Synonyms for kathalia or Related words with kathalia
Examples of "kathalia"
has 6 Unions/Wards, 47 Mauzas/Mahallas, and 52 villages, including Analbania.
is located at . It has 23,904 households and a total area of 152.08 km².
() is an Upazila of Jhalakati District in the Division of Barisal, Bangladesh.
Analbania is a village in
Upazila, Jhalokati District in the Barisal Division of southern-central Bangladesh.
Amua is a village in
Upazila of Jhalokati District in the Barisal Division of southern-central Bangladesh.
According to the 1991 Bangladesh census,
had a population of 123,298. Males constitutde 50.02% of the population, and females 49.98%. The population aged 18 or over was 63,714.
has an average literacy rate of 50.9% (7+ years), compared to the national average of 32.4%.
Nidaya is a village in the Tripura, India. Seventy percent of the population work in agriculture, principally rice, in addition to potatoes, tomatoes, cabbage, and cauliflower. The village is bounded by Bhabanipur, to the south and
in the North.
Large villages Karimpur II CD were (2011 census figures in brackets): Dogachhi (20,845), Dhoradaha (8,750), Pipulkhola (5,953), Saguna (7,397), Natidanga (5,118), Char Moktappur (5,144), Fazil Nagar (10,844), Narayanpur (10,994), Sadipur (5,425), Topla (7,178), Thanapara (8,834), Kishorpur (4,035), Dakshin Gopalpur (8,880), Barbakpur (7,739), Goas (9,609), Rahamatpur (6,225), Mahish Bathan (9,831),
(6,911) and Marutia (4,270).
Large villages (with 4,000+ population) in Bhangar II CD Block (2011 census figures in brackets): Hat Gachha (5,882), Hadia (7,921), Dharmatala Pachuria (5,789), Swastayan Gachhi (6,966), Uriaparaur (4,893), Tona (8,914), Shyamnagar (5,078), Jaynagar (4,921), Naoabad (4,975), Pitha Pukuria (11,078), Jirangachhi (5,193), Benota (7,850), Chariswar (4,097), Bamunia (15,582), Saduli (4,230), Majherhat (7,797), Uttar Kasipur (10,782), Chandihat (5,272), Nanglapalpur (4,755), Bhogali (7,516), Nimkuria (5,604), Chalta Beria (4,167), Panapukur (5,770) and Uttar
The people of this district speaks in an informal Bangla dialect. Linguistically, it is connected to the districts of Feni and Lakshmipur as well as southern parts of the district of Comilla and Mirasarai Upazila of Chittagong district. Indian nationals of Tripura State also speak this simplified Bangla dialect.It is used as the lingua franca among the Indians of South Tripura District and it is also widely spoken in Gomati District & Sepahijala District of Tripura. Noakhali dialect is also understood & spoken by indigenous Tripuri Tribe & also Chakma,Mog(Marma),Reang etc.It is widely spoken in the places of Tripura namely Belonia, Manurmukh, Sabroom, Santirbazar,Joalibari,Baikhora,
,Barpathari,Trishna,Chandrapur,Garjee,Hrishyamukh,Satchand,Karbook,Natunbazar,Birchandra Manu,Rajnagar etc. Belonia is the Headquarter of South Tripura District which consists of three subdivisions namely Belonia, Santirbazar & Sabroom.
In Barisal District, a Hindu temple was set on fire in Nalchira Union of Gaurnadi Upazila. The Pinglakathi Sarbajaneen Durga Mandir was vandalized. On 5 March, miscreants tried to set fire to the Guthia Sarbajaneen Kali Mandir under Guthia union in Wazirpur Upazila. On the early hours of 6 March, a Kali temple was vandalized in Pakshia Union under Burhanuddin Upazila in Bhola District. The images of Kali and Mahadev were destroyed. In the evening at around 7:30 p.m., a Radha Krishna temple was set on fire in Batajor Village under Bamna Upazila in Barguna District. On 12 March at around 2:45 a.m., two Hindu houses on New Vatikhana Road in Barisal were set ablaze by unknown criminals. Locals doused the flames before spreading. In the early hours, burglars broke open a Radha Govinda temple in Kuripaika village of Patuakhali Sadar Upazila in Patuakhali District and stole the Madanmohan idol and 2.5 bharis of gold. On 4 April, Islamic fanatics torched down a Hindu temple at
Upazila under Jhalokati District.
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