Habiganj District

What is Habiganj District known for?


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, Fish, Shrimp, Frog-legs, Dry-fish, Tea, Betel-leaf, Dates, Molasses, Rubber, Bamboo, Natural gas, oil and Textile. Education Literacy rate of Habiganj is 45%. There are total 16 Colleges of which 1 (Honors) College, 3 Government colleges, 1 Polytechnic institute; 13 (further education) Colleges, 6 (government) and 99 (non-government) High Schools; 14 Junior Schools; 732 (government) and 711 (non-government) Primary Schools; 96 Madrasah; and 6 Satellite (temporary) Schools in this district


books including

Maktul Hussain, author of the poetical work. He wrote several books, including Nabi Bangsha (Family of the Prophet), Gyanprodip (Light of knowledge), Jnanchautisha, and Jaikum Rajar Ladai (Battle of King Jaikum). * Sheikh Bhanu: Sheik Bhanu is one of the most renowned mystic poet of Bangladesh. His spiritual songs like Nishite Jaiyo Fulo Bone is a famous one. He was born in Bhadikara under Lakhai Upazila. * '''Bipin Chandra Pal''' was born on 7 November 1858. He was one of the trinity


feature film

, Manikganj District, Map protection, Maslama, Matiur Rahman (journalist), Mattar Paneer, Military coups in Bangladesh, Mir Mosharraf Hossain, Mosque city of Bagerhat, Munshiganj District, Mylvaganam Nimalrajan, Nagerkovil central school massacre, Naogaon District, Narail District, Naranbhai J. Rathwa, Narayanganj District, Narendranath Mitra, Narsingdi District, National Film Award for Best First Non-Feature Film, National


