Madhukhali Upazila

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Madhukhali is located in Bangladesh
Location in Bangladesh
Coordinates: 23°32.5′N 89°37.8′E / 23.5417°N 89.6300°E / 23.5417; 89.6300Coordinates: 23°32.5′N 89°37.8′E / 23.5417°N 89.6300°E / 23.5417; 89.6300
Country  Bangladesh
Division Dhaka Division
District Faridpur District
 • Total 230.2 km2 (88.9 sq mi)
Population (1991)
 • Total 165,438
 • Density 720/km2 (1,900/sq mi)
Time zone BST (UTC+6)
Website Official Map of Madhukhali

Madhukhali (Bengali: মধুখালী) is an Upazila of Faridpur District in the Division of Dhaka, Bangladesh.[1]


Old deul temple at Mothurapur

Madhukhali is located at 23°32′30″N 89°37′50″E / 23.5417°N 89.6306°E / 23.5417; 89.6306. It has 29,201 households and a total area of 230.2 km².


As of the 1991 Bangladesh census, Madhukhali had a population of 165,438. Males constituted 51.29% of the population, and females 48.71%. The population aged 18 or over was 83,075. Madhukhali has an average literacy rate of 32.5% (7+ years), compared to the national average of 32.4%.[2]

Interesting Place[edit]

Barrister Syed Kamrul Islam Mohommod Salehuddin House,Bonomalidia,Madhukhali(commonly known as Barrister Salehuddin),Born 02/09/1937,Member-British civil Service(UK),Queens councellor,of Inner Temple,Barrister-at-Law(1968),Language Variant ,Member of National Assembly-1970 Awami League,Member of Constituent Assembly Bangladesh 1972 Awami League,Member of Parliament Bangladesh,1st Jatio Sangshad-1973 Independent elected then join NAP(Bhasani)now Modhukhali-Boalmari-Alfadanga constituency, Freedom-fighter 1971, Founder- Bangladesh Justice Party 1981,Died in 24/05/1983,Burred at Banani Graveyard Dhaka.Native village Bonomalidia,Modhukhali,Faridpur [3]

Abdur Rahman Technical & Engineering College,

Mothurapur Dewol,

Niribili Picnic Corner,

Bagat Food Park,


Madhukhali has 9 Unions/Wards, 131 Mauzas/Mahallas, and 238 villages.

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Sirajul Ehsan (2012), "Madhukhali Upazila", in Sirajul Islam and Ahmed A. Jamal, Banglapedia: National Encyclopedia of Bangladesh (Second ed.), Asiatic Society of Bangladesh 
  2. ^ "Population Census Wing, BBS.". Archived from the original on 2005-03-27. Retrieved November 10, 2006. 
  3. ^ Mohammad Ali Bhukhari;Barrister Salehuddin send Sir Thomas Willium to Defend Bangabandhu,The Daily Amader Arthoniti,Dhaka:25 December 2015