Netrakona District is situated in the northern part of Bangladesh. Near the Himalayan border. Historically Netrakona is the main center point of Mymensingh Githika as the view of Mahua Malua who lived there and created their performances. Netrokona Sadar Upazila has an area of 340.35 km² and it is surrounded by Durgapur and Kalmakanda upazilas on the north side, Kendua and Gauripur upazilas on the south side, Barhatta and Atpara upazilas on the east side, Purbadhala upazila on the west. There are four rivers in Netrokona. They are Kangsha, Dhala, Magra, and Teorkhali. Netrakona Sadar thana was established in 1836 and was turned into an upazila in 1983. The upazila consists of 13 union parishads, 306 mouzas and 344 villages.