The Kamrup Metropolitan region is one of 35 provinces in the northeastern state of Assam in India. It was recorded in the undisputed district of Kamrup in 2003. It was created on 3 February 2003 by dividing the former Kamrup region. The Assam government, under the late Minister Tarun Gogoi, had proposed rebuilding a new region, called East Kamrup. In 2016, the process of building a circuit began.
It is also regarded as important as the temple where the beliefs and practices of Aryan societies are associated with non-Aryan communities. The former temple was demolished by Kala Pahar, and later rebuilt in 1565 by Chilarai, the former ruling king of the Koch dynasty.
Its total area is 1528 km2.
This region has one Sub-Divisions-Kamrup Metropolitan.
There are 203 villages in the region.
There are 12 total cities in the region.
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