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Gauhati:

see GuwahatiGuwahati
or Gauhati
, city (1991 pop. 584,342), Assam state, NE India, on the Brahmaputra River. It is a railroad hub and a shipping point for tea, rice, jute, and cotton. The town has an oil refinery and is the site of Guwahati Univ. and Earle Law School.
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Gauhati

a city in NE India, in Assam on the River Brahmaputra: centre of British administration in Assam (1826--74). Pop.: 808 021 (2001)
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