°N 91.7264°E / 26.3451; 91.7264Coordinates: 26°20′42″N 91°43′35″E / 26.3451°N 91.7264°E / 26.3451; 91.7264
Country India
46 m (151 ft)
 • OfficialAssamese
 • NativeKamrupi
Time zoneUTC+5:30 (IST)
ISO 3166 codeIN-AS
Vehicle registrationAS

Baihata Chariali (Pron: baɪˈhɑ:tə ˈʧɑ:rɪˌɑ:lɪ) is an out growth urban centre of Guwahati City in Kamrup Rural district of Assam, India; situated at norther site of the river Brahmaputra. The place is called Chariali as it is a major road junction where National Highway 27 interconnect with National Highway 15. [1][2][3]


The 'Chariali' was suffixed to its name later due be a junction of four roads at its town square, including National highway 27 and National Highway 15.


Delhi Public School, Kamrup is situated here. The 'Pub Kamrup college' is a well known college of entire district which is located here in Goreswar road. State government recently constructed a polytechnic college named Kamrup Polytechnic. There are a few private colleges for 10+2 studies. Some of them are Gateway Academy Junior College, Ramanujan Academy and Jenith Academy.

Place of interest

Madan Kamdev

Madan Kamdev archeological site built by Pala dynasty of Kamrup Kingdom is located here. The noteworthy Gopeshwar temple of village Deuduar situated near the town. Radha Kuchi is situated in the north of Baihata.


Baihata Chariali is situated at National Highway 27 and is well connected with nearby towns like Rangia, Nalbari and Guwahati with road and Railways. The National Highway 15 is connecting Baihata Chariali to the Eastern Assam via Tezpur. It is about half hour away from Guwahati. The Baihata Railway Station is at a distance of only 3 km from the town Center.

See also


  1. ^ "Baihata". Retrieved 24 January 2013.
  2. ^ "Baihata Pincode". Retrieved 18 February 2015.
  3. ^ "Baihata". Archived from the original on 13 October 2013. Retrieved 24 January 2013.
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