Rajbari District

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Rajbari District

রাজবাড়ি জেলা
Location of Rajbari District in Bangladesh
Location of Rajbari District in Bangladesh
Coordinates: 23°42′N 89°30′E / 23.70°N 89.50°E / 23.70; 89.50Coordinates: 23°42′N 89°30′E / 23.70°N 89.50°E / 23.70; 89.50
Country Bangladesh
DivisionDhaka Division
Government
 • Member of Parliament (Rajbari - 1)Kazi Keramat Ali (Bangladesh Awami League)
 • Member of parliament (Rajbari - 2)Zillu Hakim
Area
 • Total1,118.8 km2 (432.0 sq mi)
Population
(2011 census)
 • Total1,049,778
 • Density940/km2 (2,400/sq mi)
Literacy rate
 • Total39.81%[1]
Time zoneUTC+6 (BST)
Postal code
7700
Websitewww.rajbari.gov.bd

Rajbari (Bengali: রাজবাড়ি জেলা, Rajbari Jela also Rajbari Zila) is a district in central Bangladesh.[1][2] 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.

Administration[edit]

Upazilas[edit]

There are 5 upazilas in this district.[2] They are:

  1. Baliakandi Upazila
  2. Goalandaghat Upazila
  3. Pangsha Upazila
  4. Kalukhali Upazila
  5. Rajbari Sadar Rajbari

Schools & Colleges[edit]

  • [5] Rajbari Government Colleg, Rajbari
  • Rajbari Government Adarsha Mohila College
  • Rajbari Zilla School( previous name was Goalondo High School)
  • Zilla Girls School
  • Kola Sadar Uddin High School was established by Sadar Uddin Mallik
  • Atdapunia High School
  • Mulghor High School
  • Dr. Abul Hossain University College
  • Suraj Mohini Institute & Tamijuddin Girls High School was established by Moulovi Tamijuddin

There are so many Institute which are popularly known by the People.

Geography and climate[edit]

Annual average temperature of this district is maximum 35.8 °C and minimum 12.6 °C. Annual rainfall is 2105 mm.

Major rivers[edit]

Notable people[edit]

Notable people from Rajbari district are following:

Places of interest[edit]

Podamdi and Kurshi are also known for Nawaabs which was originally the subedar (provincial governor) or viceroy of a subah (province) or region of the Mughal empire.[clarification needed] It became a high title for Muslim nobles.

Dighi (a kind of water body) in Rajbari include Kallyan Dighi, situated in Baliakandi of Islampur union. Rajbari is situated by the bank of Padma River.

'Godar Bazar' bank of Padma River near at Rajbari town.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Md. Shariful Islam (2012). "Rajbari District". In Sirajul Islam and Ahmed A. Jamal. Banglapedia: National Encyclopedia of Bangladesh (Second ed.). Asiatic Society of Bangladesh.
  2. ^ a b "Rajbari District Information". Retrieved 6 January 2013.
  3. ^ AL men appointed administrators
  4. ^ Rajbari district information
  5. ^ Rajbari dristict information

See also[edit]