Places To Visit In Howly

Howly is the business hub of the Lower Assam region, and we have selected 15 must-visit places of Howly Town, Barpeta Assam. 

Places To Visit In Howly town

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Howly Rass Mela

Howly Rass Mela is the biggest Festival in Assam. Millions of people come to see the festival every year in Howly. Howly Rass Mahotsov started in the year of 1928.

Howly Rass Mandir

Howly Raas Mandir is the biggest Temple in Howly Town area. There is a beautiful pond near the temple. Millions of people visit this temple every year during Rass Mahotsav.

Martyrs column of Howly

The newly-made Howly Swahid Bedi (Martyrs Column) is one of the most beautifully constructed Martyrs Columns in Assam and it was inaugurated by former Assam Cheif Minister Sarbananda Sonowal in 2020.

Mairamara Namati Satra

Mairamara Namati Satra was established by Mukunda Dev.

Madan Mohan Kirtan Ghar

Madan Mohan Kirtan Ghar is situated near the Howly Rass Mandir. This Kirtanghar was established in the year 1978.

Kaljhar Satra

This is an old satra established in Kaljhar Village. Kaljhar Village is 3 KM far from Howly Town.

Sericulture Farm

This farm was started in 1954 in Halapakuri Village. The natural scenary of this farm is very beautiful with a huge campus.

 Krishi Vigyan Kendra

Krishi Vigyan Kendra is located at Howly Khatalpara Road. The website for Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Barpeta is kvk.icar.gov.in.

Howly Sarbajonin Shri Shri Radha Gobinda Mandir

Radha Gobinda Mandir is also a beautiful Temple located in Howly Thakurbari Road.

Chandi Barua Memorial hall

The old Chandi Barua Memorial Hall was made in the year of 1954. Many famous artists like Kalaguru Bishnu Prasad Rabha, Phani Sharma performed their act in this historic Hall. The new Hall was inaugurated by former Chief Minister of Assam Sarbananda Sonowal in 2020.

Chandi Baruah Sports Complex

Chandi Baruah Sports Complex is the largest Sports complex of Lower Assam. There is a big field surrounded by a well-constructed Pavillion.

Howly Hanuman Mandir

Howly Hanuman Mandir is a very popular temple amongst the Hindu Community of Howly.

Manas National Park

The Manas National Park was declared a sanctuary on 1 October 1928 with an area of 360 km. Manas bio reserve was created in 1973. This park is 30 KM far from Howly Town. and howly to barpeta road distance is 10.3 Km.

 Madhya Bazar Kali Mandir

Madhya Bazar Kali Mandir is the oldest temple of Howly. In 1908 this temple was established at the Madhya Bazar area.

Parabharal Gopal Aata Satra

This satra was established by Gopal Aata. Now this satra is at Parabharal Village of Howly.