Famous Monuments in Bangladesh | Most Visited Monuments in Bangladesh 

Bangladesh is known as a land of fascinating and sometimes tragic history. Monuments of Bangladesh is an undiscovered travel gem still well off the beaten tourist trail and yet home to so many cultural...

Best Cities to Visit in Bangladesh | Major Cities in Bangladesh

Bangladesh is a nation with bounteous nature, from waterfalls to beaches, forests and stunning cities, combined with rich culture and history. While traveling through its magnificence, don’t miss a visit...


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Bangladesh, the nation of south-central  Asia, situated in the delta of the Padma (Ganges [Ganga]) and Jamuna (Brahmaputra) streams in the northeastern part of the Indian subcontinent. The riverine nation of Bangladesh (“Land of the Bengals”) is one of the most thickly populated nations on the planet, and its kin is overwhelmingly Muslim. As the eastern bit of the verifiable district of Bengal, the zone once shaped, alongside what is presently the Indian territory of West Bengal, the region of Bengal in British India. Bangladesh turned into a free nation in 1971. Dhaka is Bangladesh capital and a major Bangladesh city. 

Bangladesh is flanked by the Indian conditions of West Bengal toward the west and north, Assam toward the north, Meghalaya toward the north and upper east, and Tripura and Mizoram toward the east. Bangladesh tourism attractions include historical monuments, resorts, beaches, picnic spots, forests, and tribal people, wildlife of various species. Toward the southeast, it imparts a limit to Myanmar (Burma). The southern piece of Bangladesh opens into the Bay of Bengal. Bangladesh has a regular rainstorm atmosphere portrayed by downpour bearing breezes, decently warm temperatures, and high stickiness. By and large, most extreme temperatures in the late spring months, from April to September, are in the low to mid-90s F (mid-30s C). April is the hottest month in many parts. The scope of high temperatures in the winter months, from November to March, is more noteworthy than in the late spring months. 

By far most of the number of inhabitants in Bangladesh is Bengali a term depicting both an ethnic and an etymological gathering. According to 2017 cencus 16.47 cr is the Bangladesh population. ceThe Bengali individuals are verifiable of assorted cause, having risen up out of the conversion of different networks that entered the locale through the span of numerous hundreds of years. The Vedda people groups were maybe the most punctual gathering to settle in the region. As per a few ethnologists, they were trailed by people groups from the Mediterranean and neighboring zones, especially the individuals who communicated in Indo-European dialects. During the eighth century CE, people of Arab, Persian, and Turkish starting point moved in huge numbers to the subcontinent. 

Bengali (Bangla) is Bangladesh language, has a place with the Indo-Aryan gathering of dialects and is identified with Sanskrit. Like Pali, notwithstanding, and different types of Prakrit in antiquated India, Bengali began past the impact of the Brahman culture of the Aryans. The Pala leaders of Bengal (eighth to the twelfth century) who were Buddhists and whose strict language was Pali didn’t hinder the rise of a casual tongue known as Gaudiya Prakrit, the language from which Bengali created.