Jhargram is a district located in the state of West Bengal, India. It was established on April 4, 2017, after splitting from Paschim Medinipur district as the 22nd district in West Bengal. The district has its headquarters in Jhargram. Raja Sarveshwar Malla Deb was the founder of the present Jhargram royal family and belonged to the Kshatriya Chandra Vansha Chauhan family of Rajputs. The name of the Capital of the Country was known as Jhargram, surrounded by walls and canals known as Ugal in the local language.
Jhargram is famous for its woody beauty and climate that reaches the summit of the Belpahari mountains. It is a favorite place for forest lovers. Ancient temples, royal palaces, and traditional songs and rhythms make this place attractive.
The region has an area of 3038 km2.
It has only 1 small districts in Jhargram.
There are 545 villages in the region.
There is no town in this region.
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