Piyain River

Piyain River Piyain River a tributary of the surma river, originates from the Umgat river of Assam. The Umgat originates from the hilly areas of Assam. Flowing southward, the river enters Bangladesh through Sylhet district and branches out into two: the Piyain and the dauki or Jaflong. After entering into Bangladesh, the Piyain follows a 7km-route westward along the international boundary and slighty turns southwest to meet the Surma river at chhatak.
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Tamabil

Tamabil Tamabil is the border area with India and is 05 km before Jaflong. If you intend to visit Shilong of India then you will have to cross this border by completing your customs formalities. To go to India you require valid Visa.
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Nagar River

Nagar River Nagar River There are two rivers in the country named the Nagar. The first one originates from the karatoya near shibganj upazila in bogra district. It flows southwest and then turns south to meet the atrai river at singra upazila in natore district. The Nagar receives a tributary from the north which provide its major flow.
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Dhanu River

Dhanu River The Dhanu is a river in Bangladesh.
The Dhanu, also called the Ghorautra, is a tributary of the Meghna. It flows directly southwards from Sunamganj in Sylhet through the eastern thanas of Netrakona and Kishoreganj. It is navigable year-round.
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