Sadiya is a small town
in the Tinsukia district of the North-eastern Indian state
of Assam. Sadiya is an assamese name for king of Sutiya
tribe.It stands on a grassy plain, nearly surrounded by
forested Himalayan mountains, on the right bank of what is
locally considered the main stream of the Brahmaputra river.
Sadiya is famous for a flower named sotful (the word means
"blessing" or a "desert flower"), which is much like
Jasmine. Sadiya today serves as one of the district
headquarters for Indian Red Cross.