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Affectionately called ‘The Land of Rivers’

Bangladesh is a riverine country. About 800 rivers including tributaries flow through the country constituting a waterway of total length around 24,140 km. Most of the country's land is formed through silt brought by the rivers. Following is a list of some of the major rivers of Bangladesh:

  • Atrai River
  • Bangali River
  • Balu River
  • Baral River
  • Biskhali River
  • Bhairab River
  • Brahmaputra River
  • Buriganga River
  • Bura Gauranga River
  • Chiknai River
  • Chitra River
  • Dakatia River
  • Dhaleshwari River
  • Dhansiri River
  • Dharla River
  • Dhepa River
  • Dhanu River
  • Feni River
  • Garai River
  • Gorai-Madhumati River
  • Halda River
  • Ichhamati River
  • Jaldhaka River
  • Jamuna River
  • Jinai Rive
  • Kaliganga River
  • Kangsha River
  • Karatoya River
  • Karnaphuli River
  • Kazipur River
  • Khowai River
  • Kirtankhola
  • Kobadak River
  • Kopothakho River
  • Kumar River
  • Kushiyara River
  • Mahananda River
  • Manu River, Tripura
  • Mathabhanga River
  • Meghna River
  • Muhuri River
  • Naf River
  • Nagar River
  • Padma River
  • Punarbhaba River
  • Pusur River
  • Shitalakshya River
  • Surma River
  • Teesta River
  • Titas River
  • Tulshiganga River
  • Turag River

Please Click on
Each River Link
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River Padma in Rainy Season River Meghna from the bridge over the river

Source : Wikipedia

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