Nagaon (previously Nowgong), is a town and a municipal board in Nagaon district in the Indian state of Assam. It is situated 122.6 kilometres (76 mi) east of Guwahati.It is very beautiful and well developed town. == Geography == The Kolong River, a tributary of the Brahmaputra River, flows through Nagaon and in the process divides the city into two distinct regions: Nagaon and Haibargaon.Nagaon is bounded on the north by the Sonitpur district and the Brahmaputra River. On the south, it borders the West Karbi Anglong district, Dima Hasao and Hojai District. On the east it is bounded by East Karbi Anglong district and the Golaghat district, while on the west it neighbours the Marigaon district. There are several beels, marshy areas and swamps in the district, including the regions of Marikalong, Potakalong, Haribhanga, Jongalbalahu, Samaguri Beel, Gatanga Beel Urigadang and Nawbhanga. These wetlands are former channels of the Kolong and Kopili rivers. == Transport == === Road === Nagaon is integrated into the National Highway system connected to NH 36 and 37 providing easy access to important places in Assam. Buses and trains connect the city with all parts of Assam. === Railway === There are two railway stations in Nagaon town, one at Haiborgaon (Dhing gate) and another at Nagaon proper.