Bangladesh-The Golden Bengal


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The nobel lauriate and world poet Rabindranath Tagore called Bangladesh as the land of gold-he didnot mean the gold from the mine; but he compared the value of the heart of people of bengal with that of gold.
The river bank sceneries Chittagong, from then British rule always played the role of rebellion child of Bengal. From Arakan history to Surjya Sen and during the liberation period Chittagong played a vital role. Chittagong is the second most developed division of the four in the country, shares its northern border with Assam - the tea-growing area - and, to the east, with Burma. It has the distinction of being Bangladesh's only hilly region with hills ranging from about 800 feet (242 meters) in the north to about 200 feet (60 meters) in the southern ranges. The narrow coastal strip is crowded in by hills to the east, which is the only region where the land is not fragmented by river deltas.
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