1) Year of establishment of Sarthebari Revenue Circle :- 02/10/1977 2) Name of Sub- Deputy Collector / Circle Officers -
Cronologically :- Name From To
1. Sri Gupta, ACS
2. Sri Mrinal Kanti Nag, ACS
3. Sri Narzari, ACS
4. Sri Tankeswar Barua, ACS
5. Sri J. D. Lahkar, ACS
6. a) Abu Saiad, ACS
b) Sri Prafulla Sarma, ACS
7. a) Sri Dinesh Chakrabarty, ACS
b) Sri Binoy Krishna Barua, ACS(Attached)
8. a) Sri Tarini Pathak, ACS
b) Sri Bhadreswar Barua, ACS. (Attached)
9. W. Rongpher, ACS
10. a) Fakaruddin Ahmed, ACS
b) Sri Dasarath Das, ACS (Attached)
c) Fazlul Haque Choudhury, ACS (Attached)
11. Sri Dipak Choudhury, ACS
12. Sri Phatik Nath, ACS
13. Sri Bhaskar Das, ACS
14. Sri Dinamani Das, ACS ..........27/01/06
15. Sri Dhiraj Das, ACS ..........06/11/08
16. Dr. Debajit Khanikar, ACS ..........27/02/09 3) Total area of the Circle :- 1,98,966 Bigha 00 Katha 9.33 Lossa ( 26,617.434 Hector)
4) Location of the office :- Office is located in the village Palla. Total area of the campus of the office is 20 bigha under dag no. 347 of village - Palla, mouza - Sarukhetri. The office is 29 km away from the district head quarter Barpeta & 02 km away from only town of the circle Sarthebari. Sarthebari - Nalbari road is passing by just in front of the office.
5) No of PGR & VGR :- P.G.R. - 03 nos. & V.G.R. - 34 nos.
6) Border of the Sarthebari Revenue Circle :-
North - Sarupeta, Bajali & Tihu Rev. Circle.
South - Chenga Rev. Circle
East - Pachim Nalbari & Barkhetri Rev. Circle.
West - Barpeta Rev. Circle.
7) No. of Town & name :- 1, Sarthebari.
8) No. of Villages :- 128.
9) No. of Mouzas :- 2, Sarukhetri & Paka Mouza.
10) Total No. of employees :- 31 (Circle Officer - 1, Sr. Asstt. - 1, Jr. Asstt. -1, S.K. - 1, L.M. - 21, Copiest - 1, Jarikarak - 2, O.Peon - 2, Chowkidar - 1).
One post of L.M. & one post of Chowkidar are vacant.
11) Total No. of Gaon Burahs :- 52 (Three post are lying vacant).
12) Main rivers flowing through Sarthebari Revenue Circle :- Tihu, Burhadia, Kaldia, Pahumara, Kharsutha & Chaulkhowa.
13) Main religious institution with their locations :- i) Byaskuchi Satra at village Byaskuchi.
ii) Haridev Dham at village Karakuchi.
iii) Palla Satra at village Palla.
iv) Manohardev Satra at village Barkapla.
v) Madhabdev Satra at village Gomura.
vi) Sri Sri Shyamrai Saturbhusdev Sthapit Sri Manta Sankardev Satra, Bar Gomura.
vii) Srimanta Sankardev Satra, Belbari
viii) Krishnaguru Sewashram at village Nasatra.
ix) Sri Sri Jagannath Mahaprabhu Mandir at Sarthebari Town. Yearly during the month of February a big Sabha(Congregation)is held here for several days which is famous as 'Sarthebari Sabha'
14) Historical monuments, if any :- Nil
15) Total population of the Circle :- 1,64,429 as per 2001 census.
1,93,204 (approx) as per 2011 census (Projected).
16) Population pattern :- Population of the circle consist of Hindu & Muslims, of which hindus are predominant. From linguistic side population pattern consist of Assamese, Bengali & Bodo.
17) Important industry located in the circle. :- Brass & Bell Matel industry (cottage industry) is the only notable industry of this circle. Brass & bell metal industry is running here for last several hundred years since the days of Kumar Bhaskar Barma, the king of erstwhile Kamrupa.
18)Min Mahal: There are14 min mahals covering total area 4,344 bigha 04 katha 16 lossa. 'Kapla Beel' is the largest amongst these 14 min mahals covering an area of 470 bigha 03 katha 19 lossa. This water body is very famous from ecological point of view. Different species of migratory birds flocks in the beel during winter season. The beel is famous for availability of various types of local fish. A proposal has been sent for declaring 'Kapla Beel' as designated area within the meaning of 'Assam Hill Land & Ecological sites (Protection and Management) act 2006'. In recent times 'water hyacinth' has caused great concern for this beel and other beels.
