It is in the Chuadanga District and shares domestic borders with the Howli Union in the northwest, Begampur Union in the east and Kuralgachhi Union in the west. On its southwest lies the Nadia District (in the state of West Bengal, India).
It has an area of only 15.44 square kilometres (5.96 sq mi) but a population is of 40,000.
Carew & Co (Bangladesh) Ltd is the biggest sugar mill in Bangladesh. It was established in the British period. Darshana has a land port with India and is the first entrance point for trains to Calcutta, India.
The Darshana to Jagotee, Kushtia rail line is the first rail road in East Bengal. Darshana station started when the Eastern Bengal Railway opened the line from Calcutta to Goalundo Ghat, in 1871.
There are 4 libraries, 1 college, 4 high schools and 11 primary schools. There are also a few hospitals for so many people.
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