Rangamati district of Bangladesh
Rangamatidistrict located in south-eastern of Bangladesh. It is a part of the Chittagong division and the Chittagong Hill Tracts. The town of Rangamati serves as the headquarters of the district. Area-wise, Rangamati is the largest district of the country.
Rangamati is bounded by the Indian State of Tripura on the north, Bandarban district on the south, Mizoram State of India and Chin State of Myanmar on the east, Chittagong and Khagrachari districts on the west.
Annual average temperature: Annual average temperature is maximum 34.6⁰ c, minimum 13.4⁰c; annual rainfall 3031 mm.Rivers are Karnaful, Thega,Horina, Kassalogn, Shublang, Chingri, Rainkhiang and kaptai.
Rangamati town a municipal town, consists of 9 wards and 35 mahallas. The area of the town is 64.75 sq km. The town has a population of 65294.
Rangamati district was established in 1983 . The district consists of 10 upazilas, 50 union Parishads, 162 mouzas, 1347 villages, one municipality, 9 wards and 35 mahallas.
Area: 2,361.5 sq mile (6,116.13 km² )
Density: 83/km² (215/sq mi)
Literacy rate: 36.5%
Name of the Rangamati Upazilas: Baghaichhari, Barkal, Kawkhali, Kaptai, Belaichhari, Juraichhari, Langadu, Nannerchar, Rajasthali Rangapani and Rangamati Sadar.