The Kamrup Rural region, or just the Kamrup region (Pron: ækæmˌrəp or ˈkæmˌru: p), is an administrative district in the Indian state of Assam formed by dividing the old Kamrup region into two states in 2003. Present Assam is called Kamrup in many ancient Indian texts. It was also known as Pragjyotishpur because of the star practices (Jyotish Shashtra) that were prevalent in this part of the country at that time. However, "Kamrup" became a prominent name in the later part of history.
Kamrup is home to one of the few large colonies with the largest storks still in existence. Located in the province of Assam, the Kamrup Region is famous for its pristine temples of Kamakhya and Hajo, which attract countless tourists from all over the world.
Its total area is 3105 km2.
There are 11 sub-districts in total in Kamrup.
There are 1037 districts in total in the region.
There are 16 cities in total in the Kamrup region.
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