It is almost impossible to explain in writing to those who have not grazed. Natural disasters, including storm surges, are a daily occurrence in the Char Sea Basin, where there are no safety roads or barricades. Twice in 24 hours, at low tide, the whole char becomes part of the sea, this Kazir Char in Monpura upazila of Bhola district is a place where the only educational institution is Mazar Ishkul.
There are no civic amenities here, how people fight and survive here is an endless wonder. Our experience is that when the mothers of the picture come in front of the school, the tide starts to rise. Since we have left Dhaka, he explained to us that we should give it to the mothers first so that they can go before the tide rises or we will have to wait for a few hours.
Their advice was nice, we listened tothem. In this way everyone was returning home in a saree way. There was a great smile on the side of the hijab, there was prayer for us. In this picture you can see a river flowing, there are high hills beside the river, small boats are tied up on the banks of the river, tourists come and go by boat,this river name is Sangu River,Rangamati, a small town located amongst the green hills,This is what makes it a prime Bangladesh hill destination.It is the administrative headquarter of the Rangamati Hill District, the largest district of Bangladesh and located some 77 kilometres away from Chittagong. For long time Rangamati has been a prime Bangladesh tourist destination for its location, scenic beauty, colourful tribal people,
Rangamati is situated in the Chittagong Division. It is surrounded by the Tripura state of India to the north, Bandarban District to the south.