Sylhet District of Bangladesh.
Sylhet district is bounded by the Khasi-jaintia hills of India on the north, maulvi Bazar district on the south, Cachar and Karimganj districts of India on the east, Sunamganj and Habiganj districts on the west.
Annual temperature of Sylhet district: Sylhet Annual Maximum temperature is 33.2⁰ c and minimum 13.6⁰ c; annual rainfall 3334 mm.
Main River: Sylhet District two main rivers. They are Surma and Kushiara.
Haor, Beel, Hill: Haors 82, Shigua Beel (12.65 sq km) and Chatla Beel (11.86 sq km) are notable; reserve forest 236.42 sq km. Parts of Khasi and Jainta hills are included in this district. Notable tilas and hills are Jaintapur (54m), Sary Tila (92 m). Lalkhan Tila (135 m), Dhaka Daksin Tila series (77.7 m).
Sylhet Town: Sylhet town consists of 27 wards and 210 mahallas. The area of the town is 10.49 sq km. It has a population of 285308.
Administration Sylhet district was established on 1878. Sylhet district consists of eleven (11) upazilas, two (2) municipalities, thirty seven (37) wards and two hundred thirty three (233) mahallas, ninety eight (98) unoin parishads, 1693 mouzas and 3249 villages.
Area of Sylhet: 3,490.40 km² (1,347.7 square mile)
Population of Sylhet : 2,675,346
Density of Sylhet: 766.5/km² (1,985.2/ square mile)
Literacy rate of Sylhet : 46%
Name of the Sylhet District’s Upazilas: Bbalaganj Upazila, Beanibazar Upazila, Bishwanath Upazila, Companiganj Upazila, Golapganj Upazila, Fenchuganj Upazila, Gowainghat Upazila, Jaintiapur Upazila, Kanaighat Upazila, South Surma Upazila, Sylhet Sadar Upazila, Zakiganj Upazila.