Nilphamari District of Bangladesh.
Nilphamari district is located in Northern Bangladesh. It is a part of the Rangpur division. It is bounded by Coochbehar district of West Bengal (India) on the north, Rangpur district on the south, Lalmonirhat district on the east and Panchagarh and Dinajpur districts on the west.
Annual Average Temperature: Highest temperature 32.3°c and lowest 11.2°c, Annual rainfall 2,931 mm. Main rivers are Tista, Chamundeshwari, Chikni and Dhaigan.
Main Rivers: Nilphamari District’s have four (4) major rivers. They are Tista river, Chikni river, Dhaigan river, Jamuneshwari river.
Nilphamari District’s Town: Nilphamari Town consists of Nine (9) wards and Ten (10) mahallas. The area of the municipality is 19.53 square kilometers and its population of 39838.
Nilphamari District was established in 1984. It consists of three (3) municipalities, 33 wards, 65 mahallas, six (6) upazilas, 62 union parishads and 370 villages, 390 mouzas.
Area: 1,640.91 square kilometers (633.6/ square mile)
Density: 945 / square kilometers (2,447.6/ square mile)
Literacy rate: 25.35%
Name of the Nilphamari District’s Upazilas: Nilphamari sadar Upazila, Saidpur Upazila, Jaldhaka Upazila, Kishoreganj Upazila, Domar Upazila, Dimla Upazila.