Magura District of Bangladesh.
Magura district is located on South Western Bangladesh. It is a part of the Khulna division. It is bounded by Rajbari district on the north, Jessore district and Narail district on the south, Faridpur district on the east and Jhenaidah district on the west.
Annual Average Temperature of Magura: Magura annual average maximum temperature is 37.1°C and minimum temperature is 11.2°C. Annual rainfall is 1467 mm.
Main Rivers of Magura: Magura main rivers are Gorai river, Madhumati river, Naba ganga river and Fatki river. Ramsagar and Bural Baor are notable.
Magura Town: Magura district town consists of eighteen (18) wards and sixty one (61) mahallas. The area of the town is 22.95 km² (square kilometer). Magura has a population of 85216 persons.
Administration of Magura: Administration of Magura district was established in 1984. The district consists of four (4) upazilas, one (1) municipality, eighteen (18) wards, sixty one (61) mahallas, thirty six (36) mouzas and seven hundred (700) villages.
Area of Magura: 1,048.0 km² (square kilometer).
Population of Magura: 8,11,160 persons.
Density of Magura: 774/ km² (per square kilometer).
Literacy Rate of Magura: 28.5%
Name of the Magura Districts Upazilas: Magura sadar upazila, Mohammadpur upazila, Shalikha upazila, Sreepur upazila.
Name of the Magura Districts Municipality: Magura Sadar municipality.