() or Bhangoora
is an Upazila
of Pabna District
in the Division of Rajshahi
Bhangura thana was established in 1980 and was turned into an upazila in 1981. Once Bhangura upazila was a noted jute growing area. For this reason a jute trading company called 'Chittagong Jute Company' established business house on the bank of the river adjacent to the Baral Bridge. Still there exist a house of the extinct company.
During the liberation war several encounters were made between Pakistan Army & Razakars and Mukti Bahini at Baral Bridge and Dilpashar Bridge. A number of Razakars were surrendered. Commandar Hannan, Aslamul & Moksedur Rahman leaded the Mukti Bahini.
Bhangura is located at . It has 14201 units of house hold and total area 120.2 km². The upazila is criss-crossed by two rivers named the Baral and the Gumani. The western part of this upazial is relatiely higher than the eastern part which comprises a part of the great Chalan Bil. A very lage number of small bills are also available in this area.The people also here are like simle life (by rasel).
As of the 2001 Bangladesh census
, Bhangura has a population of 99474 of which males are 50,486 and females are 48988. Average density of population is 731 per square kilometer. Bangura has an average literacy rate of 38.3% (7+ years).Main Occupations
Agriculture but, agricultural labourer, wage labourer, commerce, service, fishing and others... Read More