Alipore Duar

Geographically Alipurduar is a land locked district bordered by Jalpaiguri in the west, Assam in the east and Coochbihar in the south. In the north the district shares an international border line with Bhutan. The topography of the land is cut across by rivers, streams and hills, and covered with tea gardens and forests. Major rivers that runs across the district are the Torsa, Raidak, Kaljani, Sankosh and Gadadhar.

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