Kamrup is bounded by the foothills of Bhutan and Nalbari District
in the north, the state of
in the south, Nagaon District
in the east and Goalpara
and Nalbari districts in the west. Guwahati
is the district headquarters. Kamrup has an area of 4,345 sq km, supporting a population of 2.5 million.
The Brahmaputra, Kalangsuti, Digaru, Bharalu, Kulsi, and Singra are the important rivers flowing through Kamrup District.
Kamakhya Temple, Geeta Mandir, Aswaklanta, Balaji Temple, and
Navagraha Temple are the major temples. Kamrup district also has some tourist destinations such as Srimanta Sankardev Kalakshetra, Saraighat Bridge, and the Guwahati Planetarium.