Adamdighi Upazila (Bogra district) with an area 168.84 sq km is surrounded by Akkelpur and Dupchachia upazilas on the north, Raninagar on the south, Kahaloo and Nandigram upazilas on the east, and Naogaon Sadar upazila on the west.
Main riveris Iramati and Nadar. Raktadaha Beel are notable.
Adamdighi (Town) consists of 4 mouzas. It has an area of 4.17 sq km; population 5404; male 54.57%, female 45.43%; density of population is 1296 per sq km. Literacy rate 43.7%.
Administration Adamdighi thana, now an upazila, was established in 1821. The upazila consists of nine union parishads, 133 mouzas and 179 villages.
Archaeological heritage Kaboi Rajbari (palace), Kalachand Temple. Marks of War of Liberation Memorial monument at Shmashan Ghat.
Religious institutions Mosque 284, temple 15, church 1, tomb 2.
Population 170326; male 51.63%, female 48.37%. Muslim 89.86%, Hindu 9.70%, Christian 0.15%, Buddhist 0.12%, others 0.17%; ethnic nationals Santal.
Literacy and educational institutions Average literacy 34.4%; male 42.2%, female 26.0%.
Educational institutions: college (government) 1, college (non-government) 4, secondary school (government) 1, secondary school (non-government) 21, primary school (government) 67, primary school (non-government) 21, madrasa 10, technical education institution 1. Adamdighi High School (1918) is a renowned educational institute. Culture club 10, cinema hall 3, press club 2.
Main occupations Agriculture44.24%, agricultural labourer 16.21%, wage labourer 2.33%, commerce 15.78%, service 8.43%, transport 2.11%, industries 2.03%, others 8.87%.
Land use Single crop 31.11%, double crops 65.34%, treble crops 3.55%.
Land control Among the peasants 24.80% are landless, 54.97% small, 17.52% intermediate and 2.71% rich.
Value of land Market value of first grade arable land is approximately Tk 5000 per 0.01 hectare.
Main crops paddy, potato, mustard seed. Extinct and nearly extinct crops Aush rice, wheat.
Main fruits Jack-fruit, mango, papaya.
Fisheries, dairies, poultries Hatchery 12, dairy 75, poultry 33.
Communication Roads: pucca 52 km, mud road 170 km; waterways (rainy season) 10 km; railway junction 1 (Santahar); damn 10 km.
Traditional transport Palanquin (extinct), bullock cart (nearly extinct).
Manufactories Rice mill 296, flour mill 3, ice factory 12, soap factory 1.
Cottage industries weaving 459, goldsmith 29, blacksmith 79, potteries 208.
Hats, bazars and fairs Total number of hats and bazars are 20, fair 5 most noted of which are Santahar Radhakanta Hat, Shanoyal Hat, Adamdighi Hat, Sonaray Mela and Panna Mela.
Main exports paddy, potato, bed-sheet, Kantha, mat. NGO activities BRAC,ITCL,Grameen Bank,TMSS.
Health centres Upazila health centre 1, Railway hospital 1, Union health centre 9.