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Cachar District

Cachar District of Assam covers an area of 3,786 sq km. It is bounded by Meghalaya, Manipur, Mizoram and Bangladesh. Cachar serves as a gateway to the north-eastern states of Mizoram, Manipur and Tripura. The Barak, Chiri, Jatinga, Sonai, Dhaleshwari and Katakhal are the major rivers. Cachar has a population of 1.2 million. Silchar is the headquarters.

The major agricultural products are rice, sugarcane, jute, pineapple, chillies and mustard. The climate is tropical with hot summer and heavy precipitation.

Sidheswar Shiva Temple, Narsing Akhra, Bhairab Bari, Khaspur and Bharambaba Temple are the major tourist attractions.

Updated on 18th December, 2005

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