The province of Tinsukia (pronounced: ˌtɪnˈsʊkiə) is one of the 34 administrative districts in the state of Assam, India. The regional headquarters are located in the city of Tinsukia. Tinsukia is an industrial region of Assam. The old name for the town of Tinsukia was Bengmara. It was later made the capital of the Motok Empire when a member of the former Chutia royal family named Sarbananada Singha established his capital at Rangagarh on the banks of the river Guijan. In 1791 AD, he transferred his capital to the city of Bengmara.
Tinsukia is an industrial region of Assam. India's oldest oil refinery is located in Digboi and areas such as Margherita and Ledo is famous for open coal mining. It is one of the most important regions for the cultivation and processing of tea in the country.
Its total area is 3790 km2.
There are 4 sections in this region.
There are 253 villages in the region.
There are 4 cities in total in the region.
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