Map of Dhaka Division

Map of Dhaka Division

Geographical Location of Bangladesh Map:

Map of Bangladesh

According to the map of Bangladesh, Bangladesh is located in the south-eastern part of Asia continent. The country extends from north latitude to ‘0034’ to ‘26038’ and eastwards 88001 ‘to 92041’. This country crosses the Corktree border in the middle and its climate is observed to have an equitable impact.

First Drawing of Bangladesh Map: 1779
Major James Renel draw the first map in 1779.
The first map was known as Bengal Atlas or Map of Bengal.
This time Bangladesh was included in British India.
Size: 151 thousand square miles.
Population: 75 million

Next edition: 1947
British India was divided.
Region Name: East Pakistan
Capital: Dhaka.
Size: 144,000 sq km (55,599 square miles).
Population: Approximate 16, 22, 221, 000
Density: 1,1266 / km2 (2917.7 / sq mi)
Shivnarayan Das is specially involved in this map with the birth map of Bangladesh in the world map.
Shivnarine Das is the first model of the map of Bangladesh. On June 7, 1970, he was sitting at the Sher-e-Bangla University of Engineering University, on a chest of the red circle in green with a match and yellow color.

Independent Bangladesh Map: July 20, 1971,
Photo of independent map was published on the first stamp in Bangladesh. It was the independent map of Bangladesh.
Size: 1,47,570 sq km
Population: 730 million

The present size of the Map of Bangladesh: 2, 46,037 sq km
28467 square km from India and 70,000 sq km from Myanmar, the size of the map of Bangladesh
Current population: 16 million 44 lakhs 25 thousand

Dhaka Division Map Details

Headquarter

Area (km2)

Population (1991 census)

Population (2001 census)

Population (2011 census)

Dhaka

31,051.39

3,26,65,975

3,90,88,716

4,67,29,000/4,74,24,418

About Dhaka Division:

map of Dhaka division

Dhaka district was created by the period of Subeder Islam khan Chisti in 1608.

Area: 1683.27 square kilometers.

Population(2011 census):1,25,17,361

Subdistricts:

  1. kisorgonj
  2. gazipur
  3. gopalgonj
  4. tangail
  5. dhaka
  6. norsindi
  7. naraongonj
  8. foridpur
  9. madaripur
  10. manikgonj
  11. munsigonj
  12. rajbari
  13. soriotpur

Kisorgonj District:

Kisorgong district declared in 1984.

Area: 2731.21 Square Kilometer

Population (2011 cencus): 2594954

Subdistricts:

  1. Ostograme
  2. Itna
  3. Katiyadi
  4. Karimgonj
  5. Kisorgonj sodor
  6. Kuliarchor
  7. Tarail
  8. Nikli
  9. Pakundia
  10. Bagitpur
  11. Voirob
  12. Mitamine
  13. Hosenpur

Gazipur District:

Gazipur district declared in 1984.

Area: 1770.54 Square Kilometer.

Population (2011 cencus):3548000

Subdistricts:

  1. Gazipur sodor
  2. Sripur
  3. Kapasiya
  4. Kaliakoiro
  5. Kaligonj

Gopalgonj District:

Gopalgonj district declared in 1984.

Area: 1468.74 kilometer2 (567.08 square miles)

Population (2011 cencus): 11, 72,415.

Subdistricts:

  1. Gopalgonj sodor
  2. Muksudpur
  3. Kashiani
  4. Kotalipara
  5. Tungipara

Tangail District:

Tangail district declared in1969.

Area: 3414.35 Square Kilometer.

Population (2011 cencus): 3800000.

Subdistricts:

  1. Tangail sodor
  2. Kalihati
  3. Ghatail
  4. Bashail
  5. Gopalpur
  6. Mirzapur
  7. Vunchapur
  8. Nagorpur
  9. Modhupur
  10. Sokhipur
  11. Delduar
  12. Dhonbari

Dhaka City

Dahka district declared in 1772.

Area: 1463.60 kilometer2 (565.10 square miles)

Population (2011 cencus): 1, 25,17,361.

Subdistricts:

  1. Ketoyali
  2. Keranigonj
  3. Dohar
  4. Nobabgonj
  5. Savar

Norsindi District:

Norsindi district declared in 1984.

Area: 1140.76  kilometer2 (440.45 square mile)

Population (2011 cencus): 22, 24,944.

Subdistricts:

  1. Norsindi sodor
  2. Polash
  3. Sibpur
  4. Monohordi
  5. Belab
  6. Raipur

Naraongonj District:

Naraongonj district declared in 15 February 1984.

Area: 683.14 kilometer2 (263.76 square miles)

Population (2011 cencus): 29, 48,217.

Subdistricts:

  1. Naraongonj sodor
  2. Bondor
  3. Ayraihajar
  4. Rupgonj
  5. Sonargao

Foridpur District:

Foridpur district declared in 1815.

Area: 2072.72 kilometer2 (800.28 square miles)

Population (2011 cencus): 17,42,720.

 Subdistricts:

  1. Foridpur sodor
  2. Boyalmari
  3. Alfadanga
  4. Modhukhali
  5. Vanga
  6. Nagorkanda
  7. Chorvodrason
  8. Sodorpur
  9. Saltha

Madaripur District:

Madaripur district declared in 1 March 1984.

Area: 1144.96 kilometer2 (442.07 square miles)

Population (2011 cencus): 12, 12,198.

Subdistricts:

  1. Madaripur sodor
  2. Sibchor
  3. Kalkini
  4. Rajoir
  5. Dasar(Thana)

Manikgonj District:

Manikgonj district declared in 1 March 1984.

Area: 1378.99 kilometer2 (532.43 square miles)

Population (2011 cencus): 13, 92,867.

Subdistricts:

  1. Ghior
  2. Daolotpur
  3. Manikgonj
  4. Shibaloi
  5. Shatoria
  6. Singair
  7. Horirampur

Munshigonj District:

Munshigonj district declared in 1 March 1984.

Area: 954.96 kilometer2 (368.71 square miles)

Population (2011 cencus): 15, 02,449.

Subdistricts:

  1. Munshigonj sodor
  2. Tongibari
  3. Srinagor
  4. Lohojong
  5. Gojariya
  6. Sirajdikhan

Rajbari District:

Rajbari district declared in 1 March 1984.

Area: 1118.80  kilometer2 (431.97 square mile)

Population (2011 cencus): 10, 15,519.

Subdistricts:

  1. Rajbari sodor
  2. Goalondo
  3. Pangsha
  4. Baliakandi
  5. Kalukhali

Soriotpur District:

Soriotpur district declared in 1984.

Area: 1363.76 kilometer2 (526.55 square miles)

Population (2011 cencus): 11, 55,824.

Subdistricts:

  1. Jajira
  2. Soriotpur sodor
  3. Gosairhat
  4. Damunda
  5. Vedorgonj
  6. Noriya

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