Baral River

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Baral (Borhal ) river is one of the offshoots of the Ganges, starts its journey at Charghat Upazila of Rajshahi District of Bangladesh. The Baral flows through Natore and Pabna meets with the Gumani at the east of Bhangura and finally meets with the Hurasagar river after joining with the Karatoya south of Shahjadpur Upazila. The river is approximately 147 kilometers long, and wide and deep on average. The river receives water from the Ganges only in the monsoon season. But it maintains its flow throughout the year with local runoff water and water from chalan beel. Its drainage area is about 230&nbsp;km<sup>2</sup>. Some important places located on the banks of the Baral are: Charghat, Baraigram, Bagatipara, Gurudaspur, Chatmohar, Bhangura and Bera upazilas of Bangladesh.The Baral Bridge is located on this river at Bhangura Upazila.

Early History

The Baral also issues from the Padma at Charghat in theRajshahi district and receives the water of the Atrai through thechannel called the Gumani shortly after it enters the district ofPabna. It flows through the northern part of the Sadar subdivision, passing by the large village of Chatmohar, the headquarters of the thana of the same name, and continue its courseto south-east. The Baral meets the Gumani (an extension ofAtrai) near the village Faridpur (not to be confused with thedistrict headquarters of the same name). The combined watersjoins the Hurasagar, south of Shahazadpur, at the confluence ofthe latter...
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