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|— District —|
|Manas National Park, Darrang|
|Time zone||IST (UTC+05:30)|
|ISO 3166 code||IN-AS-DA|
Darrang district occupies an area of 3,481 square kilometres (1,344 sq mi), comparatively equivalent to Bahamas's North Andros Island. The main place of attraction in Darrang is Bhairabkund. Bhairabkund is a famous picnic spot in Assam. Geographically it shares the border with Bhutan and Arunachal Pradesh. Bhairabkund is a must see place in Assam. The other important towns in Darrang are Udalguri, Tangla, Sipajhar, Rowta, Kharupetia, Kalaigaon.
There are four Assam Legislative Assembly constituencies in this district: Kalaigaon, Sipajhar, Mangaldoi, and Dalgaon. Mangaldoi is designated for scheduled castes. All four are in the Mangaldoi Lok Sabha constituency.
According to the 2011 census Darrang district has a population of 908,090 , roughly equal to the nation of Fiji or the US state of Delaware. This gives it a ranking of 463rd in India (out of a total of 640). The district has a population density of 491 inhabitants per square kilometre (1,270 /sq mi) . Its population growth rate over the decade 2001-2011 was 19.51 %. Darrang has a sex ratio of 923 females for every 1000 males, and a literacy rate of 64.55 %.
868,532 (57.74%) are Hindus, 534,658 (35.54%) are Muslims, and 97,306 (1.75%) are Christians.
Flora and faunaEdit
In 1990 Darrang district became home to Manas National Park, which has an area of 500 km2 (193.1 sq mi). It shares the park with four other districts. It is also home to Orang National Park, which it shares with Sonitpur district. Orang was established in 1999 and has an area of 79 km2 (30.5 sq mi). Apart from the two national parks, it's also home to a wildlife sanctuary: the Barnodi.
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