Dakshin Dinajpur : The district is one of the smallest in terms of population and area. Agriculture is the primary activity with not much of industrial efforts in existence. Proud for its continuing cultural activities and peasants movements of the past.
District Headquarter :- Balurghat
Uttar Dinajpur : A newly formed district having bright prospect of boost in agricultural production with the extension of irrigation facility from the much awaited Teesta Project. Primarily a district with agriculture as the main source of income having not much of industrial activity.
District Headquarter :- Raiganj
Taluk Headquarters :- Bansihari, Chakalia, Chopra, Hemtabad, Golpokha, Gangarampur, Hilli, Kaliaganj, Itahar, Kumarganj, Islampur, Karandighi, Raiganj , Kusmandi, Tapan.
Balurghat City situated east of the Atrai River. Connected by road with English Bazar (India) and Dinajpur and Rajshahi (Bangladesh), it is the chief distributing centre for the region, trading mainly in rice, jute, sugarcane, and oilseeds. It was declared a municipality in 1951.
Raiganj , also spelled RAYGANJ, a city situated on the Kulik River. An important agricultural-trade and jute-exporting centre, it is connected by road with English Bazar and with Dinajpur (in Bangladesh). Rice milling is an important industry. Raiganj was declared a municipality in 1951 and has a college affiliated with the University of North Bengal. .
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