Natore District of Bangladesh.
Natore district is a distirct of Rajshahi division located in northern Bangladesh. It is bounded by Naogaon and Bogra districts on the north, Pabna and Kushtia districts on the south, Pabna and Sirajganj districts on the east, Rajshahi district on the west.
Plain land is the most part of Natore district. Chalan Beel, the largest beel in Bangladesh is in part of Natore.
Average annual temperature: Average annual maximum temperature is 37.8 c, minimum temperature is 11.2 c; annual rainfall 1862 mm.
Main Rivers:Natore district is consist of ten main rivers. Ten most noted of which are Atrai river, Baral river, Narod river, Nandakunja river, ChalaBee riverl is notable.
Natore Town: consists of 9 wards, 33 mahallas. Natore municipality was established in 1993. The area of town is 15.05 square kilometer. The town has a population of 72615.
Administration Natore district was established in 1984. It consists of 6 upazilas, 4 municipalities, 36 wards, 93 mahallas, 52 unions, 1272 mouzas and 1377 villages.
Area of Natore: Area is 1,896.05 square kilometer (732.1 square mile)
Population of Natore:population is 1,521,359.
Density of Natore: 802.4/ square kilometer (2,078.2/ square mile).
Literacy of Natore: Literacy is 27%.
Name of the Natore District’s Upazilas: Natore Sadar Upazilas, Nagatipara Upazilas, Lalpur Upazilas, Baraigram Upazilas, Singra Upazilas and Gurudaspur Upazilas.