Kamrup district

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Kamrup district (Pron:ˈkæmˌrəp or ˈkæmˌru:p); also Kamrup rural district is an administrative district in the state of Assam in India formed by bifurcating old Kamrup district into two in the year 2003; other being Kamrup Metropolitan district, named after region it constitute.wikipedia
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Undivided Kamrup district

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Kamrup district (Pron:ˈkæmˌrəp or ˈkæmˌru:p); also Kamrup rural district is an administrative district in the state of Assam in India formed by bifurcating old Kamrup district into two in the year 2003; other being Kamrup Metropolitan district, named after region it constitute.
Undivided Kamrup district is a former administrative district located in Western Assam from which Kamrup Rural (2003), Kamrup Metropolitan (2003), Barpeta (1983), Nalbari (1985) and Baksa (2004) Kamrup South (2015) districts were formed.

Barpeta district

Barpeta
The district, along with Nalbari and Barpeta together form the Kamrup region, has Kamrupi culture and language.
Barpeta district was created in 1983 when it was split from Kamrup district.

Assam

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Kamrup district (Pron:ˈkæmˌrəp or ˈkæmˌru:p); also Kamrup rural district is an administrative district in the state of Assam in India formed by bifurcating old Kamrup district into two in the year 2003; other being Kamrup Metropolitan district, named after region it constitute.
Higher population concentration was recorded in the districts of Kamrup, Nagaon, Sonitpur, Barpeta, Dhubri, Darrang, and Cachar.

Kamrup Metropolitan district

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Kamrup district (Pron:ˈkæmˌrəp or ˈkæmˌru:p); also Kamrup rural district is an administrative district in the state of Assam in India formed by bifurcating old Kamrup district into two in the year 2003; other being Kamrup Metropolitan district, named after region it constitute.
It was created on 3 February 2003 by bifurcating the erstwhile Kamrup district.

Nalbari district

Nalbari
The district, along with Nalbari and Barpeta together form the Kamrup region, has Kamrupi culture and language.
The district was created on 14 August 1985 when it was split from Kamrup district.

Dipor Bil

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In 1989 Kamrup district became home to the Dipor Bil Wildlife Sanctuary, which has an area of 4.1 km2.
Dipor Bil, also spelt Deepor Beel (Pron: dɪpɔ:(r) bɪl) (bil or Kaushal Tisa means "lake" in the local Assamese language), is located to the south-west of Guwahati city, in Kamrup district of Assam, India

Langpih

Kamrup district has some territorial disputes with neighbouring West Khasi Hills district, Meghalaya, including that over the village of Langpih.
It is located near the border of West Khasi Hills district, Meghalaya and Kamrup district, Assam.

Kamrupi dialects

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The district, along with Nalbari and Barpeta together form the Kamrup region, has Kamrupi culture and language. Major language spoken natively is Kamrupi dialect of Assamese with pockets of Amri, a language related with Karbi, with 1,25,000 speakers; Tiwa (Lalung) and A'Tong, also spoken by 10,000 people, found mostly in southern parts bordering Meghalaya.
These dialects are now spoken in the present districts of Kamrup Rural, Kamrup Metropolitan, Nalbari, Barpeta, Darrang, Kokrajhar and Bongaigaon.

List of districts in India

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This gives it a ranking of 327th in India (out of a total of 640).

List of districts of Assam

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Kamrup district (Pron:ˈkæmˌrəp or ˈkæmˌru:p); also Kamrup rural district is an administrative district in the state of Assam in India formed by bifurcating old Kamrup district into two in the year 2003; other being Kamrup Metropolitan district, named after region it constitute.

West Khasi Hills district

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Kamrup district has some territorial disputes with neighbouring West Khasi Hills district, Meghalaya, including that over the village of Langpih.

Hajo

Hajo (India)
The ancient temples of Kamakhya and Hajo attracts many pilgrims from all quarters.
It lies on the banks of the Brahmaputra River, 24 km from the city of Guwahati in the Kamrup district of Assam, India.

Karbi language

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Major language spoken natively is Kamrupi dialect of Assamese with pockets of Amri, a language related with Karbi, with 1,25,000 speakers; Tiwa (Lalung) and A'Tong, also spoken by 10,000 people, found mostly in southern parts bordering Meghalaya.

Greater adjutant

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Kamrup is home to one of the few large colonies of greater adjutant storks still in existence.
In Kamrup district, Assam, which is home to one of the few large colonies of greater adjutants, outreach efforts including cultural and religious programming, especially aimed at village women, have rallied residents to conserve the birds.

Atong language (Sino-Tibetan)

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Major language spoken natively is Kamrupi dialect of Assamese with pockets of Amri, a language related with Karbi, with 1,25,000 speakers; Tiwa (Lalung) and A'Tong, also spoken by 10,000 people, found mostly in southern parts bordering Meghalaya.
It is spoken in the South Garo Hills and West Khasi Hills districts of Meghalaya state in Northeast India, southern Kamrup district in Assam, and adjacent areas in Bangladesh.

Amingaon

Amri language

AmriajzDumurali / Kamrup Karbi
Major language spoken natively is Kamrupi dialect of Assamese with pockets of Amri, a language related with Karbi, with 1,25,000 speakers; Tiwa (Lalung) and A'Tong, also spoken by 10,000 people, found mostly in southern parts bordering Meghalaya.

Silsako

Silsako Bridge
Silsako was an ancient stone bridge over a channel of river Barnadi in Hajo, Kamrup.

Tiwa (Lalung)

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Major language spoken natively is Kamrupi dialect of Assamese with pockets of Amri, a language related with Karbi, with 1,25,000 speakers; Tiwa (Lalung) and A'Tong, also spoken by 10,000 people, found mostly in southern parts bordering Meghalaya.
Plains Tiwas live on the flatlands of the Southern bank of the Brahmaputra valley, The following places below are the Tiwaland (Tiwashong) state areas mostly in Morigaon, Nagaon, Hojai, Kamrup (Rural) and (Metro), Sibsagar, Jorhat, Sonitpur, Lakhimpur and Dhemaji districts.

India

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Kamrup district (Pron:ˈkæmˌrəp or ˈkæmˌru:p); also Kamrup rural district is an administrative district in the state of Assam in India formed by bifurcating old Kamrup district into two in the year 2003; other being Kamrup Metropolitan district, named after region it constitute.

Kamrup region

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Kamrup district (Pron:ˈkæmˌrəp or ˈkæmˌru:p); also Kamrup rural district is an administrative district in the state of Assam in India formed by bifurcating old Kamrup district into two in the year 2003; other being Kamrup Metropolitan district, named after region it constitute. The district, along with Nalbari and Barpeta together form the Kamrup region, has Kamrupi culture and language.

Kamrupi culture

Kamrupi
The district, along with Nalbari and Barpeta together form the Kamrup region, has Kamrupi culture and language.

Australia

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Kamrup district occupies an area of 4345 km2, comparatively equivalent to Australia's Kangaroo Island.

Kangaroo Island

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Kamrup district occupies an area of 4345 km2, comparatively equivalent to Australia's Kangaroo Island.

Meghalaya

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Kamrup district has some territorial disputes with neighbouring West Khasi Hills district, Meghalaya, including that over the village of Langpih.