Lalmonirhat District of Bangladesh.
Lalmonirhat district is a district, situated at the north side boarded of Bangladesh. It is a part of the Rangpur division. It is bounded by Cooch Behar and Jalpaiguri districts of the West Bengal (India) on the north, Rangpur district on the south, Kurigram district and Coochbehar district of West Bengal on the east, Nilphamari and Rangpur districts on the west. The district is striped shape.Main Rivers: Lalmonirhat district’s seven major rivers, most noted of which are Tista, Dharla and Saajan. The river Saajan originating from the Himalaya has strong current.
Lalmonirhat District’s Town: consists of nine (9) wards and 63 mahallas. The area of the municipality is 17.62 square kilometers and its population is 56672. It was established in 1973.
Lalmonirhat district was established in 1984. It consists of 2 municipalities, 18 wards, 85 mahallas, 5 upazilas, 41 union parishads and 484 villages, 425 mouzas, 33 enclaves.
Area: 1,241.46 square kilometers (479.3/ square mile)
Density: 877.1 / square kilometers (2,271.7/ square mile)
Literacy rate: 66.6%
Name of the Lalmonirhat District’s Upazilas: Lalmonirhat sadar Upazila, Aditmari Upazila, Kaliganj Upazila, Hatibandha Upazila and Patgram Upazila.