black stone

and environmentalist Archaeological heritage * Ancient Rajbari(1737–38) at Puranbagh, Baniachang * Bagala Matar Mandir, Habiganj * Baniachong village (the biggest village in Asia) * Bibir Dargah Mosque, Baniachang * Bikhangal Akhra, Baniachang * Dorga-tila, Mira-tila and Tangee-tila, Nabiganj * Foltoli-tila and water fountain, Nabiganj * Jami Mosque, Bahubal * Kalibari, Habiganj Sadar * Kuri-tila, Black-stone and an Ancient Rajbari, Dinarpur, Nabiganj * Mashulia Akhra, Habiganj Sadar * Monument for the freedom-fighters, Teliapara tea garden * Mosque of Uchail, built by Mojlishe Amin,habiganj by azaz * Murarbandar Dargah Sharif, Chunarughat * Putijuri Jami Mosque, Bahubal * Ramakrishna Ashram, Habiganj Sadar * Rashidpur Tea Garden, Bahubal Upazila * Shagor Dighi, Baniachong * Shajeerbazar, Chunarughat * Sham-baoul Akhra and Doulotpur Akhra, Baniachang * Tea gardens in the valleys * War of Liberation Mass Grave, Nabiganj * War of Liberation Memorial Monument, Nabiganj See also *Districts of Bangladesh *Sylhet Division References Geography and climate Sylhet District has an area of 3,490 km²; and is bounded by the districts of Maulvi Bazar, Sunamganj (Sunamganj District), Habiganj (Habiganj District) along with Cachar (Cachar District) and Karimganj (Karimganj District) districts of India. * Expansion needed (updated by bot) ** 235 - 1979 in India, 2005 Men's Champions Trophy (field hockey), Abahani Krira Chakra, Alaol, Apodization, Bagerhat District, Bangalore IT.COM, Bangladesh Army, Bangladesh Betar, Bangladesh Military Academy, Bangladesh Rifles, Banning of Tamil language media importation, Barguna District, Bhola District, Bogra District, Brahmanbaria District, Brajalal College, Brajamohan College, Brojen Das, Caste system in Kerala, Centre for Railway Information Systems, Chand Raat, Chandpur District, Chittagong District, Chittranjan Locomotive Works, Constitution of Bangladesh, Constitution of Sri Lanka, Cuisine of Kashmir, Culture of Bangladesh, Dasa sil mata, Dhaka District, Dinajpur District, Bangladesh, DishTV, Dish TV India, Education in Bangladesh, Elaan, Elections in Bangladesh, Elections in India, Embroidery of India, Exim Bank (India), Fall of Sassanids, Faridpur District, Filmfare Awards, Folklore of India, Gaibandha District, Gazipur District, Goan houses, Goan literature, Godavari Class Frigate, Gota, Governors of Mizoram, H. M. 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Sorcar, Pabna District, Panchagarh District, Pasban e Sahaba, Patuakhali District, Pirojpur District, Punjabi Students Association, Puthi, Raja Ka Tal, Rajbari District, Rajshahi District, Rangamati District, Rangpur District, Rathong Glacier, Ratnajeevan Hoole, Richard William Timm, Richard de Zoysa, Rokeya Sakhawat Hussain, Round Table Conferences (India), Sadequain, Saifullah Khan, Sandwip, Satkhira District, Sayed Ali Ahsan, Seventh parliamentary election in Bangladesh, Shah Mohammad, Shahriyar Kabir, Shankaranarayana, Shardul class- Large Landing Ship Tank, Shariatpur District, Sherpur District, Shi'a view of Umar, Shishumar (Type 209) Class, Sholay, Shuvro Dev, Shwet Ashwas, Siddipet, Siladhara, Six point movement, Sourav Ganguly, Southland Balika, Sri Lankan Air Force, Sri Lankan Tamil diaspora, Sri Maha Bodhi, Sukanta Bhattacharya, Sylhet District, Talk:Angela Gomes, Talk:Ayub Bachchu, Talk:Deepak Perwani, Talk:Dino Shafeek, Talk:Ershad, (Singer), Talk:Fazle Lohani, Talk:Ghiyasuddin Azam Shah, Talk:Gopala (ruler), Talk:Gurunath Sengupta, Talk:Gurunath Vidyanidhi, Talk:Habibur Rahman, Talk:Hanif Sanket, Talk:Humayun Faridi, Talk:M A Hannan, Talk:Mahbub ul Haq, Talk:Mahmud Shah (Sultan of Bengal), Talk:Mainul Hosein, Talk:Matiur Rahman (journalist), Talk:Maulana Bhashani, Talk:Mian Mohammad Mansha, Talk:Miangul Jahan Zeb, Talk:Mir Ghaus Bakhsh Bizenjo, Talk:Mir Nawaz Khan Marwat, Talk:Mirza Ahmad Ispahani, Talk:Mirza Pandit Dhar, Talk:Mohiuddin Jahangir, Talk:Subhashini Ali, Talk:Tanvir Mokammel, Talk:Tareque Masud, Tangail District, Tata Indica, Ten Body Yoga, Tenali, Terrorist attacks carried out by LTTE, Thakurgaon District, Thottakkattu Madhaviamma, Thottekkattukara, Thurgood Marshall, Tirunelveli, Toddy tapper, Transport in India, Tropical cyclones in Bangladesh, Tyāgarāja, Udavum Karangal, University of Jaffna, Us Rah Par, Vaartha Bhaarathi, Varanasi, Vinod Gupta School of Management, Vishnupad Temple, Vivek Nagar, Yoga, Zainul Abedin * Expert attention needed (updated by bot) Choudhury was born on 1 March 1929, in Habiganj District, Bangladesh (then part of Assam) where his father Azhar Choudhury, a land owner, and his mother Nazmun Nesa Choudhury, a house wife resided.


