Kokrajhar area is an authoritative region in B.T.A.D., Assam. It is transcendently occupied by the Boro clan. The locale has its base camp situated at Kokrajhar Town and possesses a zone of 3,169.22 km². Kokrajhar was a section the unified Goalpara region. In 1957, under the organization of Bimala Prasad Chaliha as the Chief Minister of Assam, three sub-divisions were made one of which was Kokrajhar. This sub-division was made into an area on 1 July 1983. On 29 September 1989 Bongaigaon region was made from parts of Kokrajhar and Goalpara.
Kokrajhar region possesses a territory of 3,129 square kilometers 1,208 sq mi, relatively comparable to Russia's Waigeo Island. Kokrajhar area is situated on the northern bank of the Brahmaputra stream. It frames the door to the Seven Sister States. Kokrajhar imparts its limit to Bongaigaon now known as Chirang, Dhubri, West Bengal, Barpeta and Bhutan. In 2006 the Indian government named Kokrajhar one of the nation's 250 most in reverse regions out of an aggregate of 640. It is one of the eleven locales in Assam right now accepting assets from the Backward Regions Grant Fund Program BRGF. In 1990, Kokrajhar locale ended up home to Manas National Park, which has a region of 500 km² 193.1 sq mi. It imparts the recreation center to four different locales.
Currency: Rupees - INR Pincode of Kokrajhar: 783370 Language : Assamese, Bengali, Bodo Weather: Summer 29°C to 32°C Winter 10°C to 25°C