Damayanti Tea Industries
Lahoal was historically part of the erstwhile "MOTTOK" dynasty, led to prime-hood by their well known King, Sarbananda Singha. The Mottoks are one of the many tribes that are part of the greater Assamese class. Lahoal, of which Mohanbari is a part of, was previously known as "Rojar Khat", or the Place of the King.
Places of Repute in the Neighbourhood of Damayanti Tea Industries:
- Mohanbari Airport: It is the eastern most civilian Airport in India.
- Regional Medical Research Center: Situated in Bokel, it is a center for scientific research in Bio-medical sciences.
- Dibrugarh Polytechnic: Also situated in Bokel, it is a technical institute offering various courses in Electrical, Civil and Mechanical fields.
- Assam Medical College & Hospital: Was established by a personal grant from Dr. John Berry White after he retired as the Civil Surgeon of Lakhimpur (undivided Dibrugarh district), in the year 1900 and was named as “John Berry White Medical School.” Later the present Assam Medical & Hospital was established in the year 1947.
Rangdoi Tea Company
Morangi , which forms part of the present Golaghat district, was part of the ethnic "DIMASA-KACHARI" kingdom. They are a historical tribe and are even mentioned in the Mahabharata. They are believed to be a prehistoric class of people.
Places of Repute in the Neighbourhood of Rangdoi Tea Company
- Kaziranga National Park: The name ‘Kaziranga’ is denoted from a Karbi woman who ruled the region in the past. It is home to the world famous one-horned rhinoceros and is a World Heritage site (declared by UNESCO in the year 1985). Apart from rhinos, different animals like swamp deer, wild cats, turtles, wild buffalo etc. can be abundantly found here.
- Numaligarh Refinery Ltd.: Also known as the “Assam Accord Refinery”, it is situated amidst the beautiful and picturesque surroundings of Numaligarh. It is a “Mini Ratna” PSU.
- Garampani Wildlife Sanctuary: One of the oldest sanctuaries containing hot water spring and waterfalls.
- Nambor Wildlife Sanctuary: Contiguous to Garampani Wildlife Sanctuary and spreading over 37 square Kilometres, this sanctuary is home to different terrestrial woodland birds, reptiles like pythons, cobras, monitor lizards etc.