Cachar is a district of Assam state in India. The district headquarters are located at Silchar.
Geography of Cachar
Geographical area of Cachar district is 3,786 Sq. Km. Cachar District is bounded on the North side by Barali and Jayantia hill ranges, on the South side by Mizoram , on the East side by sister districts of Hailakandi and Karimganj. It is considered as one of the oldest districts of this state.
Main Rivers : The Barak is the main river of the district
Latitude of Cachar city : 24 Degree 22' N and 25 Degree 8' N
Longitude of Cachar city : 92 Degree 24' E and 93 Degree 15' E
About Cachar District
Cachar name was derived from the Kachari kingdom. Initially, Cachar district was a part of this kingdom that included the adjacent Karimganj and Hailakandi districts of Assam.
Cachar District is the gateway to the neighbouring state of Mizoram and also to the western parts of Manipur and is principally surrounded by hills in all the three sides.
Sub-division of Cachar District
In Cachar District there is 2 sub division
Development Blocks in Cachar District
Cachar District divide into 15 Development Blocks
Cities and Towns in Cachar District
Railway Station in Cachar District
Silchar Railway Station
Bus Station in Cachar District
Silchar Bus Station
Tourist places in Cachar District
Sidheswar Shiva Temple
Universities in Cachar District
National Institute of Technology
Colleges in Cachar District
A K Chanda Law College
Cachar College, Silchar
Major Crops of Cachar District
Paddy, Potato, Sugar Cane, Rape & M.Oil Seed, Pinaple, Jute, Chilies are the main crops of this district.