Genaral knowledge about Islands and chars of Bangladesh

Islands and chars of Bangladesh



Islands of Bangladesh: - Saint Martin, Himchhari, Kutubdia, Sonadia, Maheshkhali and Chheradwip.

Chars of Bangladesh: - Chars of Muhuri, Shrijani, Shahbani, Alexander, Gazaria, Newton, Jabbar, Jangli, Monpura, Manik, Kukri, Mukri, Madras, Kalmi, Dublar Char, Patni Char.

The largest deltaic island in the world: Bangladesh.

The largest deltaic island in Bangladesh is the Sundarbans.

The largest and only island district of Bangladesh: Bhola.

The southernmost island of Bangladesh - Chheradwip, St. Martin.

Area of ​​St. Martin's Island: 6 square kilometers.

Gateway to St. Martin's Island: Teknaf.

Parbal Island is the only place of immense beauty in Bangladesh: St. Martin.

St. Martin's Island: Located at the mouth of the Naf River.

St. Martin's Island: - Famous for tourist attractions, fishing, limestone, minerals, etc.

Chheradwip is located: 5 km south of St. Martin's Island.

Area of ​​Chheradwip: 3 square kilometers.

Nijhum Island is located at the mouth of the river Meghna, about 96 km south of Hatia in the Bay of Bengal.

Area of ​​Nijhum Island: 91 sq km.

Nijhum Island: Famous for its beaches, coastal green belt and the arrival of guest birds.

Old name of Nijhum Island: Baular Char.

South Talpatti Island is located in Satkhira district.

South Talpatti Island has an area of ​​6 sq km.

The only hilly island in Bangladesh: Maheshkhali

There are temples on the island of Bangladesh: - Maheshkhali Adinath Temple.

Located west of Cox's Bazar: Sonadia Island.

Sonadia Island: - Famous for fishing, guest birds and cyclone warning centers built by the Red Crescent Society.

Monpura Island is located in Bhola district.

Monpura lived on the island: - Portuguese.

Forests consisting of innumerable islands: - Sundarbans.

Elephant Point is located in Cox's Bazar district.

Former name of Bhola: - Shahbazpur Island.

The island of Bangladesh is famous for its lighthouse: Kutubdia.

Sandwip is famous: - In ancient times marine ships were built.

Dublar Char is located on the south coast of the Sundarbans.

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