Dharla River

Dharla River The Dharla River is one of Bangladesh's trans-boundary rivers. It originates in the Himalayas where it is known as the Jaldhaka River, and then it flows through the Jalpaiguri and Cooch Behar districts of West Bengal, India, one of the seven main rivers to do so. Here the river enters Bangladesh through the Lalmonirhat District and joins with the Jaldhaka River and flows as the Dharla River until it empties into the Brahmaputra River near the Kurigram District. Near Patgram Upazila, it again flows easternly back into India.
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Dhaka International Buddhist Monastery

Dhaka International Buddhist Monastery Dhaka International Buddhist Monastery founded in 1981 by the theravada Buddhist community. It was initially set up in a rented house near the Malibag rail crossing in dhaka. Sundarananda Bhikkhu (Sukomal Barua) was its first principal. From the beginning it played an important role in propagating buddhism and preserving its culture and tradition in Bangladesh.
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Noapara-Ishanchandranagar

Noapara-Ishanchandranagar Noapara-Ishanchandranagar is one of the largest unexplored archaeological sites in southeastern Bangladesh. Largely ruins from the Buddhist era in Bengal, many scholars believe that the site of the ruins in these villages represent the lost city of Karmanta Vasaka, the 7th century Khadga capital of Samatata. It is located 3 kilometres north of Chauddagram in the Comilla District, and spreads over an extensive area of more than 9 square kilometres on both sides of the highway connecting Chittagong to Dhaka. The area west of the highway is considered to be the Noapara village, and believed to be smaller in size.
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Siwalik River

Siwalik River Siwalik River also known as the Indo-Brahm River. The Himalayan Mountain system and its various sub-systems, viz Naga-Lusai of Assam and the hills of the Chittagong and chittagong hill tracts had emerged and the tethys sea completely disappeared from the subcontinent as a consequence of the violent orogenesis of the mid-Miocene time (approximately 10 million years before present). With the emergence of the Himalayas, a foredeep was also formed on its front. This foredeep was extended from Assam in the east up to Patwar of Pakistan in the west.
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Kasalong River

Kasalong River Kasalong River main tributary of the karnafuli river at the northeast of the chittagong hill tracts. The river receives the water of four hilly rivulets that flow north to south. The Kasalong meets with the Karnafuli 20 km north of Rangamati district.
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Carmichael College

Carmichael College Carmichael College is located just a few minutes' drive away from Rangpur city centre. It is one of the biggest institutes (according to area) in northern part of bangladesh. It is famous for its lush green campus.
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Chadak Puja

Chadak Puja Chadak Puja a Hindu religious ceremony, observed on the last day of the Bangla month of Chaitra. It is also known as Nil Puja. It is a variation of Gambhira Puja or Shiver gajan celebrated in west bengal. Fairs lasting several days are held in the villages in connection with this puja.
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Atrai river

Atrai river Atrai river flows in northern parts of Bangladesh. It has an ancient name 'Atrei', found in Mahabharata. The river is originated in West Bengal. Then it flows west of Jamuna River.
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Handicrafts of Sylhet

Handicrafts of Sylhet Sylhet is well known for its wide variety of exquisite handicrafts. Well-known Sylhet cane products such as chair, table, tea trays, flower vases, bags and the exquisitely designed fine Sital Pati (a kind of mattress having natural cooling effect) are colorful souvenirs.
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Kushiyara River

Kushiyara River The Kushiyara River is one of the many rivers in Bangladesh that crosses international boundaries. It originates in the northern hill country of Assam, India and runs along the border of the Indian states of Nagaland and Manipur before entering Bangladesh.
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