Monday, 22 April 2013


Chittagong is the commerce and industry city in Bangladesh. It stands on the banks of the Karnaphuli River. It is the busiest seaport and second largest city in Bangladesh and it  has been a seaport since ancient time. Over 5.5 million populations live in this city, male 54.36% and female 45.64%. Muslims (83.92%), Hindus (13.76%), Buddhism (2.01%) and Christians (0.11%) and others 0.2% live in this city. 15276 people live in per square km. Now a day Chittagong is one of the fastest growing cities all over the world. Islamic preacher Hazrat Badar Aawlia arrived in this city from the seas and chose the pahar name Cheragi Pahar for vantage point to spread the message of Islam among the locals more than six hundred years ago. The Chittagong city areas are divided into two part
1.    wards and
2.    mahallas
Under the jurisdiction of the Chittagong City Corporation.
 The Chittagong Development Authority makes and implements Master Plan for city development and they are primarily responsible for framing and implementing.

From early times, Chittagong attracted people from various regions of the world. The origins of the people of the city are diverse many kinds of multi-ethnic. There are many kinds of people live here such as Tibeto-Burman, Arab, Afghan, Mughal origin, Chakma tribe. Portuguese settlers are also live here. Urban people are involved in the import-export many things from one country to another country.
In this city men’s common dress are Lungi or dhoti and women’s is saree. Rice and fish is the staple food and seafood is quite popular food of them.

Gourds, pumpkins, various legumes are common vegetable of there and they also eat jack fruits, ice-apples, coconuts, bananas, custard apple, etc.

In Chittagong, there are many mosques, shrines, dargah, buildings and other masonry. In this city most of the buildings are built on top of low hills and hillocks and also the valleys and plains. The sea-borne exports many things such as ready made garments, knitwear, frozen food, jute and jute products, leather and leather products, tea, and chemical products and they trade boats, bringing chiefly cotton, rice, spices, sugar and tobacco.
There are many kinds of newspaper such as daily newspapers, opposition newspaper, business newspapers which based in Chittagong. There are many attractive place such as Chittagong Hill Tracts, Patenga beach, Foy's Lake, Heritage Park, Chittagong Ethnological Museum, World War II cemetery and Zia Memorial Museum and so on.

Sunday, 21 April 2013


Comilla is located Dhaka-Chittagong Highway and it is also stands south-eastern Bangladesh. In this city 166,519 people live. Its total area is 11.47 square kilometers. Burchiganj and Tripura on the north, Laksham and Chauddagram on the south, and Barura on the west are arounded this city. Gumti and Little Feni pass through Comilla. For going eastern part of Bangladesh Comilla is a hub of road communication of this. Bi-communication system of Comilla is so much good and it has also one of the oldest highways of the Indian Sub-continent. We can go to comilla by road or railway. Comilla is far 97 kilometers away from the capital city of Dhaka. But for little distance we can use rickshaw. In Comilla, most of the people are educated. The educated people of this city have great contributions in every sector of the country. There so much school, college, university and other such as Comilla High School, Comilla Zilla School, Comilla Cadet College,.Comilla education board Model School and College, Comilla University, Comilla Medical College,  Comilla Government College and numerous colleges,  Comilla Victoria Government College, Comilla Polytechnic Institute. There are many historical place such as Mainamati Museum, Salban bihar, cotbari comilla, Dhormo Sagar, Lalmai pahar and other.

Saturday, 20 April 2013


Faridpur is a part of the Dhaka Division and it is situated on the banks of the Padma other smaller rivers include Old Kumar, Arial khan, Gorai, Chandana, Bhubanshwar and Modhumoti river. Over 1.7 million people live this district, 50.55% are male49.23% are female. Rajbari, Gopalgonj, Madaripur, Shariatpur and Faridpur are included this district. The reign of Emperor Akbar In 1582, Bengal was formed into 33 sarkars or financial sub-divisions. Faridpur area was included the sarkar of Muhammad Abud but 1721 Bangla was again made formed 13 large divisions instead of sarkars. Faridpur was separated from Dacca collectorate in 1811. In 1860 the district was named as Faridpur the of Sufi saint Shah Sheikh Fariduddin. In 1862 it is declared that Faridpur town is a municipality. In 1840 the Faridpur Zila School was established which is one of the oldest schools in modern day Bangladesh. In this district Muslim and Hindu are live but major religions are Islam. In this district 88% of people are Muslims and 11% Hindu. There is also some Bihari and Oriya population. It is 20.23 km and consists of 9 upazilas, 4 municipalities, 79 union parishads, 36 wards, 92 mahallas and 1859 villages. The district is mainly agriculture -based country. Most of the farmer grows jute, paddy, blackberry, peanut, wheat, oilseed, pulse, turmeric, onion, garlic and other. Many fruits are also produced, notably, jack fruit, mango, palm, coconut, betel nut, kul, tetul, bel, papaya, banana, and guava. They export jute, Helsa fish and sugarcane.

Thursday, 31 May 2012

SWIFT Code for AB Bank

SWIFT Code                   Bank Name      City           Branch Name  

ABBLBDDHXXX   AB Bank Limited     Dhaka   
ABBLBDDH002    AB Bank Limited     Dhaka     (KARWAN BAZAR Branch)

ABBLBDDH003    AB Bank Limited     Dhaka     (IMAMGANJ Branch)

ABBLBDDH004    AB Bank Limited     Dhaka     (MOTIJHEEL Branch)

ABBLBDDH005    AB Bank Limited     Dhaka     (PRINCIPAL Branch)

Wednesday, 30 May 2012


The Jackfruit is one kind of fruit, which is very popular in the world especially on Southeast Asia. It is also the national fruit of Bangladesh. Jackfruit also known as Jakfruit, Jaca and Nangka in the many parts of the world. The Jacckfruit tree looks like very nice and straight and many farming animal likes its leaf. This tree is widely cultivated in Bangladesh, India, Sri Lanka, Vietnam, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia and the Philippines.

The word “Jackfruit” comes from Portuguese “jaca”. The leaves of Jackfruit trees are oblong, oval, or elliptic

Tuesday, 29 May 2012


Elish, is a popular fish to eat among the people of the Indian sub-continent, Bengalis, Oriyas, West Bengal, Orissa, Tripura and Assam. It is the national fish of Bangladesh. Elish also can be found in India's Assamese-, Bengali-, Oriya- and Telugu and in Pakistan's Sindh province. A large number of fish are caught in the Padma-Meghna-Jamuna delta each year. It is a sea fish but it laid eggs in large rivers. When they become young, swim back to the sea, fisherman caught them. Elish is also caught from the sea. The fish in coastal area of

Monday, 28 May 2012

Cox's Bazar

Cox's Bazar is a town, a fishing port and district headquarters in Bangladesh. It is the longest natural sandy sea beach in the world. Today, Cox's Bazar is one of the most-visited tourist places in Bangladesh. In 1869 Cox's Bazar municipality was constituted and was in 1959 it turn into a town committee. In 1972 the town committee was replaced by municipality and it was elevated to B-grade in 1989 again.

Cox's Bazar having been a great tourist resort various establishments have developed in the town including 6

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