|Districts||Alipurduar, Cooch Behar, Darjeeling, Jalpaiguri, Kalimpong|
|• Total||12,763 km2 (4,928 sq mi)|
|• Density||670/km2 (1,700/sq mi)|
Jalpaiguri Division is one of the 5 divisions in the Indian state of West Bengal. It is the northernmost division of West Bengal. It is surrounded by Nepal on the western side, Bihar on South-Western side, Bhutan on the Northern side and Bangladesh on the southern side.
It consists of 5 districts:
|Code||District||Headquarters||Established||Sub-Division||Area||Population As of 2011||Population Density||Map|
|DA||Darjeeling||Darjeeling||1947||2,092.5 km2 (807.9 sq mi)||1,797,422||859/km2 (2,220/sq mi)|
|JP||Jalpaiguri||Jalpaiguri||1947||2,844 km2 (1,098 sq mi)||2,172,846||621/km2 (1,610/sq mi)|
|KB||Cooch Behar||Cooch Behar||1950||3,387 km2 (1,308 sq mi)||2,822,780||833/km2 (2,160/sq mi)|
|AD||Alipurduar||Alipurduar||2014||3,383 km2 (1,306 sq mi)||1,700,000||400/km2 (1,000/sq mi)|
|KA||Kalimpong||Kalimpong||2017||1,044 km2 (403 sq mi)||251,642||239/km2 (620/sq mi)|
|Total||5||—||-||13||12,713 km2 (4,909 sq mi)||8,790,397||
691/km2 (1,790/sq mi)
Hindus forms the majority of the population while Muslims forms the largest minority group. There is a significant Christian and Buddhist population in the division. They are mainly concentrated in Kalimpong district and hill subdivisions of Darjeeling district. The Dooars regions also has a significant tribal population.