Hakaluki Haor

Hakaluki Haor Hakaluki Haor located in greater Sylhet, the haor offers a very different type of ecosystem as well as a new set of management issues. The haor basin is an extensive alluvial plain supporting a variety of wetland habitats. It contains about 47 major haors and more than 6,000 beels, or freshwater lakes, nearly half of which are seasonal. Hakaluki Haor itself is a complex of more than 80 inter-connecting beels located in the Maulvi Bazar district.
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Juri River

Juri River Juri River originates from the northeastern hilly areas of Tripura (India) and enters Bangladesh through Dharmanagar of kulaura upazila in maulvi bazar district. From Dharmanagar the river flows further northward along the international boundary and crosses the Kulaura upazila. It falls into the kushiyara river after flowing through the Hakaluki Haor and turning westward. The Bangladesh reach of the Juri river is about 56 km long.
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Manu River

Manu River The Manu River originates in the mountains of Tripura (India) and plunges downward through dramatic gorges and steep escarpments until it reaches a broad plain where it becomes slow and meandering, going northward until it reaches the Sylhet plains. The river enters Bangladesh through the Maulvibazar District and meets the Kushiyara River.
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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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Dhala River

Dhala River Dhala River originated from the eastern hills of tripura (India). Flowing north from its source the river enters Bangladesh through Kulaura upazila of Maulvi Bazar district and meets with the manu river southwest of Rajnagar upazila of the same district. The joint course of the Manu and Dhala flows towards Maulvi Bazar and turning north debouches into the kushiyara at Manumukh.
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