Chauddagram Upazila is an Upazila of Comilla District in Chittagong Division, Bangladesh. It is located at 23.2167° North 91.3167° East. It is bounded by Comilla sadar on the north, Feni sadar and Daganbhuiyan on the south, Tripura on the east, Nangalkot and Laksham on the west. History tells us that Agartala king Birendra Bikrom Kishore Manikko Bahadur was very fond of this place. At that time, he united 14 villages to get benefit in administrative works. Then, it was named as Chauddagram after this historical event.
Total Area: 271.70 sq. km
Population (around): 430,000
Population Density: 1421 per sq. km
Total Unions: 13
Total Mouzas: 398
Government Hospital: 1
Rivers: Dakatia and Kakari
Hat Bazaar: 40 (Miabazar, Gunabati Bazar, Chauddagram Bazar, and Munshir Hat)
Literacy rate: 33%
Core Crops: Paddy, wheat, potato, mustard seed, and vegetables.
Interesting Places: Bardhan Mura, Jagannath Dighi and Suamar Dighi.