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Official Website : http://kamrup.nic.in

Headquarters : Guwahati
State : Assam

Area in Sq Km (Census 2011)
Total : 3105
Rural : 3031.46
Urban : 73.54

Population (Census 2011)
Population : 1517542
Rural : 1375148
Urban : 142394
Male : 778461
Female : 739081
Sex Ratio (Females per 1000 males) : 949
Density (Total, Persons per sq km) : 489

Official language : Assamese, Hindi

Helplines :
Deputy Commissioner 0361-2684404(O)
ACS, SDO(C) 03621-240420
IPS, SP 0361-2684400
Police Control Room, Kamrup 0361-2684402
Scientist-D and DIO 0361-2684414
Scientist-D and ADIO 0361-2684414
Shri Damodar Barman, ACS, CO Guwahati Revenue Circle 9435051206
Dr. Dhruba Jyoti Hazarika Dispur Revenue Circle 9435197170
Pallab Jyoti Nath CO, Chandrapur 8011595052
Ms. Jennifer Y Choudhury CO. Sonapur 9864363630
Mohorsii Kashyap CO, Azara 7896025721
Jituraj Gogoi Assistant Commissioner 9101702719
Srabana Sonowal Assistant Commissioner 9954358116

Population (Census 2010) :
The current world population is 7.6 billion (As of 1st July 2018)

Click on the following link to download district statistics as per NITI Ayog website

Brief About Kamrup District
The Present Assam was referred to as Kamrup in many of the ancient Indian literature. It was also known as Pragjyotishpur due to the astrology (Jyotish Shashtra) practices that prevailed in this part of the country during that time. However, "Kamrup" became a more predominant name in the later part of the history. There is a famous story which says the reason behind the naming of this place "Kamrup":

Lord "Shiva" married Parvati, the daughter of Daksha, a very powerful king of that time. The King however, did not like his son-in-law for some reasons and hence did not invite him for the "Jagna" (the great sacrifice) ceremony which the king organised in a great fashion. Parvati being the daughter of the king could not resist from attending the ceremony and went there with the permission from her husband. As she reached the auspicious venue, "Daksha" did pass on derogatory comments on her husband and that too in front of a huge gathering. She became very annoyed and got disgusted at the discourtesy shown to her husband and sacrificed her life on the spot itself.

Overcome with grief at the death of Sati (Parvati), Shiva began a grim penance and wandered about the world carrying her dead body on his head. Shiva's 'dance of death' and penance alarmed all the gods because it threatened to destroy the world. In order to stop the frightful wanderings of Shiva, the supreme god, Vishnu, cut the dead body of Sati into fifty- one pieces with his great weapon, the "Shudarshan Chakra" (Discus). The pieces fell onto the earth in fifty one different places and wherever they fell, the ground was held to be sacred. One of the important organs of Sati fell on Nilachal hill in Guwahati and the place was thenceforth held sacred and it says that the famous Kamakhya Temple was originated from that "Sati's" organ only.

As Shiva continued to do penance, the other gods became afraid that he would thereby acquire universal power. They sent Kamadeva, the God of Love, to make Shiva fall in love again, and thereby break his penance. Kamdeva succeeded in his mission, but Shiva was so enraged at the result that he burnt Kamadeva into ashes by a fiery glance of his third eye. Kamadeva eventually regained his life and his original 'form' (Rupa) in Assam and the land where this took place become known as "Kamrup" ("Kamarupa").

Climate : Sub tropical with semi -dry summer & cold in winter.
Annual Rainfall : Ranges between 1500 mm to 2600 mm.
Natural Calamity : Flood occurs generally in the low lying areas of the district during May to August every year. Late flood during the later part of September & October also occurs. The occurrence of flood in the district is due to the river Brahmaputra and its Tributaries.

Average humidity : 75%
Max. Temperature : 38.5 C.
Min. Temperature : 7 .C.


Geographical Area - 4,34 ,500 ha.
Net Cultivated area. -1,81,608 ha
Forest Area. -1,16,694 ha.
Fallow Land.- 7,110 ha.
Land not available for cultivation.- 89,542 ha.
Others. -1,08,000 ha.
No.of Tea Gardens.- 15 Nos.
Area under Tea Cultivation.- 3,660 ha
Total tea production. -7,72,640 kg.
h. Overall land utilization.- 1,304

The District has 58,239 ha. of irrigated land. The bifurcation as per 1999-2000 data is as under :

a) By channels/surface. 18,681 ha.
b) By wells (DTW) 818 ha.
c) By lift irrigation. 6,841 ha.
d) By other sources ( STW+LLP etc.) 39,630 ha