Jambudwip is the name of a confined island arranged in the Bay of Bengal around 8 km toward the southwest of Fraserganj/Bakkhali in the South 24 Parganas region of West Bengal, India. It stays uninhabited aside from in the angling season, i.e. between the long stretches of October and February. Before, anglers originated from the Chittagong and Noakhali zones of Bangladesh for angling. They created exceptional fitness and conventional abilities for marine angling. The primary purposes behind utilizing Jambudwip were the island's vicinity to the angling grounds, nearness of a characteristic stream for safe harboring of their pontoons, and supply of drinking water.