Barguna is a locale in the division of Barisal, Bangladesh. The Barguna District has an aggregate territory of 1831.31 km². It was built up as an area in 1984. It is limited on the north by the locale of Jhalkathi, Barisal, Pirojpur and Patuakhali. In the east, it outskirts the Patuakhali region. On the south, Barguna is limited by the Patuakhali area, and the Bay of Bengal. On the western side, it fringes Pirojpur and Bagerhat areas.
Essential waterways of Barguna locale incorporate the Paira River, Bishkhali River, khakdon stream and the Baleshwar River. Barguna's economy is fundamentally reliant on agribusiness. Essential products incorporate rice and heartbeats. Jute development was once essential, yet it continuously lost prominence as a money trim. Being a beach front locale, Barguna has a flourishing angling industry. Create of the area incorporates betel leaf, beats, bananas, betel nut, molasses, marine fish, and shrimp.
A little assembling industry includes generally rice plants, saw process, cleanser industrial facility, flour process, ice plant and pen production line. Customary house businesses, for example, weaving, bamboo and stick fine art, goldsmithing, blacksmithing, stoneware, wood work, and fitting likewise flourish in rustic areas. As of 2007, Barguna District had a general populace of 902,465 with a populace thickness of 492 people/km². Females establish a dominant part of the populace with 50.12% while guys comprise 49.88%.