Manikgonj District of Bangladesh.
Manikgonj district is located in central of Bangladesh. It is a part of the Dhaka division. It is bounded by Tangail district on the north, Faridpur and Dhaka districts on the south, Dhaka district on the east, the Padma River, Jamuna River and the district of Pabna and Rajbari on the west.
Main rivers of Manikgonj: Manikgonj District’s main rivers are Padma River, Jamuna River, Dhaleshwari River, Ichamati River and Kaliganga River.
Annual Average Temperature of Manikgonj: Manikgonj annual average maximum temperature 36⁰c, minimum temperature 12.7⁰c. Manikgonj total annual rainfall 2376 mm.
Manikgonj Town: Manikgonj town consists of nine (9) wards and forty nine (49) mahallas. The area of the town is 20.59 square kilometers.
Manikgonj district was established in 1984. It consists of seven (7) upazilas, sixty five (65) union parishads, 1357 mouzas, one (1) municipality, nine (9) wards, forty nine (49) mahallas and 1647 villages.
The Area of Manikgonj: 1,378.99 square kilometers (532.4 square mile)
The Population of Manikgonj: 1,274,829
The Density of Manikgonj: 924.5/square kilometers (2,394.4/square mile)
The Literacy Rate of Manikgonj: 26.9%
The Name of Manikgonj District’s Upazilas: Manikgonj Sadar Upazila, Singair Upazila, Shivalaya Upazila, Saturia Upazila, Harirampur Upazila, Ghior Upazila and Daulatpur Upazila.