Bogra Dinajpur Gaibandha Jaipurhat Kurigram Lalmonirhat Naogaon Natore Nawabganj Nilphamari Pabna Panchagarh Rajshahi Rangpur Sirajganj Thakurgaon
Nilphamari District ( rajshahi division) with an area of 1640.91 sq km, is bounded by Kuchbihar district of west bengal (India) on the north, rangpur district on the south, lalmonirhat district on the east and panchagarh and dinajpur districts on the west. Annual temperature: maximum 32.3°C, minimum 11.2°C; annual rainfall 2931mm. Main rivers are Tista, Jamuneshwari, Chikni and Dhaigan.
Nilphamari (Town) consists of 9 wards and 10 mahallas. The area of the town is 19.53 sq km. It has a population of 39838; male 51.33%, female 48.67%. The density of population is 2040 per sq km. Literacy rate among the town people is 48.2%.
Administration The Nilphamari subdivision was established in 1875 and was turned into a district in 1984. The district consists of 6 upazilas, 3 municipalities, 33 wards, 65 mahallas, 62 union parishads, 390 mouzas and 370 villages. The upazilas are dimla , domar , jaldhaka , kishoreganj , nilphamari sadar and saidpur .
Archaeological heritage and relics
Birat Dighi (present name Nilsagar), Neel
Kuthi (Nilphamari Sadar Upazila), Nat Settlement
(prison, 1871), Saidpur Church (1893), Dimla
Rajbari, Garh (Fort) of Raja Dharmapal and
the remnants of his palace (eighteenth century,
Jaldhaka), remnants of the palace of Raja
Harish Chandra (Ninth century, Jaldhaka upazila),
three domed Jami Mosque at Bherberi (eighteenth
century, Kishoreganj upazila).