Rajasthali Upazila

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Rajasthali

রাজস্থলী
Rajasthali is located in Bangladesh
Rajasthali
Rajasthali
Location in Bangladesh
Coordinates: 22°23′N 92°14.5′E / 22.383°N 92.2417°E / 22.383; 92.2417Coordinates: 22°23′N 92°14.5′E / 22.383°N 92.2417°E / 22.383; 92.2417
Country Bangladesh
DivisionChittagong Division
DistrictRangamati District
Area
 • Total145.04 km2 (56.00 sq mi)
Population
 (1991)
 • Total17,198
 • Density120/km2 (310/sq mi)
Time zoneUTC+6 (BST)
Websitewww.rajasthali.rangamati.gov.bd

Rajasthali (Bengali: রাজস্থলী) is an Upazila of Rangamati District[1] in the Division of Chittagong, Bangladesh.

Geography[edit]

Rajasthali is located at 22°23′00″N 92°14′30″E / 22.3833°N 92.2417°E / 22.3833; 92.2417 . It has 3353 households and total area 145.04 km².

Demographics[edit]

As of the 1991 Bangladesh census, Rajasthali has a population of 17198. Males constitute 53.84% of the population, and females 46.16%. This Upazila's eighteen up population is 9278. Rajasthali has an average literacy rate of 25.7% (7+ years), and the national average of 32.4% literate.[2]

Administration[edit]

Rajasthali has 3 Unions, 3 Mauzas, 9 Wards and 89 villages.

Ghilachhari Union[edit]

  • Ghilachhari Mauza: Rajasthali Bazar, Headmanpara, Mohabbatpara, Doctorpara, Aungjain, Khagrachharipara, Mahajon, Mubachhari, Gilamukh, Jhorjhori, Bogachhori, Tabmuin, Shilchhari, Amtali, Noyapara, Naikyachhara, Bhatkhaiyapara, Magain, Purna Bashon, Shiman Para
  • Kaptai Mauza: Headmanpara, Narachhari, New Narachhari, Holudiya, Jouth Khamar Para, Mitingachhari, Jarulchhari, Chingkhang, Hatichhora, Tholipara, Kaptai Boro Para, Roboching, Bhutanpara, Angjain, Refugeepara, Dushoripara, Kishtopara, Bolipara
  • Kukyachhari Mauza: Little Kukyachhari, Talukdarpara, Shadhumapara, Noapara
  • Dhanuchhari Mauza: Kalaya Karbari, Dhanuchhari, Boro Kukyachhari, Kurbaanchhari, Madan Karbari, Moniong Karbari, Headmanpara

Gainda Union[edit]

  • Ward 1: Kechi Para, Baghchhara, Kamalchhari, Khiyang Roshe, Chingkhong Marma, Chingkhong Tanchangya
  • Ward 2: Chushak Para, Ghilamukh-Amtoli, New Chingkhong, Taitong-Jouth-Khamar
  • Ward 3: Taitongpara, West Taitong, Noyajhiri, Kutir Shilpo
  • Ward 4: Mrongowa Para, Poyaitu Para, Kyamrong Para, Mobboi Para, Mobboi Purna Bashon
  • Ward 5: Naramukh-Tanchangya, Naramukh-Marma, Aamchhara
  • Ward 6: Bimachhari, Chhaikhyangmukh, Aungrina, Haji Para, Aarachhari, Jimrong, Kaithak, Tongbongshe
  • Ward 7: Torgumukh, Balumura, Puwaitu, Paindong
  • Ward 8: Longgdu, Longdu Purna Bashon, Inimrong, Ogari
  • Ward 9: Gainda, Kroshagoi

Bangalhaliya Union[edit]

  • Headmanpara, Khyangdang, Chhagolkhaiya, Romtiya, Mrungdong, North Dakbangla
  • South Dakbangla, Bangalhaliya Bazar, Jouthkhamar, Dholiya, Muslim Dholiya
  • Kakrachhari, Naikyachhori, Agapara, Kudumchhora, Shafipur, Pathorbon, Islampur

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Gautam Chandra Modak (2012), "Rajasthali Upazila", in Sirajul Islam and Ahmed A. Jamal (ed.), Banglapedia: National Encyclopedia of Bangladesh (Second ed.), Asiatic Society of BangladeshCS1 maint: uses authors parameter (link)
  2. ^ "Population Census Wing, BBS". Archived from the original on 2005-03-27. Retrieved November 10, 2006.