Rajbari District of Bangladesh.
Rajbari district is located in Dhaka division of Bangladesh. It is bounded by Pabna district on the north, Faridpur and Magura districts on the south, Manikganj district on the east, Kushtia and jhenaidah districts on the west. The land of the district is mainly alluvial raised from the Padma.
Main Rivers of Rajbari: Rajbari main rivers are besides the Padma (Ganges) River are Jalangi River, Kumar River, Gorai River, Madhumati River, harai River and Chandana River.
Annual Average Temperature of Rajbari: Rajbari annual average maximum temperature 35.8⁰ c and minimum temperature 12.6⁰c. Rajbari annual average rainfall 2105 mm.
Rajbari Town: Rajbari town consists of nine (9) wards and thirty (31) mahallas. The area of the town is 12.14 square kilometers. The Rajbari town has a population of 48014.
Rajbari district was established in 1984. The district consists of five (5) upazilas, forty two (42) union parishads, three (3) municipalities, 796 mouzas, 986 villages, twenty seven (27) wards and ninety six (96) mahallas.
Area of Rajbari: 1,118.8 square kilometers (432 square mile)
Population of Rajbari: 940,360
Density of Rajbari: 840.5/ square kilometers (2,176.9/ square mile)
Literacy Rate of Rajbari: 26.4%
The name of Rajbari Districts Upazilas: Baliakandi Upazila, Golandaghat Upazila, Pangsha Upazila, Rajbari Sadar Upazila and Kalukhale Upazila.