19) Total nos. of Devolopment Block :- 2 (two). Sarukhetri Dev. Block & Paka Betbari Dev. Block (part).
20) Total nos. of Gaon Panchayat :- 14 (fourteen).
So far the law & order situation of the circle is concerned, it is generally peaceful.
CHENGA REVENUE CIRCLE
Chenga Revenue Circle was established in the year 2004. The Circle head quarter is situated in Maneri village under Chenga Mouza . The circle office has its own building and a plot of land measuring 10B - 0k - 0L. In its north, the sarthebari Revenue Circle, south the Kamrup District, east Nalbari District, and in west the Baghbor revenue Circle is situated.
The geographical area of the Circle is 2,40,326B -1k -10L. The Circle has 2 (two) mouzas namely (1) Chenga Mouza and (2) Baguribari Mouza. The total Revenue Village of the Circle is 72. It includes cadastral village 47 No.s and the Non cadastral village 25 no.s. All the non cadastral villages are char villages. The total No.s of lot in this circle is 15 No.s .The present working staff of the circle are -
1) Circle Officer- Vacant
2) Sr. Asstt- 01
3) Jr. Asstt. -02
4) SK- 01
5) Lot Mandal -12 (vacant-3)
6) Chain Man - 01
7) Gaon Burha - 37 ( vacant-3)
8) Office peon-01
9) Sweeper( casual)-01
The Distance of the circle head quarter from the District head quarter( Barpeta) is 21 KM. The people from cast generally Hindus and lives in the Circle since long. The river Brahmaputra is the only river flowing through the Circle.
The economy of the Circle area is basically an agro-based economy. The Jute, Paddy, Mastered oil, potato, Sugarcane are the main crop generally grows in the Circle.
The important Govt. Office/Education institute /Police station/Religious institution in the Circle are- 1) Chenga Development Block
2) Block Elementary education office
3) Children Development Project Office
4) I.T.W. station,Bahari
5) Tarabari PS
6) Chenga block PHC
7) Bahari MPHC
8) Bahari state veterinary dispensary
9) Chenga Anchalik collage
10) Chenga Basic Training centre
11) Bahari High School
12) Gumaphulbari Sr. Madressa
13) Tarabari H.S Shcool
14) Bahari Sri Sri Haridev satra
15) Haripur Dargah( Urus Khana)
The people of the Circle area are peace loving people and they are residing in the area irrespective of cast and creed peacefully since a long time.
BAJALI REVENUE CIRCLE
Geographical Area= 164.79 sq Km.
No. of Mouza = 3 (Sariha, Uttar Bajali & Pub Bajali)
No. of Villages = 70
No. of Lots = 21
During British Rule in the year 1931 AD, the Bajali Revenue Circle was curved out of Barnagar Circle of the erstwhile Kamrup District with eight mouzas namely Pub-Bajali, Utta Bajali, Sariha, Manikpur, Chapaguri, Koklabari, Bijni and Hastinapur Mouza taking Patacharkuchi as the head quarter of the Circle. The required land for construction of office building was donated by late Chandranath Dev. Choudhury a known citizen of Patacharkuchi of that time. The office started functioning from 1st April of 1932 and Late Chandra Mohan Goswami was the first Sub-Deputy Collector. In 1971, Bijni and Hastinapur Mouza were taken out of this circle to create Sarupeta Revenue Circle and in 1981, Koklabari, Chapaguri and Manikpur Mouza were also taken out to create Jalah Revenue Circle. At present there are 70 villages with a geographical area of 164.79 sq K.M. in Bajali Revenue Circle.
Places of Importance:-
Dubi: It is a 3 K.M. distance towards south of Pathsala town. Here Sri Sri Parihareswar Devalaya is situated which dates back to the Ahom rule. Thousands of people visit this Holy place during the month of "Magh" and "Shiva Chaturdashi". Dubi is also famous for "Devadasi Nritya" which was performed in front of the "Idol" in the part.
Bhogeswar Devalaya at Chamuwa Uluwa Village: This Devalaya is at a distance of 15 K.M. from Patacharkuchi towards north. This is a "Bishnu Temple". Thousands of people visit this place during the month of Magh.
Pathsala Town: Though it is a small town, it has great importance in the cultural arena of Assam. Two mobile theater group of Pathsala namely "Awahan" and "Kohinoor" have been marching in the live almost unchallenged in technique, performance and fame in and outside Assam. There are also several Educational Institutions which are paving the path of fame with good academic results.
Patacharkuchi: Patacharkuchi was once the headquarter of local administration. The British ruler established a police station, a dispensary, a veterinary dispensary and an Inspection Bungalow and sub-deputy collector's office at Patacharkuchi. Later on a sub-register office was also established here.