artifacts

with the Lalmai hills and the higher areas of Sylhet, Habiganj, and Chittagong and Madhupur tract. The prehistoric site of Chaklapunji tea garden, near Chandirmazar of Chunarughat (Chunarughat Upazila). Habiganj has also revealed a significant number of prehistoric tools from the bed of a small ephemeral stream (water remains here only for a few hours after rainfall) known as Balu nadi (river). Angularity and freshness of the fossil wood artifacts suggest that they did not come from a great

distance and probably came from nearby hillocks. Typologically, technologically, and morphometrically, the artifacts are more or less the same as those found in the Lalmai area. The Fossil wood assemblages of Lalmai and Chaklapunji can be classified into two groups: # Pre-neolithic assemblages without polished tools (hand axes, cleavers, scrapers, chopping tools, points etc.); # Neolithic assemblages (hand adzes, polished Celts, awls etc.). Battle of Bara Bhuiyans and Mughal In Baniachang


historical place

. At present, it is a district of Sylhet Division. Habiganj is the historical place where the Mukti Bahini started their first guerrilla movement against oppression of Pakistani Army. It is also the place full of memory of Syed Nasir Uddin (R), companion and sipahsalar of Hazrath Shah Jalal (R), the great saint of Bengal. Historically, Habibganj was a bazaar or ganj beside Khowai River established by Syed Habib Ullah, the son of Syed Hadayat Ullah. With the passage of time, Habibganj turned into Habiganj. During the British Raj, Habiganj was established as a Thana (police precinct) in 1790, under Dhaka district (1779–1793). Until 1896, Habiganj's administrative centre was in Court Andar, Laskarpur. On 12 September 1874 it came under Sylhet district (part of Assam). Habiganj was declared as subdivision in 1867. On 7 April 1893, according to the Notification no. 273 of Assam Provincial Government, Habiganj Thana (Administrative unit) was established. Habiganj was rejoined with East-Bengal (now Bangladesh) in 1911. Then the Office of the Circle Officer (Development) was established in 1960. Finally on 1 March 1984 Habiganj was established as a District.Sheikh Liaquat Ali is the current chairman of Habiganj. http: www.dchabiganj.gov.bd District%20Profile.htm At present Habiganj consists of 8 upazilas, 6 municipalities, 36 wards, 77 union parishads, 124 mahallas, 1241 mouzas and 2076 villages. Geography and climate Sylhet District has an area of 3,490 km²; and is bounded by the districts of Maulvi Bazar, Sunamganj (Sunamganj District), Habiganj (Habiganj District) along with Cachar (Cachar District) and Karimganj (Karimganj District) districts of India. * Expansion needed (updated by bot) ** 235 - 1979 in India, 2005 Men's Champions Trophy (field hockey), Abahani Krira Chakra, Alaol, Apodization, Bagerhat District, Bangalore IT.COM, Bangladesh Army, Bangladesh Betar, Bangladesh Military Academy, Bangladesh Rifles, Banning of Tamil language media importation, Barguna District, Bhola District, Bogra District, Brahmanbaria District, Brajalal College, Brajamohan College, Brojen Das, Caste system in Kerala, Centre for Railway Information Systems, Chand Raat, Chandpur District, Chittagong District, Chittranjan Locomotive Works, Constitution of Bangladesh, Constitution of Sri Lanka, Cuisine of Kashmir, Culture of Bangladesh, Dasa sil mata, Dhaka District, Dinajpur District, Bangladesh, DishTV, Dish TV India, Education in Bangladesh, Elaan, Elections in Bangladesh, Elections in India, Embroidery of India, Exim Bank (India), Fall of Sassanids, Faridpur District, Filmfare Awards, Folklore of India, Gaibandha District, Gazipur District, Goan houses, Goan literature, Godavari Class Frigate, Gota, Governors of Mizoram, H. M. Patel, Habiganj District, Hasan Khurshid Rumi, Hindu politics, Hinduism in India, History of the Indian National Congress, Howrah Bridge, Human