Kamrup region likewise Kamrup country region is an authoritative area in the province of Assam in India shaped by bifurcating old Kamrup region into two in the year 2003; other being Kamrup Metropolitan region, named after locale it constitutes. The locale, alongside Nalbari and Barpeta together shape the Kamrup area, has Kamrupi culture and dialect.Kamrup locale possesses a region of 4,345 square kilometers 1,678 sq mi, nearly proportionate to Australia's Kangaroo Island. Kamrup area has some regional question with neighboring West Khasi Hills locale, Meghalaya, including that over the town of Langpih. The staple harvest of the region is rice, of which there are three products.
The indigenous fabricates are limited to the weaving of silk and cotton materials for home utilize, and to the making of metal mugs and plates. In the quick neighbourhood of the Brahmaputra the land is low and presented to yearly immersion. In this damp tract reeds and sticks thrive lushly, and the main development is that of rice. At a relatively short separation from the stream banks the ground starts to ascend in undulating glades towards the mountains of Bhutan on the north and towards the Khasi slopes on the south. The slopes south of the Brahmaputra in a few sections achieve the tallness of 800 feet 240 m.
Currency: Rupees - INR Pincode of Kamrup: 781001 Language : Assamese, English Weather: Summer 30°C to 33°C Winter 11°C to 27°C