Demaji district is the administrative district of Assam, India. The district headquarters is in Demaji and the commercial headquarters are in Silapasar. The entire Demaji district was originally inhabited by various indigenous peoples such as the Missing, Sonowalkachari, Bodkachari, Deori, and Larun. The name of the Demaji district is derived from the Deorichutian word Demaji, which means "water", and indicates that it is a flood-prone area. Demaji was separated from the Lakinpur district on October 14, 1989, and became a full-fledged district.
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Demaji seems to be a hotspot for many places of worship. The main religious sites of Demaji are Guguha Temple and Marini Turn. For nature lovers, the beautiful Demaji River Kamuk is a must-see.
The total area of the district is 3237 km2.
Demaji has a total of 4 subdistricts.
There are a total of 1264 villages in this area.
There are a total of 4 cities in this area.
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