Bagerhat District of Bangladesh.
Bagerhat district is located in south western of Bangladesh. It is a part of the Khulna division. It is bounded by Gopalganj district and Narail district on the north, the Bay of Bangal on the south, Gopalganj district, pirojpur district and Barguna district on the east and Khulna district on the west.
Main Rivers of Bagerhat : Bagerhat main rivers are Panguchi River, Daratana River, Madhumati River, Pasur River, Haringhata River, Mongla River, Baleswar River, Bangra River and Goshairkhali River. Bagerhat district is the fourth (4th) largest city in Bangladesh.
Bagerhat Town: Bagerhat town is consists of nine (9) wards and thirty one (31) mahallas. Bagerhat municipality was established in 1958. It has an area of 7.53 km² (square kilometer) and population of 51504 persons.
Administration of Bagerhat: Administration of Bagerhat district was established in 1984. It consists of nine (9) upazilas, seventy seven (77) union parishads, one thousand thirty one (1031) villages, six hundred eighty seven (687) mouzas, three (3) municipalities, twenty seven (27) wards and fifty six (56) mahallas.
Area of Bagerhat: 3,959.11 km² (square kilometers).
Population of Bagerhat: 1,515,815 persons.
Density of Bargerhat: 382.9/km² (per square kilometer).
Literacy Rate of Bagerhat: 44.3%
Name of the Bagerhat Districts Upazilas: Bagerhat Sadar Upazila, Chitalmari Upazila, Kachua Upazila, Fakirhat Upazila, Mollahat Upazila, Mongla Upazila, Morrelganj Upazila, Rampal Upazila, Sarankhola Upazila.