rights in Sri Lanka, IIT Schools of Management, India: From Midnight to the Millennium, Indian Armed Forces, Indian Army, Indian Muslim Nationalism, Indian Railway Service of Engineers, Indian Railway Stores Service, Indo-Pakistani relations, Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar, Islam in India, Islamic Law and its Introduction in Pakistan (book), Islamic art, Jagadish Gupta, Jahangir Siddiqui Air, Jaipurhat District, Jal Mahal, Jamalpur, Bihar, Jamalpur District, Jangama, Jasimuddin, Jat, Jawaharlal Nehru University, Jhalkathi District, Jhenaidah District, Karnatak University, Kashmir, Khagrachari District, Khan Jahan Ali, Khandvi, Khosrau I, Khulna, Khulna District, Kishoreganj District, Konkani Brahmins, Konoor, Koottickal, Kumarapuram massacre, Kumarkhali Upazila, Kumbakonam, Kundoormala, Kurigram District, Kutubdia, Lahore Resolution, Lakhumal Hiranand Hiranandani, Lalmonirhat District, List of Hindu gurus, Madaripur District, Maharashtrian cuisine, Mani Bhavan, Manikganj District, Map protection, Maslama, Matiur Rahman (journalist), Mattar Paneer, Military coups in Bangladesh, Mir Mosharraf Hossain, Mosque city of Bagerhat, Munshiganj District, Mylvaganam Nimalrajan, Nagerkovil central school massacre, Naogaon District, Narail District, Naranbhai J. Rathwa, Narayanganj District, Narendranath Mitra, Narsingdi District, National Film Award for Best First Non-Feature Film, National Film Award for Best Investigative Film, National Film Award for Best Short Fiction Film, Natore District, Navaly Church massacre, Nawabganj District, Netrokona District, Nilgiri (Leander) Class, Nilima Ibrahim, Nilphamari District, Other characters (Suikoden), P. C. Sorcar, Pabna District, Panchagarh District, Pasban e Sahaba, Patuakhali District, Pirojpur District, Punjabi Students Association, Puthi, Raja Ka Tal, Rajbari District, Rajshahi District, Rangamati District, Rangpur District, Rathong Glacier, Ratnajeevan Hoole, Richard William Timm, Richard de Zoysa, Rokeya Sakhawat Hussain, Round Table Conferences (India), Sadequain, Saifullah Khan, Sandwip, Satkhira District, Sayed Ali Ahsan, Seventh parliamentary election in Bangladesh, Shah Mohammad, Shahriyar Kabir, Shankaranarayana, Shardul class- Large Landing Ship Tank, Shariatpur District, Sherpur District, Shi'a view of Umar, Shishumar (Type 209) Class, Sholay, Shuvro Dev, Shwet Ashwas, Siddipet, Siladhara, Six point movement, Sourav Ganguly, Southland Balika, Sri Lankan Air Force, Sri Lankan Tamil diaspora, Sri Maha Bodhi, Sukanta Bhattacharya, Sylhet District, Talk:Angela Gomes, Talk:Ayub Bachchu, Talk:Deepak Perwani, Talk:Dino Shafeek, Talk:Ershad, (Singer), Talk:Fazle Lohani, Talk:Ghiyasuddin Azam Shah, Talk:Gopala (ruler), Talk:Gurunath Sengupta, Talk:Gurunath Vidyanidhi, Talk:Habibur Rahman, Talk:Hanif Sanket, Talk:Humayun Faridi, Talk:M A Hannan, Talk:Mahbub ul Haq, Talk:Mahmud Shah (Sultan of Bengal), Talk:Mainul Hosein, Talk:Matiur Rahman (journalist), Talk:Maulana Bhashani, Talk:Mian Mohammad Mansha, Talk:Miangul Jahan Zeb, Talk:Mir Ghaus Bakhsh Bizenjo, Talk:Mir Nawaz Khan Marwat, Talk:Mirza Ahmad Ispahani, Talk:Mirza Pandit Dhar, Talk:Mohiuddin Jahangir, Talk:Subhashini Ali, Talk:Tanvir Mokammel, Talk:Tareque Masud, Tangail District, Tata Indica, Ten Body Yoga, Tenali, Terrorist attacks carried out by LTTE, Thakurgaon District, Thottakkattu Madhaviamma, Thottekkattukara, Thurgood Marshall, Tirunelveli, Toddy tapper, Transport in India, Tropical cyclones in Bangladesh, Tyāgarāja, Udavum Karangal, University of Jaffna, Us Rah Par, Vaartha Bhaarathi, Varanasi, Vinod Gupta School of Management, Vishnupad Temple, Vivek Nagar, Yoga, Zainul Abedin * Expert attention needed (updated by bot) Choudhury was born on 1 March 1929, in Habiganj District, Bangladesh (then part of Assam) where his father Azhar Choudhury, a land owner, and his mother Nazmun Nesa Choudhury, a house wife resided.


