Location of Rajbari in Bangladesh
|• Total||1,118.8 km2 (432.0 sq mi)|
|Population (2011 census)|
|• Density||940/km2 (2,400/sq mi)|
|Time zone||BST (UTC+6)|
Rajbari (Bengali: রাজবাড়ি জেলা, Rajbari Jela also Rajbari Zila) is a district in central Bangladesh. It is a part of the Dhaka Division. It was named by the renowned ruler Raja Surjo Kumar Guha Roy. He established his palace or rajbari in this district. It was a part of Faridpur district before. Later on, it was separated from Faridpur and rose as Rajbari.
Administrator of Zila Porishod: Akbar Ali Morji
Deputy Commissioner (DC): Md. Rafiqul Islam Khan
Rajbari is a district of Bangladesh. At first it was declared as a district in 1975 on 14 August and Md Wajed Ali Chowdhury nominated as a Governor of the District Council. It is under Dhaka division. It was named by the renowned ruler Raja Surjo Kumar Guha Roy.It was a part of Faridpur District before. Later on, it was separated from Faridpur and rose as Rajbari. It has produced famous personalities such as Maulvi Tamizuddin Khan (the speaker of Pakistan's Constituent Assembly), Yakub Ali Chowdhury, eminent Bangladeshi cartoonist Rokonuzaman Khan Dadabhai, and scientist Kazi Motahar Hossain. 
The famous writer Mir Mosharraf Hossain lived at Podamdi, near Village of Kurshi in Baliakandi upzilla. Podamdi and Kurshi are also a remarkable place for Nawaabs (A Nawab or Nawaab (Urdu: نواب, Hindi: नवाब) was originally the subedar (provincial governor) or viceroy of a subah (province) or region of the Mughal empire. It became a high title for Muslim nobles). Rajbari is a district of natural beauty. Famous dighi (a kind of water body) 'Kallyan Dighi'situated in baliakandi of Islampur union. Rajbari is situated by the bank of Padma River.
Geography and climate
Annual average temperature of this district is maximum 35.8 °C and minimum 12.6 °C. Annual rainfall is 2105 mm.
- The mango or aam (Mangifera indica);
- The guava or peyara (Psidium);
- The jamun or kalojam (Syzygium cumini);
- The custard-apple or aata (Annona reticulata);
- The tamarind or tetul (Tamarindus indica);
- The pomelo or batabi nebu (Citrus grandis);
- The jackfruit or kathal (Artocarpus heterophyllus);
- The papaya or pn~epe (Carica papaya);
- The pineapple or anaras (Ananas comosus);
- The badam (Terminalia catappa);
- The banana or kawla (Musa pradisiaca);
- The coconut or narkol (Cocos nucifera);
- The lichi or lichu (Litchi chinensis);
- The pomgranate or dalim/bedana (Punica granatum);
- The date or khn~ejur (Phoenix sylvestris);
- The fig or dumur (Ficus hispida);
- The haritaki (Terminalia chebula);
- The palm or tal (Borssus flabel lifer);
There are 5 upazilas in this district. They are:
The district of Rajbari has 596 mosques, 270 temples and 2 churches.
- Prothom Alo (National)
- The Daily Kaler kantho (National)
- The Daily Samakal (National)
- The Daily Janakhanta (National)
- The Daily Jugantar (National)
- The Daily Amar Desh (National)
- The Daily Naya Diganta(National)
- Md. Shariful Islam (2012). "Rajbari District". In Sirajul Islam and Ahmed A. Jamal. Banglapedia: National Encyclopedia of Bangladesh (Second ed.). Asiatic Society of Bangladesh.
- AL men appointed administrators
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- "Welcome to Rajbari District". Retrieved 7 January 2013.
- "Rajbari District Information". Retrieved 6 January 2013.
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