Lakhimpur is an administrative district in the Indian state of Assam. The regional headquarters are located in North Lakhimpur. The name Lakhimpur is derived from the word "Lakshmipur" given to the Chutiya king Lakshminarian. The northern part of Lakhimpur Kheri was occupied by the Rajputs in the 10th century. Islamic rule gradually spread to this far-flung and ruthless tract. In the 14th century, several fortifications were built along the northern border, preventing invasions from Nepal.
The Dudhwa Tiger Reserve in Lakhimpur Kheri has two important sites, Dudhwa National Park and the Kishanpur Wildlife Sanctuary, which was established in 1987. Dudhwa National Park is known as the first National Park of the country after the formation of Uttarakhand and is a national protected area.
Its total area is 2277 km2.
There are 2 phases in this region.
There are 1184 total districts in the region.
There are 4 cities in total in the region.
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