Dinajpur District of Bangladesh.
Dinajpur district is located in northern of Bangladesh. Dinajpur district is a part of the Rangpur division. Dinajpur district is bounded by Thakurgaon and Panchagarh districts in the north, Gaibandha and Joypurhat districts in the south, Nilphamari and Rangpur districts in the east, the state of West Bangal, India in the west. The total area of the district is 3,437.98 square kilometers.
Annual average Temperature Highest temperature 33.5 °c and lowest temperature 10.5° c; Annual rainfall 2,536 mm.
Main rivers Dinajpur district’s main rivers are Dhepa, Punarbhaba, Atrai.
Dinajpur municipal town consists of 12 wards and 80 mahallas. The area of the municipality is 20.6 square kilometers and its population is 157343, mahallas 51.29%, female 48.71%. The literacy rate among the town people is 56.5%.
Dinajpur district was established in 1786. It consists of 6 municipalities, 57 wards 200 mahallas, 13 upazilas, 101 union parishads and 2142 villages.
Area: 3,437.98 square kilometers (1,327.4 square mile)
Density: 761.5 / square kilometers (1,972.2/ square mile)
Literacy rate: 27.4%
Name of the Dinajpur District’s Upazilas: Birganj Upazila, Birampur Upazila, Biral Upazila, Bochaganj Upazila, Chirirbandar Upazila, Phulbari Upazila, Ghoraghat Upazila, Hakimpur Upazila, Kaharole Upazila, Khansama Upazila, Dinajpur sadar Upazila, Nawabganj Upazila, Parbatipur Upazila.