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An Introduction 
The karimganj district is bounded by the state of Mizorm, Tripura, sister district Cachar and Hailakandi, and neighbour country Bangladesh. The district covers an area of 1.809 Sq.Km. The major rivers of the district are Kushiara, Longai, Singal, Barak. The total population as per 2001 Census 10,03,678. 

Karimganj district has one sub-division. The district has 5 police station(Karimganj, Badarpur, Ramkrishna Nagar, Patharkandi, Ratabari), 3 Towns,7 C.D Blocks, 5 Circle/Tehsils, 96 goan panchayat & 7 Anchalik Panchayat.



Climate of Cachar District is significant for excessive humidity and being surrounded by ranges of hills on the North, East and South of the district. Heat during summer time is unbearable because of humidity. The air is surcharged with moisture and rainfall is extremely heavy. The winter season is not so cold like other states of India. The actual rainy season starts from May and remains up to October.

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The economic condition of karimganj is good. Tea, rice, timber, bamboo, cane, stone, send, natural gas etc are the major products.



The language spoken in this part of the world is Bengali, especially Sylheli that is spoken by the people of syleth, now in Bangladesh. Other languages spoken in the region are Hindi, Manipuri, Dimasa, and Khasi etc.


People are religious and half of the populations are Hindu and rests are Muslim, Christian, Buddhists, Shiks, and Jains etc. 


The district's litaracy rate is 55.78%. The major language spoken here is Bengali.

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