Tezpur ( Assamese: তেজপুৰ, Tejapur ) is a city in the state of Assam in eastern India. Tezpur is part of the district Sonitpur and is its administrative headquarters. The place has 105 377 inhabitants ( 2001). According to calculations by 2012, the city is said to have 118 567 inhabitants. Its history dates back to the 8th century.
Since 1987, the 3015 m long bridge Kolia Bhomora Setu over the river Brahmaputra and leads south to the district of Nagaon. The city is the largest on the north bank of the Brahmaputra.
Tezpur is the seat of the diocese of Tezpur.