Location of Netrokona in Bangladesh
|• Total||2,794.28 km2 (1,078.88 sq mi)|
|Population (2011 census)|
|• Density||800/km2 (2,100/sq mi)|
|Time zone||BST (UTC+6)|
Netrakona is situated in the northern part of Bangladesh, near the Meghalayan border. There are four main rivers in Netrakona: Kangsha, Dhala, Magra, and Teorkhali.
Netrakona Pouroshabha (Town of Netrakona) is a municipal town, established in 1887 and with an area of 13.63 km².
Netrokona district is divided into ten upazillas.
- Atpara Upazila
- Barhatta Upazila
- Durgapur Upazila
- Khaliajuri Upazila
- Kalmakanda Upazila
- Kendua Upazila
- Madan Upazila
- Mohanganj Upazila
- Netrokona Sadar Upazila
- Purbadhala Upazila
The economy of Netrakona is largely agrarian. Susang Durgapur, an Upazila of Netrakona, is one of the major sources of country's China-Clay used for ceramic products. Its vast water bodies (Hawor) provides wide varieties of fishes. Bara Bazar is commerce centre of Netrakona.
- Birishiri: This is one of the beautiful places of Bangladesh. There is a hill of white clay.
- Hawor : Hawor is a large area of water spaces.
- Madanpur Mazar (Shah Sultan Rumi): It is situated 8 km south to the Netrakona Town.
- Ranikong Mission
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The district of Netrakona consists 3146 mosques, 958 temples, 83 churches and eight Buddhist temples.
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