Kasalia

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Kasalia
Village
Kasalia is located in Bangladesh
Kasalia
Kasalia
Location in Bangladesh
Coordinates: 23°15′N 89°55′E / 23.250°N 89.917°E / 23.250; 89.917
Country  Bangladesh
Division Dhaka Division
District Gopalganj District
Upazila Muksudpur Upazila
Area
 • Total 4 km2 (2 sq mi)
Population
 • Total 4,500
 • Density 1,100/km2 (2,900/sq mi)
Time zone Bangladesh Time (UTC+6)

Kasalia is a village in Gopalganj District, Bangladesh, part of Muksudpur Upazila. The village covers an area of 4 km2, and is bordered by the villages of Nanikhir, Gunohar, Nawkhanda and Mosna, Goinary. Pathorghata's main canal is the Hatashe Channel and flow up to Kasalia . The Bil Rout Canal at Jalirpar joins with the Hatashe Canal to the river Padma

Kasalia also is a Union Parishad under was established in 1634 consist of eight number of villages. The village consists of three wards and few mahallas. The village has a high school, a primary school, seven mosques, a government hospital, and few community schools.

Non-governmental organizations operating in Pathorghata include BDAO (the Bangladesh Development Acceleration Organisation), BRAC, CCDB, ASA, World Vision, and HCCB.

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Coordinates: 23°15′N 89°55′E / 23.250°N 89.917°E / 23.250; 89.917