First planted in 1897, Sessa is located in the Dibrugarh district of Upper Assam region. This garden derives its name from the river Sessa that flows around the western-northern and partially the eastern boundary of the main division.
The garden has two divisions namely Sessa and Temptoo. In the olden days, transportation to and from Temptoo division was done by means of a trolley. The Manager's Gypsy of the bygone era can be seen at the factory.
The garden is proud of its latest upgraded factory. The superior field practices followed at Sessa have ensured recognition by the Tea Board through excellence awards, while this mark is keenly sought after by the upcountry markets.
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