Dhola Sadiya Bridge

Bridge On Mighty River - Brahmaputra

Dhola Sadiya Bridge built over this mighty river. River originates in Tibet and the Barak River starting in India.

Dhola Sadiya

Dhola sadiya (Bhupen Hazarika Setu) bridge is the longest bridge amongst all the bridges in India, having the length of 9.5 kilo meters. This bridge reduces the travel distance between Assam and Arunachal Pradesh by four hours. This bridge is the result of strategic thoughts which is set to be inaugurated by the prime minister of India. The Dhola– Sadiya Bridge is all set to become functional in 2017. It expands over the Lohit River to connect the two states of India namely, Assam and Arunachal Pradesh and is of 5.69 mi. The construction of this bridge began in 2011 under the supervision of the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways in public private partnership in collaboration with, Navayuga Engineering Company Ltd. The bridge was initially set to become operational from December 2015, but due to delay in construction work the operation was delayed.

Dhola Sadiya Bridge

Tourist Hotspots

Nature and parks contain many of the treasured pieces of the universe and the majestic Dhola Sadiya bridge is the witness of all that eternal beauty. You can learn more about the Mother Nature and explore various resources in parks, from the grass on the ground to the sky overhead and everything in between.

Namdapha National Park
Namdapha National Park
Kaziranga National Park
Kaziranga National Park
Dibru Saikhowa National Park
Dibru National Park

All the historic sites present in our country describes the story of our rich cultural heritage. Come here and experience and explore the many facets of the history of our country through various tours, storytelling, exhibitions, taste our cuisine by cooking demonstrations, military drills and encampments. There are innumerable ways to find about our past.

Kachari Fort
Kachari Fort
Agnigarh Hills
Agnigarh Hill
Talatal Ghar
Talatal Ghar

Religious sites are spiritually meaningful to millions of people and they have always been that way to them. The ancient practice of visiting the sacred places has always been a charm for the explorers and popular among them. But you don’t have to be a believer to enjoy those serenity of holy places, admire the religious architecture, etc.

Kamakhya Temple
Kamakhya Temple
Umananda Temple
Umananda Temple
Bhuvaneswari Temple
Bhuvaneswari Temple

This is the longest bridge in the country and it reduces the distance between Assam and dhola and Arunachal Pradesh by 4km. Built over the river Brahmaputra, this bridge gives you a chance of getting connected with the tradition, culture and customs of the country and of different states.

Lohit River
Lohit River
Bogibeel Bridge
Bogibeel Bridge
Rang Ghar
Rang Ghar

Bridge Highlights

Here you can learn all the striking features of the Dhola Sadiya Bridge.
Total Length
9.15 km

No. Of Spans
183

Width
12.9 m

Reduction Of Travel
4 hours

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Dhola Sadiya opens your door to a land where nature dominates.
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