(Last Updated on : 24/03/2009)
Until Indian independence in 1947, the Brahmaputra River was used as a chief waterway. After the 1990s, the river stretch between Sadiya and Dhubri in India was stated as National Waterway No.2, and it provides services for goods transportation. Recent years have encountered a modest spurt in the growth of river cruises with the advent of the cruise ship, "Charaidew", provided by the Assam Bengal Navigation.
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