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Location in Bangladesh

Coordinates: 22°30.5′N 91°48.5′E / 22.5083°N 91.8083°E / 22.5083; 91.8083Coordinates: 22°30.5′N 91°48.5′E / 22.5083°N 91.8083°E / 22.5083; 91.8083

Country  Bangladesh
Division Chittagong Division
District Chittagong District
 • Total 251.28 km2 (97.02 sq mi)
Population (1991)
 • Total 321,004
 • Density 1,277/km2 (3,310/sq mi)
Time zone BST (UTC+6)
Website Official Map of Hathazari

Hathazari (Bengali: হাটহাজারী) is an Upazila of Chittagong District in the Division of Chittagong, Bangladesh.


Hathazari is located at 22°30′30″N 91°48′30″E / 22.5083°N 91.8083°E / 22.5083; 91.8083. It has 52,594 household units and total area of 251.28 km². The main river flowing on Hathazari Upazila is Halda. It is surrounded by Fatikchhari Upazila on the north, Panchlaish Thana and Chandgaon Thana on the south, Raozan upazila on the east, Sitakunda upazila on the west.


As of the 1991 Bangladesh census, Hathazari has a population of 321,004. Males constitute 51.62% of the population, and females 48.38%. This Upazila's eighteen up population is 157,524. Hathazari has an average literacy rate of 48.3% (7+ years), against the national average of 32.4%.[1]


Hathazari has 16 Unions/Wards, 54 Mauzas/Mahallas, and 56 villages.

Unions are Burirchar, Chhibatali, Chikandandi, South Madarsha, Dhalai, Fatehpur, Farhadabad, Garduara, Guman Mardan, Hathazari, Mekhal, Mirzapur, Nangolmora, Shikarpur, North Madarsha Now Garduara under Raozan Upazilla.

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See also

16 union


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