Chuadanga District of Bangladesh.
Chuadanga district is located in Western of Bangladesh. It is a part of the Khulna division. It is bounded by Kushtia district on the northeast, Meherpur District on the Norhthwest, Jhennaidah district on the South and Southeast, Nadia district of West Bengal of India on the southwest.
Annual Average Temperature of Chuadanga: Chuadanga annual average maximum temperature is 37.1°C and minimum temperature is 11.2°C. Annual rainfall 1467 mm. Chuadanga region is within the Gangetic delta.
Main Rivers of Chuadanga: Chuadanga main rivers are Mathabhanga river, Bhairab river, Kumar river, Chitra river and Nabaganga river.
Chuadanga Town: Chuadanga town stands on the bank of the Mathabhanga river. It consists of nine (9) wards and forty one (41) mahallas. It is a municipal town, though established in 1960, it started functioning in 1965. The town has an area of 36.12 km² (square kilometer). It has a population of 72081 persons.
Administration of Chuadanga: Administration of Chuadanga district was established in 1984. The district consists of four (4) municipalities, thirty six (36) wards, ninety three (93) mahallas, four (4) upazilas, thirty one (31) union parishads, four hundred twenty one (421) mouzas and five hundred fourteen (514) villages.
Area of Chuadanga: 1,157.42 km² (square kilometer).
Population of Chuadanga: 987,382 persons.
Density of Chuadanga: 853.1/ km² (per square kilometer).
Literacy Rate of Chuadanga: 25.2%
Name of the Chuadanga District’s Upazilas: Chuadanga Sadar Upazila, Alamdanga Upazila, Damurhuda Upazila, Jibannagar Upazila and Darsana Upazila.
Name of the Chuadanga District’s Municipalities: Chuadanga Sadar Municipalities, Alamdanga Municipalities, Damurhuda Municipalities and Jibannagar Municipalities.