Jessore District of Bangladesh.
Jessore district is located in the Khulna division of southwestern Bangladesh. It is bounded by Jhenaidaha district and Magura district on the north, Satkhira district and Khulna district on the south, Narail district and Khulna district on the east and West Bengal of India on the West.
Major Rivers of Jessore: Jessore main rivers that flow through this region are the Bhairab River and Kapotakhho River.
Annual Average Temperature of Jessore: Jessore annual average maximum temperature is 37.1°C and minimum temperature is 11.2°C. Annual rainfall 1537 mm.
Jessore Town: Jessore town which stands on the Bhairab, consists of nine (9) wards and seventy three (73) mahallas. Jessore municipality was established in 1864. The area of the town is 25.72 square kilometer. The town has population 1,178,273 persons.
Administration of Jessore: Administration Jessore district was established in 1781. It consists of four (4) municipalities, thirty six (36) wards, eight (8) Upazillas, ninty two (92) unions parishads, one thousand three hundred twenty nine (1329) mouzas, one thousands four handred thirty four (1434) villages, and one hundred twenty (120) mahallas
.Area of Jessore: 2,578.20 km² (square kilometer).
Population of Jessore: 2,440,693 persons.
Density of Jessore: 946.7/ km² (per square kilometer).
Literacy Rate of jessore: 33.4%
Name of the Jessore District’s Upazilas: jessore Sadar Upazila, Abhaynagar Upazila, Bagherpara Upazila, Chaugachha Upazila, Jhikargacha Upazila, keshabpur upazila, Sharsha upazila, manirampur upazila.