Nalbari District is situated between 26oN and 26.51o N latitude and 91o E and 91.47o E longitude . The north and west side of the district is bounded by Baksa and Barpeta districts respectively .The southern and eastern side of the district is bounded by Kamrup district. The entire area of the District is situated at the plains of the Brahmaputra Valley. The tributaries of the Brahmaputra, Nona, Buradia, Pagaldia, Borolia and Tihu that originate from the foothills of the Himalayan Range are wild in nature and have enormous contribution towards the agrarian economy of the district. The Soil condition of District is a heterogeneous one. The Soil of the northern part of the district is clayey and loamy where as the middle part is loamy and sandy. The Soil of the southern part of the district is composed of sandy soil. The District has a sub-tropical climate with semi dry hot summer and cold winter. During summer, generally during the months from May to August, heavy rainfall occurs for which the district experiences flood. The District experiences annual (average) rainfall of 1500 mm and its humidity hovers around 80%.