Tangail District of Bangladesh.
Tangail district is central region of Bangladesh. It is a part of the Dhaka division. It is surrounded by the several districts, such as Jamalpur district on the north, the Dhaka and Manikganj districts on the south, the Mymensingh and Gazipur districts on the east, and the Sirajganj district on the west.
Main Rivers of Tangail: Tangail main rivers are that cross the Tangail district are the Jamuna River, Dhaleshwari River, Jhenai River, Bangshi River, Lohajang River, Langulia River, Elongjani River, Jugni River, Fotikjani River and the Turag River.
Average Annual Temperature of Tangail: Tangail average maximum temperature 33.3⁰c, minimum temperature 12⁰c. Tangail annual rainfall 1467 mm.
Tangail Town: Tangail town consists of 9 wards and 63 mahallas. The area of the town is 35.22 kilometers. Tangil municipality was established in 1887. It has a population of 128543.
Tangail district was established in 1969. The district consists of 11 upazilas, 8 municipalities, 72 wards, 211 mahallas, 103 union parishads, 2431 villages.
Area of Tanglail: 3,424.39 square kilometers (1,322.2 square mile)
Population of Tangail: 3,253,961
Density of Tangail: 950.2/ square kilometers(2,461.1/ square kilometers)
Literacy Rate of Tangail: 29.6%
Name of the Tangail Districts Upazilas: Tangail sadar Upazila, Sakhipur Upazila, Basail Upazila, Ghatail Upazila, Magarpue Upazila, Mirzapur Upazila, Gopalpur Upazila, Delduar Upazila, Bhuapur Upazila and Dhandari Upazila.