Kushtia District of Bangladesh
Kushtia district is a district in the Khulna administrative division of western Bangladesh. Kushtia is bounded by Rajshahi district, Natore district, Pabna district to the north, by Chuadanga district, Jhenaidah district to the south, by Rajbari district to the east, by West Bengal district and Meherpur district to the west.
Main rivers of Kushtia: Kushtia main rivers are Ganges river, Garai river, Mathabhanga river, Kaliganga river and Kumar river.
Annual Average Temperature of Kushtia: Kushtia annual average maximum temperature is 37.8°C and minimum temperature is 11.2°C. Kushtia annual rainfall is 1467 mm.
Kushtia Town: Kushtia municipal town consists of twelve (12) wards and twenty nine (29) mahallas. The area of the town is 13.31 km² (square kilometer). Kushtia town has a population of 86066 persons.
Administration Kushtia: Administration Kushtia district was established in 1947. Kushtia district consists of six (6) upazilas, four (4) municipalities, thirty nine (39) wards, seventy (70) mahallas, sixty one (61) union parishads, seven hundred ten (710) mouzas and nine hundred seventy eight (978) villages.
Area of Kushtia: 1,621.15 km² (square kilometer).
Population of Kushtia: 1,713,224 persons.
Density of Kushtia: 1056.8/ km² (per square kilometer).
Literacy Rate of Kushtia: 25.8%
Name of the Kushtia District’s Upazilas: Kushtia Sadar upazila, Kumarkhali upazila, Daulatpur upazila, Mirpur upazila, Bheramara upazila and Khoksa upazila.