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River Madhumati

Madhumati River, distributary of the upper Padma River (Ganges [Ganga] River), flowing through southwestern Bangladesh. It leaves the Padma just north of Kushtia and flows 190 miles (306 km) southeast before turning south across the swampy Sundarbans region to empty into the Bay of Bengal. In its upper course it is called the Gorai; in […]


Bisanakandi is situated at Bangladesh-India border in Sylhet. It is a landscape beauty among gardens and hills. Bichanakandi is a village situated in Rustompur Union under Guainghat Upazilla. This is where many layers of the Khasi mountain meet at a single point from both sides. Flowing from above is a high fall. Adding to its charm are […]

Brahmaputra river

In Bangladesh, the Brahmaputra (ব্রহ্মপুত্র) river is joined by the Teesta (তিস্তা) river (or Tista), one of its largest tributaries. Below the Tista, the Brahmaputra splits into two distributary branches. The western branch, which contains the majority of the river’s flow, continues due south as the Jamuna to merge with the lower Ganges called as […]

Luxury on water

THE FLAMINGO brings you the first and the only “Flotel” in Bangladesh. Combining every possible luxury amenities of a 5-star hotel with the bliss of a water cruise, we are providing a never before experienced delight. With its sublime design and luxuries available on board, it’s not just a trip, it’s memories for life.

Gurr River and Bridge

Gurr River, the actual name of this place is Nagar River, but popularly known by the locals as Gurr. It is one of the beautiful rivers of Bangladesh. It is situated at Singra Upazila of Natore district near “Singra Upazila Health Complex”. It is very small but, looks very pleasant. There is a very large […]

Boral River

Boral River is the main river in Bagatipara which has divided Bagatipara Upazila in two parts. The origin of this river is from the river Padma started from the Charghat Upazila of Rajshahi district. The total length of Baral River is 120 km. It flows from Charghat of Rajshahi, and through Bagatipara, Lalpur, Baraigram, Natore […]

Narsingdi Meghna River Branch

Mighty river Meghna’s branch is located eastward to the Narsingdi Sadar. It is used as a river ghat to move in various directions from Narsingdi District. If someone pays a visit there at the Ghat, he/she may observe a cluster of wood made engine boats awaiting for passengers. It is a place largely of gatherings […]

Kocha River

Kocha River is a much larger river from the Southern part of our Bangladesh. It is created when the two famous rivers Modhumoti and the Shondha merged together near at the Hularhat (হুলারহাট). After converging the two rivers it got a new name Kocha (কচা নদী) and carrying this new name until it falls into […]

Dholai River

Dholai River is originated from the Cherapunji Hills (চেরাপুঞ্জি পাহাড়) of India and entered the country through the Bholagonj of Sylhet. After flowing very poorly in our country, it joined with the River Surma. Dholai River (ধলাই নদী) is famous for the stones. People used to collect the stone from the river. I have walked […]

River Dhepa

River Dhepa is in north Bengal; more precisely it is near to the famous “Kantaji Temple” of Dinajpur. River Dhepa is originated from the river Atrai, and then it falls at the river Punarbhaba. This is a shallow river, and the average depth of the river was around 2-4 feet. The length of the river […]

River Bongshi

A few kilometers west from the Dhamrai Bazar, there is a river beside the road which is called “Bongshi”. It is almost covered by the deadly hyacinths. There is no flow at the river, and at your first look, you’ll feel like it as a canal. The color of the water is kind of blackish. […]

Buriganga River

The Buriganga River (বুড়িগঙ্গা), previously known as “Old Ganges”, flows past the southwest outskirts of Dhaka city, the capital of Bangladesh. Its average depth is 7.6 meters (25 ft.) and its maximum depth is 18 meters (58 ft.). In the distant past, a course of the Ganges River used to reach the Bay of Bengal […]

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