A few Rajput tribes from his army permanently settled around Dhaka and surrounding lands.
North Bengal[ edit ] On a clear day, the snowy peaks of the Himalayas in Nepal and Sikkim can be seen from northern Bangladesh and Darjeeling district of West Bengal North Bengal is a term used for the north-western part of Bangladesh and northern part of West Bengal.
Darjeeling Hills are also part of North Bengal. North Bengal is divided into Terai and Dooars regions. Aside from the Bengali majority, North Bengal is home to many other communities including Nepalis, Santhal peopleLepchas and Rajbongshis.
The region is noted for its distinctive fertile highland terrain, extensive tea plantations, rainforests and wetlands. The Surma and Barak rivers are the geographic markers of the area. The city of Sylhet is its largest urban center, and the most spoken vernacular language in the region is the Sylheti dialect of Bengali.
The endonym of the region is Srihatta. It later became a district of the Mughal Empire. Alongside the predominant Bengali population resides a small Bishnupriya Manipuri minority. It includes the elevated Madhupur tract with a large Sal tree forest.
The Padma River cuts through the southern part of the region, separating the greater Faridpur region. In the north lies the greater Mymensingh and Tangail regions.
South Bengal covers the southern part of the Indian state of West Bengal and southwestern Bangladesh. The Indian part of South Bengal includes 12 districts: Southeast Bengal[ edit ] Cox's Bazar has the longest uninterrupted sea beach in the world Southeast Bengal    refers to the hilly and coastal Bengali-speaking areas of Chittagong Division in southeastern Bangladesh and the Indian state of Tripura.
Southeast Bengal is noted for its thalassocratic and seafaring heritage. The area was dominated by the Bengali Harikela and Samatata kingdoms in antiquity. It was known to Arab traders as Harkand in the 9th century. The Chittagonian dialect of Bengali is prevalent in coastal areas of southeast Bengal.
Along with its Bengali population, it is also home to Tibeto-Burman ethnic groups, including the ChakmaMarmaTanchangyaTripuri and Bawm peoples. Southeast Bengal is considered a bridge to Southeast Asia. Cox's Bazar in southeastern Bangladesh is home to the longest natural beach in the world and a growing surfing destination.
Martin's Islandoff the coast of Chittagong Division, is home to the sole coral reef in Bengal. Bengali villages are buried among groves of mangojack fruitbetel nut and date palm.
Ricejutemustard and sugarcane plantations are a common sight. Water bodies and wetlands provide a habitat for many aquatic plants in the Ganges-Brahmaputra delta.
The northern part of the region features Himalayan foothills Dooars with densely wooded Sal and other tropical evergreen trees. Sal woodland is also found across central Bangladesh, particularly in the Bhawal National Park. The Lawachara National Park is a rainforest in northeastern Bangladesh.
The Chittagong Hill Tracts in southeastern Bangladesh is noted for its high degree of biodiversity.Bengalis (বাঙালি), also rendered as the Bengali people, Bangalis and Bangalees, are an Indo-Aryan ethnic group native to the Bengal region in South Asia, specifically in the eastern part of the Indian subcontinent, presently divided between Bangladesh and the Indian states of West Bengal, Tripura, Assam's Barak Valley, who speak.
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