Location: Nabinagar Upazila (Brahmanbaria district) is surrounded by Brahmanbaria and Raipura upazilas on the north, Muradnagar upazila on the south, Kasba and Brahmanbaria Sadar upazilas on the east, Banchharampur and Raipura upazilas on the west. 

Area: 353.66 sq km

Rivers & Beels: Main rivers are Meghna, Pagla and Buri; Bagdahar Beel is noted.

Nabinagar Town: It consists of 9 wards and 18 mahallas. The area of the town is 8.28 sq km. It has a population of 40777; male 49.81%, female 50.19%; population density per sq km 4925. Literacy rate among the town people is 45.9%. 

Administration: Nabinagar thana was turned into an upazila in 1983. The upazila consists of 19 union parishads, 155 mouzas and 198 villages.

Archaeological Heritage and Relics Nabinagar Math, abandoned Zamindar Bari and Kameni Bala Debi Ananda Ashram. 

Population: 378539; male 50.56%, female 49.44%; Muslim 90.52%, Hindu 9.27% and others 0.21%. 

Religious institutions: Mosque 500, temple 30, Sarva Dharma Mission 2, most noted of which are Registry Office Jami Mosque, Shah Saheb Bari Mosque, Shree Shree Kalibari Mandir, Shree Shree Harisabha Mandir.

Literacy: Average literacy 27.4%; male 32.6% and female 22%. 

Educational institutions: college 4, high school 25, madrasa 8, government primary school 144, non-government primary school 55. 

Noted educational institution: Nabinagar Pilot High School (1896), Kuti Atal Bihari High School (1918). Cultural organisations Club 34, public library 1, press club 1, cinema hall 4, shilpakala academy 1, playground 25.

Main occupations: Agriculture 43.52%, agricultural labourer 20.48%, wage labourer 3.06%, commerce 13.32%, service 6.96%, fishing 2.1% and others 10.56%. 

Land Property: Land use Total cultivable land 28773.78 hectares; fallow land 6870.9 hectares; single crop 53.12%, double crop 41.05% and treble crop land 5.83%. Land under irrigation 37.29%.

Value of land The market value of the land of the first grade is Tk 8500 per 0.01 hectare. 

Main Crops: Paddy, jute, wheat, potato, mustard seed, chilli, coriander and varieties of pulse.Extinct or nearly extinct crops Linseed, sesame, kaun and arahar. 

Main Fruits: Mango, jackfruit, papaya, coconut, betel nut and banana. Fisheries, dairies, poultries Poultry 20, fishery 50, hatchery 6 and artificial breeding centre 5.

Communication facilities: Roads Pucca 13 km, semi pucca 12 km and mud road 455 km; waterways 56 nautical mile. 

Traditional transport Palanquin and bullock cart. These means of transport are either extinct or nearly extinct. 

Mill & Factory : Saw mill 30, Ice factory 8.

Cottage Industries: Cottage industries include bamboo work, goldsmith, blacksmith, wood work, potteries, Tailoring, etc. 

Hats, Bazars and Fairs: Hats and bazars are 45, most noted of which are Nabinagar, Bungra, Baishmouza, Shyamgram, Shibpur and Bholachang; fairs 5, noted of which Nabinagar Mela, Baishakhi Mela at Radhanagar and Kali Mela at Shreeghar.

Main Exports: Jute, paddy, potato, coriander, chilli, banana. 

NGO Activities: NGOs are ASA, Proshika, Hope. 

Health Centres: Upazila health complex 1, health and family welfare centre 13, union family planning clinic 5, red cross maternity 1, satellite clinic 7.