Chinpara Vithi is a famous tourist destination in Barpeta, Assam. This is the place where Srimanta Sankardeva landed from his boat. The place is located on the banks of a river named Palangdi Bori. It is from here that the saint went into the forest to serve his punishment. He stayed at the forest for six months and even established a Namghar nearby. It is now visited by thousands of devotees from every part of the country. The serenity, tranquility, and calmness of this place makes it ideal for all spiritual people.
Barpeta Satra is a famous landmark here and is visited by all the tourists. There are many other satras here like Patbaushisatra, Baradisatra, to name only a few.
The famous Manas National Park is around 52 kms away and a visit to this place is an absolute must. It is home to many wild species of birds, animals, and plants and a safari through this jungle is something that you would remember forever. The Manas River is also nearby and strolling along the river bank is something that you would enjoy as well.
Sarthebari houses a famous brass metal industry is around 21 kms away. From household articles to beautiful artifacts, you would get everything here.
Located near the Bengal border, Barpeta enjoys good connectivity. You can avail the taxis or auto rickshaws to reach Chinpara Vithi.
Needless to say, the best time to visit is during winter. It is pleasant during this time with the average temperature being around 15 degree Celsius.