Small Area Atlas of Bangladesh showing location of mauzas and mahallahs of rural and urban areas is the outcome of the Nationwide Geocoding system developed by the Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics. The Atlas is published in 75 volumes one for each of the zilas and city corporations. To make it user friendly, the atlascontains2 guide maps viz: one national map and one district. Maps at the beginning...
Series: Small Area Atlas of Bangladesh
Publisher: Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics; 1st edition (2015)
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n of the various terms used in the atlas and a description of the Geocode system have been provided in the Atlas. Each volume of the Atlas will contain the maps of all Mauzas in the zila arranged by Upazilas and Unions so that the mauzas can be compared among each other in terms of their physical size, Moreover, corresponding tables of selected statistical information relating to Household, population size and Area for each mauza arranged again by unions and upazilas have also been included. For easy linkage, the related tables have been placed opposite to the maps. The household and population figures related to 20ll Population and Housing Census and mauza or mahallah areas have been given on the basis of the latest estimates. In some cases mauza area need to be estimated directly from maps with the help of GIS technology. In addition to mauzas, the Atlas provides separate maps for each of the paurashava located in the zila. The paurashava maps show the boundaries of the paurashava and location of wards and mahallahs within each paurashava. Thus, by totaling the mauza and paurashava areas, it is possible to arrive at the total area of the zila and hence the total area of Bangladesh.