Panchagarh District of Bangladesh.
Panchagarh district is located in Northern of Bangladesh. It is a part of the Rangpur division. It is bounded on three sides by 288 kilometer long Indian border, having Darjeeling district on the north, Jalpaiguri and Cooch Behar districts on the north-east, West Dinajpur and Purnea district on the west, Dinajpur and thakurgaon districts on the south, Nilphamari district on the east.
Annual Temperature: Annual average highest temperature 30,2°c and lowest temperature 10.1°c ; annual rainfall 2,931 mm.
Main rivers: Panchagarh District’s main rivers are Tista, Karatoya, Atrai, Mahananda, Tangon, Dahuk, Pathraj, Bhulli, Yalma, Nagar, Chawai, Kurum, Versa, Tournoi, Chilka.
Panchagarh District Town: Panchagarh town consists of nine (9) wards and thirty two (32) mahallas. The area of the municipality is 11.36 square kilometer and its population of 38550. It was established in 1985.
Panchagarh district was established in 1984. It consists of 1 municipalities, nine (9) wards, thirty two (32) mahallas, five (5) upazilas,fourty three ( 43) union parishads and eight hundred and fifty (850) villages.
Area: 1,404.63 square kilometers (542.3 square mile)
Density: 590.5/ square kilometers (1,529.3/ square mile)
Literacy rate: 30.6%
Name of the Panchagarh District’s Upazilas: Panchagarh sadar Upazila, Boda Upazila, Atwari Upazila, Debiganj Upazila, Tetulia Upazila.