Gaibandha District of Bangladesh.
Gaibandha district is situated in Northern Bangladesh. It is a part of the Rangpur Division. It is bounded by Kurigram and Rangpur districts on the north, Bogra district on the south, Jamalpur and Kurigram districts and Brahmaputra river on the east, Dinajpur and Rangpur districts on the west.
Annual average temperature: Gaibandha district’s Annual average temperature maximum is 33.5⁰ c, minimum temperature is 10.5⁰ c. Annual rainfall 2536 mm. Main rivers are Ghaghat, Karatoya, Bangali and Tista.
Gaibandha Town consists of 9 wards and 34 mahallas. The area of the town is 17.63 square kilometers. It has a population of 58362.
Main rivers of Gaibandha: Gaibandha have many rivers. Main rivers are Ghaghat river, Karatoya river, Bangali river and Tista river.
Gaibandha district was established in 1984. The district consists of 7 upazilas, 3 municipalities, 27 wards, 82 union parishads, 1101 mouzas, 56 mahallas and 1244 villages.
Area of Gaibandha: Gaibandha area is 2,179.27 square kilometers (841.4 square mile)
Population of Gaibandha: Gaibandha population are 2,117,959.
Density of Gaibandha: Density of Gaibandha is 971.9/ square kilometers (2,517.1/square mile)
Literacy rate of Gaibandha: Literacy rate of Gaibandha is 24.3%.
Name of the Gaibandha district’s Upazilas: Name of the Gaibandha district’s Upazilas – Fulchhari Upazilas, Gaibandha Sadar Upazilas, Gobindaganj Upazilas, Palashbari Upazilas, Sadullapur Upazilas, Saghata Upazilas, and Sundarganj Upazilas.