Mymensingh District

Mymensingh District

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Mymensingh District

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Mymensingh () is one of the districts of Dhaka division, Bangladesh, and is bordered on the north by Meghalaya state of India and Garo Hills, on the south by Gazipur district, on the east by districts of Netrokona and Kishoreganj, and on the west by districts of Sherpur, Jamalpur and Tangail. Mymensingh town is the district headquarters.


The district covers an area of around 4,363 square kilometers, with several small valleys between high forests. The temperature ranges from 33 degrees to 12 degrees Celsius, and the annual rainfall averages 2,174 mm. In fact, Iswarganj is a small upozilla (section) other upozillas some are at the foot of Garo hills of Meghalaya, some are Chars founded on the bed of Old Brahmaputra river and also some ancient forests of mainly a single wood tree as it is named SHAL Forest. The city of Mymensingh stands on the bank of Old Brahmaputra river, as the 1897 great Assam Bengal earthquake changed the main flow from Brahmaputra to the Jamuna river which co-sided west of the greater Mymensingh region. In about hundred years, a port city of sea vessels from England just lost its status as the river became a seasonal flow by this time. Some Kuthi's of namely of the colonial rulers now-a-days the govt. High officials residences along the side of the river in the city. The area of Greater Mymensingh, the north front line is just at the foot of Garo hills of Meghalaya of India, the south this area excludes The...
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