‘(Place with) Olives’ City/District, West Bengal
From Ben: jalapāi, ‘olive’; (Ben)/Dra: guri, ‘place’.
Guri is a place-name element found in the northern region of West Bengal [Siliguri, Mallaguri, Maynaguri] which many think has a Dravidian origin – it is usually translated as ‘place’.
Olive trees grow profusely here, especially in districts like Jalpaiguri, Alipurduar and Cooch Behar.
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