Kurigram District of Bangladesh.
Kurigram district is located in north-eastern Bangladesh. It is under the division of Rangpur. It is bounded by Cooch Bihar district of West Bengal on the north, Gaibandha district on the south, Asam Provice of India on the east, West Bengal of India and Rangpur and Lalmonirhat districts on the west.
Annual Average Temperature: Highest temperature 32.3 °c and lowest temperature 11.2 °c, Annual rainfall 2,931 mm.
Main rivers Kurigram District’s Main rivers are Brahmaputra, Dharal, Tista, Dudh Kumar, Phulkuwar, Sonaburi, Jiniram , Gangadhar, Halhali and Jalchira.
Kurigram District’s Town consists of 9 wards and 107 mahallas. The area of the municipality is 16.17 square kilometers and the population is 66438.
Kurigram district was established in 1984. It consists of 2 municipalities, 18 wards, 122 mahallas, 9 upazilas, 73 union parishads and 1907 villages, 647 mouzas, 14 enclaves.
Area: 2,296 square kilometers (886.5 square mile).
Density: 776.3/ square kilometers (2,010.5/ square mile).
Literacy rate: 22.3%
Name of the Kurigram District’s Upazilas: Kurigram sadar Upazila, Nageshwari Upazila, Bhurungamari Upazila, Phulbari Upazila, Rajarhat Upazila, Ulipur Upazila, Chilmari Upazila, Rowmari Upazila, Char Rajibpur Upazila.