Sadiya is a beautiful village situated in the foothills of the Himalayas, known for its natural beauty. It was also the third capital of the Chutia Kingdom.
Sadiya is a beautiful village situated in the foothills of the Himalayas, which is known for its natural beauty and tea gardens. It was also the third capital of the Chutia Kingdom. This place was established by Ratnadhwajpal in the 12th century. The Chutia dynasty ruled the entire region of Sadiya for around 300 years.
Sadiya became a famous tourist spot of Assam, and many tourists visit this place from different parts of Assam and other parts of India. Later on, Sadiya was developed by Bhishmak, who was a legendary Chutia king.
Along with the rich historical background, Sadiya is also known for its extraordinary scenic beauty.
Tourists who come to visit Tinsukia like to come here again. This beautiful city surrounded by rivers on three sides. The attraction of rivers serves to ride this place. Sadiya is the place where the famous river Brahmaputra of India meets the great Himalayas.
This place has cultural importance.
It is believed that this place is mentioned in mythology as the name of the Veerbhadra Empire.