Recently I was going through the world famous “Concise Oxford English Dictionary”, 10th Edition (Revised), edited by Judy Pearsall, when I came across a factual error.
I found that in that book the word “Darjeeling” has been described as – “A high quality tea grown in the mountains of northern India”.
The fact is, the mountain where the world famous Darjeeling tea is grown is in eastern India. The exact place where the tea is grown is the mountain of Darjeeling (from where the tea has got its name). And this mountain of Darjeeling is located in the Indian state of West Bengal, in eastern India.
By the way, some people feel that Darjeeling is in North-East India. That information is also wrong.
I hope the “Concise Oxford English Dictionary” will rectify the mistake in the next edition.