The region was formed in parts of the outer regions of Purnia, Dinajpur and Rajshahi in 1813. In 1813, due to the spread of serious crime in Kaliachak and Sahebganj thanas and rivers / So Malda district was created. In 1832 a separate treasurer was established and in 1859 a full Magistrate and collector was appointed. Until 1876, the region formed part of the Rajshahi Division and between 1876 and 1905, formed part of the Bhagalpur Division.
The Malda Museum has a beautiful collection of regional architecture. During the 18th century, Malda was a prosperous center of the cotton and silk industries. The area grows rice, jute, legumes, and oilseeds. and famous for mangoes and mulberries.
The district has an area of 3733 km2.
There are 2 complete districts in Malad.
There are 3701 total villages in the region.
There are 3 total towns in the region.
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