About Uttar Dinajpur
Uttar Dinajpur (Bengali) is a state in the Indian state of West Bengal. Created on 1 April 1992 in the division of the former West Dinajpur district. The undivided Dinajpur region was part of the Pundra state. Pundra was all part of the Mauryan empire, and Jainism spread to the region in the fourth century BCE. Their capital was Pundrabardhan, and the other two ancient towns were Gourpur and Kotibarsha, now called Bangarh.
This region is famous for the delta region called the Sundarbans. Dinajpur is famous for its rice production. 'Katharibhog' rice is considered one of the best in Bangladesh. Dinajpur is also rich in wheat production. Dinajpur lychee are the best in Bangladesh and along with Rajshahi, Dinajpur is famous for its mango.
The region has an area of 3142 km2.
There are less than 2 complete districts in Uttar Pradesh.
There are 1577 total villages in the region.
There are 9 total towns in the region.
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