|Native Name:||New Jalpaiguri|
|State Name:||West Bengal|
|Population As Of:||2001|
|Area Magnitude:||sq. km|
New Jalpaiguri is a sister city of the city of Siliguri in India's state of West Bengal. The appellation Jalpaiguri means olives in Bengali. The town is popularly known by its acronym NJP. It is located at a distance of sixteen kilometres from Siliguri.
New Jalpaiguri is a major railway junction linking north eastern India to the rest of the country. The station has all three gauges - broad gauge - linking regular rail traffic between Assam and other parts of India; narrow gauge - the Darjeeling Himalayan Railway - a World Heritage Site connecting it with the hill station of Darjeeling and the metre gauge which connects parts of Assam and used as local rail services.
The stop is also a major junction for supplies and goods for the state of Sikkim.