Barekuri Village Tinsukia

Barekuri Village is located in the Hapjan tehsil of Tinsukia district in Assam. It is located 19km from the east of Tinsukia and is 475km away from the capital of Assam, Dispur. The village is surrounded by Tinsukia tehsil in the west, Kakopathar tehsil in the east, Guijan tehsil in the west and Itakhuli tehsil in the east. The nearby cities to Barekuri are Tinsukia, Duliajan Oil Town, Digboi and Margherita. The village is full of greenery with lots of amazing things to see. The place is a break from the busy city life and will give you a silent and peaceful environment which you will love to stay in. There are lots of beautiful places to visit where you can have the best experience of your life. The place is silent and gives time to relax and rejuvenate in the lap of nature. Apart from that, the village is surrounded by cities which make it the most convenient place to visit.

Popular Things to do & See around

The village may not be so well developed but its culture and traditions are rich and you can find lots of places to see in and around Barekuri village such as Madammephi temple, Ramkrishna Mission, Gandhinaar Namghar, Kali Mandir, Krishna Mandir, Shiva Dham, Shree Shyam Mandir, Balmiki Mandir, Hanuman Mandir, Shishu Sangha, Durga Mandir, Nabajyoti, Railway Kalibari, Shani Mandir, Ram Thakur Mandir, Changlang and Tirap.

Getting There

The village of Barekuri is well connected with all major cities like Tinsukia, Duliajan Oil Town, Digboi and Margherita. Railway stations that are nearby are Tingrai Railway station, Makum, and Dibrugarh which is the major railway station. Nearest bus stop is Naw Pukhuri Public Bus station and Assam State Transport Corporation Bus Station. Chabua airport is the nearest airport which is only 56km away from the village but right now it is not operational.

Best Time to Visit

Barekuri just like other places of Assam face the same climatic condition. Visiting the place in month of February to May and October and November is the best while visiting it during rainy season is not feasible. The roads get blocked and it is very inconvenient to reach the place during such time. The best time to visit is during the temperate months as the winters are pleasant and the summers are refreshing.

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