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16) The Duars were lowland tracts analogous to the Nepali terai that were then under Bhutanese control.
At the close of the Duar Wars (1864-1865), Bhutan ceded territory in the Assam, and Bengal Duars and British claimed arbitration power in Bhutan's disputes with neighbors through the Sinchula Treaty of 1865 (Penjore 112).
The plain land of Bhutan is called the Duars and that of Nepal the Tarai.