|Total length||2.284 kilometres (1.419 mi)|
|Engineering design by||Braithwaite, Burn & Jessop Construction Company|
|Opened||April 15, 1998|
Naranarayan Setu (Assamese: নৰনাৰায়ণ সেতু) (IPA - nɑ:rəˈnərɑ:jənə/nɑ:rəˈnəraɪjənə ˈseɪtu:) is the third bridge to have been constructed over the Brahmaputra River in Assam, India. It is a double-deck bridge with a railway track on the lower deck and a road on the upper deck. It has a length of 2.284 kilometres and connects Jogighopa, a town of Bongaigaon District on the north with Pancharatna, a town of Goalpara District on the south. The bridge was inaugurated on April 15, 1998 by Atal Bihari Vajpayee, the Prime Minister of India at that time. Construction was carried out by the consortium of The Braithwaite Burn and Jessop Construction Company Limited(BBJ).The approximate cost of construction of this bridge is Rs. 301 crore.
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- "Naranarayan Setu In India". India9. India9. Retrieved 10 April 2011.
- "Model project on Construction of Naranarayan Setu over river Brahmaputra at Jogihopa" (PDF). Retrieved 8 May 2013.