bogra

Krira Chakra , Alaol, Apodization, Bagerhat District, Bangalore IT.COM, Bangladesh Army, Bangladesh Betar, Bangladesh Military Academy, Bangladesh Rifles, Banning of Tamil language media importation, Barguna District, Bhola District, Bogra District, Brahmanbaria District, Brajalal College, Brajamohan College, Brojen Das, Caste system in Kerala, Centre for Railway Information Systems, Chand Raat, Chandpur District


short fiction

Film Award for Best Investigative Film , National Film Award for Best Short Fiction Film, Natore District, Navaly Church massacre, Nawabganj District, Netrokona District, Nilgiri (Leander) Class, Nilima Ibrahim, Nilphamari District, Other characters (Suikoden), P. C. Sorcar, Pabna District, Panchagarh District, Pasban e Sahaba, Patuakhali District, Pirojpur District, Punjabi Students Association, Puthi, Raja Ka Tal


national film

, Manikganj District, Map protection, Maslama, Matiur Rahman (journalist), Mattar Paneer, Military coups in Bangladesh, Mir Mosharraf Hossain, Mosque city of Bagerhat, Munshiganj District, Mylvaganam Nimalrajan, Nagerkovil central school massacre, Naogaon District, Narail District, Naranbhai J. Rathwa, Narayanganj District, Narendranath Mitra, Narsingdi District, National Film Award for Best First Non-Feature Film, National Film Award for Best Investigative Film, National Film Award for Best Short Fiction Film, Natore District, Navaly Church massacre, Nawabganj District, Netrokona District, Nilgiri (Leander) Class, Nilima Ibrahim, Nilphamari District, Other characters (Suikoden), P. C. Sorcar, Pabna District, Panchagarh District, Pasban e Sahaba, Patuakhali District, Pirojpur District, Punjabi Students Association, Puthi, Raja Ka Tal, Rajbari District, Rajshahi District, Rangamati District, Rangpur District, Rathong Glacier, Ratnajeevan Hoole, Richard William Timm, Richard de Zoysa, Rokeya Sakhawat Hussain, Round Table Conferences (India), Sadequain, Saifullah Khan, Sandwip, Satkhira District, Sayed Ali Ahsan, Seventh parliamentary election in Bangladesh, Shah Mohammad, Shahriyar Kabir, Shankaranarayana, Shardul class- Large Landing Ship Tank, Shariatpur District, Sherpur District, Shi'a view of Umar, Shishumar (Type 209) Class, Sholay, Shuvro Dev, Shwet Ashwas, Siddipet, Siladhara, Six point movement, Sourav Ganguly, Southland Balika, Sri Lankan Air Force, Sri Lankan Tamil diaspora, Sri Maha Bodhi, Sukanta Bhattacharya, Sylhet District, Talk:Angela Gomes, Talk:Ayub Bachchu, Talk:Deepak Perwani, Talk:Dino Shafeek, Talk:Ershad, (Singer), Talk:Fazle Lohani, Talk:Ghiyasuddin Azam Shah, Talk:Gopala (ruler), Talk:Gurunath Sengupta, Talk:Gurunath Vidyanidhi, Talk:Habibur Rahman, Talk:Hanif Sanket, Talk:Humayun Faridi, Talk:M A Hannan, Talk:Mahbub ul Haq, Talk:Mahmud Shah (Sultan of Bengal), Talk:Mainul Hosein, Talk:Matiur Rahman (journalist), Talk:Maulana Bhashani, Talk:Mian Mohammad Mansha, Talk:Miangul Jahan Zeb, Talk:Mir Ghaus Bakhsh Bizenjo, Talk:Mir Nawaz Khan Marwat, Talk:Mirza Ahmad Ispahani, Talk:Mirza Pandit Dhar, Talk:Mohiuddin Jahangir, Talk:Subhashini Ali, Talk:Tanvir Mokammel, Talk:Tareque Masud, Tangail District, Tata Indica, Ten Body Yoga, Tenali, Terrorist attacks carried out by LTTE, Thakurgaon District, Thottakkattu Madhaviamma, Thottekkattukara, Thurgood Marshall, Tirunelveli, Toddy tapper, Transport in India, Tropical cyclones in Bangladesh, Tyāgarāja, Udavum Karangal, University of Jaffna, Us Rah Par, Vaartha Bhaarathi, Varanasi, Vinod Gupta School of Management, Vishnupad Temple, Vivek Nagar, Yoga, Zainul Abedin * Expert attention needed (updated by bot) Choudhury was born on 1 March 1929, in Habiganj District, Bangladesh (then part of Assam) where his father Azhar Choudhury, a land owner, and his mother Nazmun Nesa Choudhury, a house wife resided.


