The history of the city of Howrah goes back over 500 years and the district is located in the area historically occupied by the ancient Bengali kingdom of Bhurhat. The name of the district is alternatively spelled "Howrah - Haora" (or alternatively "Haora," without giving reasons), which corresponds to the name of one of its two main districts, the northern part of Howrah.
When the large jute-growing area became part of East Pakistan (now Bangladesh), the jute industry suffered. A large number of Hindu immigrants have settled in the Tripura area, most of them from the northern parts of West Bengal state.
In 2014, the amount of land deforestation increased further to 0.0306 km2, and land extraction expanded further south - east of the river (Fig. 11D). In some sections, land use, water quality, river flow and water flow patterns have changed drastically. Temporal changes in the Haora flow can be identified by increasing the size to 1,250,000 km3
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Howrah is measured according to the definition of the geographical boundary, with a maximum population of 5,000 people per square kilometer and a minimum of 1,500.
The area is less temperate compared to tourist destinations worldwide, with temperatures ranging from the mid-to-high 80s to low 90s. The warmest time of the year is generally the summer months, when the maximum is usually 99.1 degrees. (37.3 degrees), while the temperature rarely drops below 80.8 degrees (-8.4 degrees C). The wettest month is March with 52 ° C. 1% relative humidity, and the wettest months are July with 80% (+ 4%).
Hydrological data from the Central Water Commission (CWC) show that the total annual discharge of the Haora River is about 180 m3, but the monthly discharge rate varies widely. During the three-year investigation period, two serious discharges were identified in the Haora catchment area. The same scenario was found in 2010 at the site of a dam for the transport of heavy vehicles. But during the next monsoon, the dams were damaged and the material was traced back to its original location.
The difference in altitude between the tila and the neighbouring Lunga is only a few metres, but even the brick fields on the right bank use the riverbed to collect their raw materials from the agricultural land on the left bank of the rivers. The use of this raw material, which is supplied to the brick industry, leads to a change in the course of the river, which changes the natural dynamics and gradually causes the Haora river to become sick. It was found that two companies, R.B.I. and Ramthakur, located on the right bank of the river, dumped waste on the banks of the river.
These inhabitants directly or indirectly alter the morphology of the river and pollute its water. This indicates a vulnerable situation in the Haora River, as shown in a report by the National Institute of Water Resources (NITI Aayog) in India.
The intensity of the river damage is also a consequence that was detected during the investigation period. In the case of the Katakhal River, the connection between the Haora and Katakal Rivers has been completely abandoned and now flows separately. The river has its characteristic middle course, but the alternating course is in the same area as the main river, with the exception of a small part of its upper course.
The bar of the Haora River was found near a suspension bridge, which is located very close to the international border.
From 07.10.2019 there is no travel warning or regional advice for India, but please exercise the highest caution and avoid this area. To help you make your booking decision, we have put at your disposal a real guest - a written guide to the Haora River and its surroundings, as well as a complete list of hotels, restaurants, hotels and hotels in the area created by real guests.