Rajshahi division, the prestigious division renowned for spreading the light of education in the ancient period, has been doing exceedingly well with 18,175 square kilometers and a population of 18,484,858 while the male-female ratio stands chronologically 51.53%: 48.47%. (according to both Bangladesh population census 2011 and District census 2011).
Rajshahi division possesses eight districts (the divisional district) with the country’s highest literacy rate (99.50%-2011) and seventy sub-districts. The core town of the division was established in the eighteenth century. Then the core town was ameliorated to a city corporation in 1991. After many incidents and consequences, the greater Rajshahi division fall prey to segregation and got split into two. The particular segregation event created a new division ( a new administrative territory) on 25 January 1910.
Rajshahi division geographically is positioned at in between 23º48’ and 25º16’ north latitudes and in between 88º01’ and 89º48’ east longitudes and shares a border with the provincial state West Bengal of India and hedged by Dinajpur and Gaibandha district of Rangpur division on the north, by Rajbari and Kushtia districts on the
south, by Jamalpur, Tangail, and Manikganj district on the east and the west by the West Bengal of India.
Rajshahi division recently managed to stand first in the fresh air index and received the status of the territory with the cleanest air. Naogaon, one of the districts under the administrative Rajshahi division, is called the storehouse of food (Bangladesh).
Rajshahi division is exceptionally enriched with two major rivers (of the whole Bangladesh) Padma and Jamuna flowing through its chest and numerous historical landmarks, tourist places, and magical, incredible architectural beauties. Notable entities incorporate Sompur Bihar (a gargantuan monastery of Buddhist people), Borendro- Barendra research museum (A museum promoting the history of ancient Bengal), Mahasthangarh ( archaeological asset of Bangladesh), Puthia temple complex (houses of the erstwhile landlords), Bagha mosque, Lokma Rajbari of Joypurhat, Nator Uttara Ganabhaban (The palace of the queen of Dighapatia), Chalan bill (the largest swamp valley of the country) and many more.
Still, the primary source of income of the division is agriculture.