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| name = Darrang district
| native_name = দৰং
| native_name_lang = as
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'''Darrang''' (Pron: ˌdəˈræŋ or dæˈræŋ) ({{lang-as|দৰং}}) is an administrative [[districts of Assam|district]] in the state of [[Assam]] in [[India]]. The district headquarters are located at [[Mangaldoi]]. The district occupies an [[area]] of 3481&nbsp;km².
 
==History==
In 1983 [[Sonitpur district]] was formed from part of Darrang.<ref name='Statoids'>{{cite web | url = http://www.statoids.com/yin.html | title = Districts of India | accessdate = 2011-10-11 | last = Law | first = Gwillim | date = 2011-09-25 | work = Statoids}}</ref> This was repeated on 14 June 2004 with the creation of [[Udalguri district]].<ref name='Statoids'/>
 
==Geography==
Darrang district occupies an area of {{convert|3481|km2|sqmi}}.<ref name='Reference Annual'>{{cite book | last1 = Srivastava, Dayawanti et al. (ed.) | title = India 2010: A Reference Annual | chapter = States and Union Territories: Assam: Government | edition = 54th | publisher = Additional Director General, Publications Division, [[Ministry of Information and Broadcasting (India)]], [[Government of India]] | year = 2010 | location = New Delhi, India | pages = 1116 | accessdate = 2011-10-11 | isbn = 978-81-230-1617-7}}</ref>
===National [[protected area]]===
*[[Manas National Park]] (Part)
*[[Orang National Park]](Part)
 
==Divisions==
There are four [[Assam Legislative Assembly]] constituencies in this district: Kalaigaon, Sipajhar, Mangaldoi, and Dalgaon.<ref name="ceo1">{{cite web|title=List of Assembly Constituencies showing their Revenue & Election District wise break - up|url=http://ceoassam.nic.in/Gen_Informations/2.1%20-%20DEOs%20wise%20ACs%20breakup.pdf|publisher=Chief Electoral Officer, Assam website|accessdate=26 September 2011}}</ref> Mangaldoi is designated for [[scheduled caste]]s.<ref name="ceo1"/> All four are in the [[Mangaldoi (Lok Sabha constituency)|Mangaldoi Lok Sabha constituency]].<ref name="ceo2">{{cite web|title=List of Assembly Constituencies showing their Parliamentary Constituencies wise break - up|url=http://ceoassam.nic.in/Gen_Informations/2.2%20-%20PC-wise%20LAC%20breakup.pdf|publisher=Chief Electoral Officer, Assam website|accessdate=26 September 2011}}</ref>
 
==Demographics==
According to the [[2011 census of India|2011 census]] Darrang district has a [[Demographics of India|population]] of 908,090,<ref name=districtcensus>{{cite web | url = http://www.census2011.co.in/district.php | title = District Census 2011 | accessdate = 2011-09-30 | year = 2011 | publisher = Census2011.co.in}}</ref> roughly equal to the nation of [[Fiji]]<ref name="cia">{{cite web | author = US Directorate of Intelligence | title = Country Comparison:Population | url = https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/rankorder/2119rank.html | accessdate = 2011-10-01 | quote =
Fiji
883,125
July 2011 est.
}}</ref> or the US state of [[Delaware]].<ref>{{cite web|url=http://2010.census.gov/2010census/data/apportionment-pop-text.php|title=2010 Resident Population Data|publisher=U. S. Census Bureau|accessdate=2011-09-30| quote =
Delaware
897,934
}}</ref> This gives it a ranking of 463rd in India (out of a total of [[Districts of India|640]]).<ref name=districtcensus/> The district has a population density of {{convert| 491 |PD/sqkm|PD/sqmi}} .<ref name=districtcensus/> Its [[Family planning in India|population growth rate]] over the decade 2001-2011 was 19.51%.<ref name=districtcensus/> Darrang has a [[sex ratio]] of 923 [[Women in India|females]] for every 1000 males,<ref name=districtcensus/> and a [[Literacy in India|literacy rate]] of 64.55%.<ref name=districtcensus/>
 
868,532 (57.74%) are Hindus, 534,658 (35.54%) are Muslims, and 97,306 (1.75%) are Christians.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://darrang.gov.in/darrang_files/demography.htm|title=Demographic Features of the District|accessdate=2009-10-19}}</ref>
 
==Flora and fauna==
In 1990 Darrang district became home to [[Manas National Park]], which has an area of {{convert|500|km2|mi2|abbr=on|1}}.<ref name=parks>{{cite web|author=Indian Ministry of Forests and Environment|date=|title=Protected areas: Assam|publisher=|url=http://oldwww.wii.gov.in/envis/envis_pa_network/index.htm|accessdate=September 25, 2011}}</ref> It shares the park with four other districts. It is also home to [[Orang National Park]], which it shares with [[Sonitpur district]]. Orang was established in 1999 and has an area of {{convert|79|km2|mi2|abbr=on|1}}.<ref name=parks/> Apart from the two national parks, it's also home to a [[Wildlife Sanctuaries in India|wildlife sanctuary]]: the Barnodi.<ref name=parks/>
 
==References==
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== External links ==
* [http://darrang.gov.in/ Darrang District's Official Government website]
 
{{Geographic location
|Centre = Darrang district
|North = [[Udalguri district]]
|Northeast =
|East = [[Sonitpur district]]
|Southeast =
|South = [[Marigaon district]]
|Southwest =
|West = [[Kamrup district]]
|Northwest =
}}
 
{{Assam}}
{{Minority Concentrated Districts in India}}
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[[Category:Darrang district| ]]
[[Category:Districts of Assam]]
[[Category:Minority Concentrated Districts in India]]
 
{{Assam-geo-stub}}
 
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