people historical

Swadhikar, Swadeshbarta, Drishtikon, Daily Khowai, Habiganj Samachar, Janatar Dalil, Parikrama, fortnightly Prayas, The Daily Habiganjer Ayna and Mritika. Defunct local newspapers: monthly Moitri (1909), weekly Projapati (1909), Sree Sree Sonar Gauranga (1329 BS), Palli Bani (1940), weekly Shahid (1948), weekly Jagaran (1955), monthly Avijatrik (1966). People Historical figures * Sipahsalar Syed Nasiruddin was a dervish

Habiganj District

'''Habiganj''' (হবিগঞ্জ ''Hobigônj''), formerly Habibganj, was named after its founder, Syed Habib Ullah of Taraf fiefdom, is a district in the north-eastern part of Bangladesh. Between and thirteenth and early seventeenth centuries, Habiganj was part of the state of Nasirabad, which was established by Sipahisalar Syed Nasiruddin with its capital at Taraf. At present, it is a district of Sylhet Division.

Habiganj is the historical place where the Mukti Bahini started their first guerrilla movement against oppression of Pakistani Army. It is also the place full of memory of Syed Nasir Uddin (R), companion and sipahsalar of Hazrath Shah Jalal (R), the great saint of Bengal. Historically, Habibganj was a bazaar or ganj beside Khowai River established by Syed Habib Ullah, the son of Syed Hadayat Ullah. With the passage of time, Habibganj turned into Habiganj. During the British Raj, Habiganj was established as a Thana (police precinct) in 1790, under Dhaka district (1779–1793). Until 1896, Habiganj's administrative centre was in Court Andar, Laskarpur. On 12 September 1874 it came under Sylhet district (part of Assam). Habiganj was declared as subdivision in 1867. On 7 April 1893, according to the Notification no. 273 of Assam Provincial Government, Habiganj Thana (Administrative unit) was established. Habiganj was rejoined with East-Bengal (now Bangladesh) in 1911. Then the Office of the Circle Officer (Development) was established in 1960. Finally on 1 March 1984 Habiganj was established as a District.Sheikh Liaquat Ali is the current chairman of Habiganj. http: www.dchabiganj.gov.bd District%20Profile.htm

At present Habiganj consists of 8 upazilas, 6 municipalities, 36 wards, 77 union parishads, 124 mahallas, 1241 mouzas and 2076 villages. author Jayanta Sing Roy chapter Habiganj District url http: www.banglapedia.org HT H_0008.htm title Banglapedia: National Encyclopedia of Bangladesh editor Sirajul Islam and Ahmed A. Jamal publisher Asiatic Society of Bangladesh year 2012 edition Second

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