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  • The people of North Bengal are also a varied lot. The tea gardens brought in Tribals from Bengal and Bihar. The hill stations attracted people from neighboring Nepal, and the partition of 1947 brought in Hordes of Bengalis from Bangladesh.
  • The Hills, the jungles and the serene beauty of undulating tea gardens spread to the horizon.

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Uttar Dinajpur / North Dinajpur

On 1st April, 1992, North Dinajpur was granted the status of a separated district of North Bengal by dividing West Dinajpur district. The district is bounded by Bangladesh on the east; Bihar on the west; Darjeeling and Jalpaiguri on the North and Malda to the South. The rivers of Kulik, Nagar and Mahananda flow through the district and provide great fertility to the soil; paddy, jute and sugarcane are grown in large numbers here.

Raiganj and Islampur are the two main sub-divisions comprising mainly of Bengali speaking population while Islampur has a large number of Urdu and Hindi speaking people.

The NH-34 and NH-31 passes through the District. The name of the District originated from the name of king 'Danuj' and therby Danaj and ultimately converted to Dinaj. So also the name of the district head quarter Raiganj comes from Rai crop. In the British period the district was declared as disturbed area during the khilafat Movement. The name of the place like Karnajora, Karandighi stems from the mythological character Karna.The district is constituted of Nine Blocks under Two Sub-Divisions namely Raiganj and Islampur. This is a multi-lingual district dominated by Bengali speaking and there are urdu and Hindi speaking population in the Islampur area.

Before partition of Bengal, the district extended to areas that are currently under Bangladesh. Today a Dinajpur district exists in Bangladesh across the boarder as a proof of the historical links between the two countries.

The total area of the district is 3142 sq km. The district headquarter is Raiganj. The district has 2 subdivisions, 9 blocks and 4 municipalities. Total population of the district as per the 2001 census is 24,41,794. Hindus and Muslims are the major religious group numbering almost equally in the district.

Tourist spots in North Dinajpur

• Sap-nikla forest, located 22 km from Islampur where visitors can visit the lake and forest for sight seeing.
• Karnajora Museum and park
• Burhana Fakir’s Mosque
• Goddess Kali’s temple at Baira
• Malgaon and Kunore – Famous for terracotta work
• Goddess Bhairabi’s temple at Bindore
• Kunore- famous for terracotta pottery & Malgaon.
• Banabithi Resort at Barui, Barduari.
• Farm-House at Samaspur, Hemtabad

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