Abhaynagar Upazila (jessore district) with an area of 247.19 sq km is bounded by jessore sadar upazila on the north, dumuria, khan jahan ali, dighalia and phultala upazilas on the south, narail sadar and kalia upazilas on the east and Jessore Sadar and manirampur upazilas on the west. Main river is bhairab; tank 7; baor 6. Singra, beel dakatia and Kurakhali beel are notable. Continue reading
Sharsha is located at . It has 46084 units of house hold and total area 336.34 km². Continue reading
Chowgacha () is an Upazila of Jessore District in the Division of Khulna, Bangladesh.
Chowgacha is located at . It has 33765 units of house hold and total area 268.89 km². Continue reading
Keshabpur () is an Upazila of Jessore District in the Division of Khulna, Bangladesh.
Keshabpur is located at . It has 37513 units of house hold and total area 258.53 km². The distance from Jessore City is 32 km. Continue reading
Bagherpara () is an Upazila of Jessore District in the Division of Khulna, Bangladesh.
Bagherpara is located at . It has 28677 units of house hold and total area 270.94 km². Continue reading
Jhikargachha () is an Upazila of Jessore District in the Division of Khulna, Bangladesh. Jhikargachha Upazila (jessore district) with an area of 307.28 sq km, is bounded by Chaugachha Upazila on the north, Kalaroa Upazila on the south, Jessore sadar and Manirampur Upazilas on the east, Sharsha upazila on the west. Main rivers are Kapotakkho,Betna. Jhikargachha (Town) stands on the bank of the Kapotakkho, consists of 9 wards and 14 mahallas. The Jhikargachha Municipality was established in 1988. The area of the town is 16.34 sq. km. The town has a population of 27823; male 50.88%, female 49.12%. Literacy rate among the town people is 48.3%. The town has one Government rest house. Continue reading
Jessore /Jashahor is a southwestern district of Bangladesh within the Khulna Division. The district produces a variety of crops year-round and also famous for patali. Date-sugar called patali is made from the sap of locally grown date trees that is cooked, thickened and crystallised are very delicious. Patali is mainly produced in Khajura and also in many such trees in the Keshabpur and Monirampur areas. Jessore district has eight upazilas. They are Abhaynagar, Bagherpara, Chowgacha, Jessore-Sadar, Jhikargacha, Keshobpur, Monirampur and Sharsha. Continue reading
Jessore Sadar is a very beautiful Thana of Jessore District. Everyone loves his/her native villages. You also love your motherland very much. If Jessore Sadar is your upazilla you may post your village name on comments and express your emotions about your thana and village. We wish your thana Jessore Sadar will be best upazilla in Bangladesh. You may also post the remarkable area of your village so that we can list your area as tourist places of bangladesh and we will take some nice pictures of that places. Continue reading
Jessore District (Khulna division) with an area of 2578.20 sq km, is bounded by jhenaidaha and magura districts on the north, satkhira and khulna districts on the south, Narail and Khulna districts on the east, West Bengal of India on the west. Annual average temperature: maximum 37.1°C, minimum 11.2°C; annual rain fall 1537 mm. Noted rivers are bhairab and Mukteshwari; beel 3. Continue reading