Nestled In Indo-Bhutan Border, Daragaon Diring Is Perfect Summer Picnic Spot For You

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Daragaon Diring picnic spot nestled along the Indo-Bhutan border in Baksa district is the perfect spot for a quick picnic
Daragaon Diring picnic spot nestled along the Indo-Bhutan border in Baksa district is the perfect spot for a quick picnic

Baksa: Daragaon Diring a small hamlet nestled along the Indo-Bhutan border in Baksa district of Assam is the perfect spot for a quick picnic. A 15 kilometres ride from the district headquarters of Mushalpur, the area is surrounded by lush green hills, a gushing stream and beautiful skies with fluffy clouds to stare on.

The area which falls under Dihira Reserved Forest of Baksa, here river Diring is the main attraction of the picnic spot. Thousands of picnickers visit this areas drawn to its natural scenic beauty.

The locals are of the view that the people of Assam instead of rushing to Meghalaya and other states in the country, should visit Daragaon Diring and enjoy the natural beauty of this place.

A local said, “This place is a perfect spot for a picnic or a getaway from the sweltering heat. The greenery of this place and the sparkling water will surely soothe the eyes and soul of all.”

So, the next time if you’re planning for a quick summer picnic, you know where to head.

Baksa | Edited by: Vairabi Rajbonshi | First Published: Aug 01, 2019

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