9 MOST BEAUTIFUL [HUGE] – Assam Tea Gardens
Do you know how many total tea gardens in Assam at present?
It’s more than a lakh….really… more than a lakh.
According to a survey report of 2014, there were total 760-765 largest tea estates and 100000 – 110000 small gardens in this state and even growing on and on every day, with a very rapid speed.
Are you looking for the most significant?………… If you do then don’t worry, you are not alone here.
I am here to help you to get it [ok].
Here In this post, I am sharing with you some very significant information about 9 most beautiful plus huge tea gardens of Assam, and also some historical facts related to it, which will help you in your further tea studies.
So my friend, are you ready?
If you are ready then let’s go for it………..
1. Cinamora: – Hey friend, do you know in which place, the world of Assam tea history was very first written?
I know that you are already aware of it.
But for some formality, I would like to tell you that it’s Cinnamora; which was founded by a great Assamese revolutionary entrepreneur, named Maniram Dewan, in 1850.
Cinnamora situated in 10 km2 away from Jorhat district. If you are thinking to visit this green place then it might be proven very good for you.
Every year over a thousand of tourist from across foreign countries come to here to see this beautiful history of Assam tea.
It is really an ideal place for further tea studies. If you are a student then I highly recommend you, please don’t avoid this place; because it will help you to learn a lot.
2. Singlou: – Friend, actually history of Assam tea was really very struggling fill.
Sometimes this struggle was against the British Empire and sometimes it was against the lack of modern equipment.
But as we know struggle with goodwill can never be failed, this same thing happened in case of our state where our hero Maniram Dewan created glorious history for us.
Here, Singlou is a great result of the dedication, which has come out as a sign of that struggle’s fulfillment.
Do you know who the founder of this garden was?
As I mentioned you above he was Maniram Dewan, who founded both Cinnamora and Singlou tea gardens.
Singlou is situated in Sivasagar district and today it is also highly respected among other historical components of this land.
3. Tingalibaam: – Oh, it’s huge really huge…..
Last year, I went to Tingalibaan with my brother…..I thought first it would be also a small garden like the all I had seen before.
But when I saw it…..oh my god…….I can’t explain to you how giant this was and you can’t even imagine until you have seen it yourself.
It’s over 800 hectares area land covered by this huge giant.
Isn’t it amazing?
Of course, it is.
Tingalibaan is really one of the leading tea gardens of Assam and company, where around thousands of employs (including tea garden labors) has been doing their job since a very long time.
Tingalibaan falls in Sonari area, which is a town and district headquarter of Charaideo district.
So, are you interested in Tingalibaam?
If you are interested then let me know about it.
Ok, now let’s go to the 4th…
4. Sonapur Tea Estate: – Hey, did you hear about the Orthodox.
If you still have not then let me tell you that Orthodox is one of the premium tea brands in India and also in other countries.
Its tastes and smells are so amazing.
If you still have not listened about orthodox yet, then you must listen about Wagh Bakri brand.
(Because TV commercial ads of Wagh Bakri is very common to see)
Do you know who leads in producing it?
It’s Sonapur tea estate.
This tea garden was established by Britishers in 1924, which is nowadays situated very near to Guwahati city.
Sonapur garden is owned by Bhaduri tea family, they passed over three generations (around 100 years) but still running this family business very successfully and even nowadays they supply their products to other European countries.
5. Joonaktollee Tea Estate: – Assam is the largest producer of tea in India. Each year over 57% of the whole India’s tea is produced by this north-eastern state alone.
Because of some giants like Joonaktollee tea estates.
Because it is the largest single location modern tea factory of north-east India, which covers more than 7 km2 areas of Barbam (A place of Dibrugarh district).
Each year this giant estate produces around 25 lakhs kgs of tea and supplies it to different countries of Asia and eastern Europe; Such as Russia, Hungary, Poland, etc.
Now the sixth…
6. Manohari Tea Garden: – Do you know which are the deep benefits of Assam tea?
I think you will not be able to feel it until you try Manohari estates produced Gold Tea.
But How and why?
Because they never compromise with the quality of their produced tea products.
This beautiful garden is situated at Manohari (A border area between India-Burmese).
This estate covers 7.29 km2 area of Manohari and here 4 km2 areas are covered with complete tea plants.
I know that we can’t call it a giant like Tingalibam but I think we also can’t compare it with other small Assam tea gardens.
So, now the time for the seventh.
7. Joya Bagan Tea Estate: – ‘Joya Bagan’; ………..is an idea come to your mind by reading this key phrase?
In Assam tea gardens list, This is also an important name from the commercial and historical perspective.
Because the place where this garden is created is the birthplace of the great Assamese women Joymoti Konwari.
If you are from Assam then you may know that she sacrificed her life for her Bongohordeo (Husband) and for better retention of the Ahom kingdom.
Joya Bagan is situated in Sivasagar districts Madhuri area.
So, if you are interested to see the Joya Bagan and Joymoti Konwari’s birthplace then you can freely visit Madhuri.
It’s only 16 km away from Sivasagar main town, so you can easily go there for a touring delight.
Our eight estate…..
8. Teloijaan Tea Estate: – Teloijaan is another name of Assam tea gardens. It was created in 1922.
Till now 2018, it passes 96 long years of its life.
It’s really great and historic. Teloijaan is especially known for giving a delightful experience to its customers through its tea products.
Each year with the producing over 2.7 million kgs of tea, it becomes one of the largest producers of the state Assam.
Teloijaan falls in Dibrugarh district’s Moran area. If you, travel to Dibrugarh then stay for a while and see how vast this garden really is.
9. Monabari Tea Estate: – Hey, finally I am going to tell you about the biggest of all.
As I mentioned in the name; yes, it is the Monabari Tea Estate.
A vast…………..really vast garden of Assam, this tea garden is the largest not only in this state but also it is Asia’s number 1 tea estate in size.
This giant is owned by a private company named McLeod Russel India Limited.
With around 12 km2 areas, Monabari is situated in Biswanath district of Assam.
Each year it produces about 3 million kgs of tea and supplies into different countries all over the world.
Now you tell me how Assam does not deserve to be honored as the king state in tea production?
Other Points Related With Assam Tea
List of top 13 Gardens: –
Total Number of Tea Gardens: –Tea business is a growing business in Assam, According to a report of 2013, there are 765 large and over 10,000 smaller tea gardens in Assam state.
The Biggest: – At present Monabari Tea Estate is known as the biggest tea garden of Assam.
List of companies: –
Top 5 Countries in the world: –