Built by Sujauddin Mohammed Shah in 1657 AD, Poa Macca located in Hajo, about 24 km from Guwahati is the most revered pilgrimage spot for Muslims in Assam, believed to contain one fourth the sanctity of holy Mecca. To lay the foundation stone of this mosque, 250 g of earth was brought from the holiest city of Islam, Mecca. Thus the mosque was named as Poa Mecca. The complex also has a dargahof Pir Ghiyasuddin Auliya, a reserved seer and one of the earliest propagators of Islam in Assam.
Gopinath Bodoloi Airport in Guwahati is the nearest Airport to Hajo. It also serves as a base for the Indian Air Force. It has regular flights from major cities like New Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai, Chennai, Jorhat, Dibrugarh, Tezpur and Silchar.
The railway station located in Paltan Bazaar, Guwahati is the nearest railway station to Hajo. It has regular trains from major cities like New Delhi, Kolkata, Bengaluru, and Mumbai. You can find buses and taxis from here to Hajo.
Well connected by roads, Hajo is easily accessible from various cities in Assam and therefore, from different states. Adabari Bus Stand and Kachari City Bus Stand in Guwahati are the nearest bus stands to Hajo.
Hajo Road, Patani, Assam 781102
SH 2, Pakhamela, Assam 781102
Sarubakara, Assam 781102