Synonyms for sreenagar or Related words with sreenagar

birampur              barishal              gurudaspur              lakshmipur              madhabpur              pirojpur              hakimpur              munshiganj              jibanpur              shibganj              pratappur              bajitpur              lalpur              bahadurpur              jinaidaha              gokulpur              maheshpur              puraini              kashinathpur              bhagwanpur              kalaroa              fultala              shankarpur              belkuchi              jhalokathi              kalihati              ramkrishnapur              patgram              begumganj              bagherhat              hobiganj              baheri              budhana              osmanpur              barhamganj              kustia              ramchandrapur              laxmipur              dumariya              nabiganj              sankarpur              manikchhari              chainpur              moulvibazar              prasadpur              hasanpur              shekhpura              sonbarsa              kalikapur              belgachhi             

Examples of "sreenagar"
Keraniganj, sirajdikhan and Sreenagar upazilas on the east,
Sreenagar has 14 Unions/Wards, 102 Mauzas/Mahallas, and 147 villages.
Sreenagar () is an Upazila of Munshiganj District in the Division of Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Sreenagar is located at . It has 36344 households and total area 202.98 km².
As of the 1991 Bangladesh census, Sreenagar has a population of 205797. Males constitute 49.88% of the population, and females 50.12%. This Upazila's eighteen up population is 99514. Sreenagar has an average literacy rate of 39.1% (7+ years), and the national average of 32.4% literate.
The city also includes the localities of Malancha, Kodalia , Subhashgram, Boral, Sonarpur, Bose pukur, Nandan, Srirampur, New Garia, Chak Garia, Techno City, Panchpota, Model Town, Tentulberia, East Tentulberia, Ramgarh, Briji, Sreenagar, Panchasayar, Balia, Fartabad, Ramchandrapur, Bidyadharpur, Kalikapur etc.
In post-Aurangzeb era, during the time of Nawab Murshid Quli Khan, Bikrampur was divided into eight taluks – "Bhagyakul", "Sreenagar", "Maijpara", "Sinhapara", "Taltala", "Sirajdikhan", "Louhojong" and "Baligaon". Each taluk was represented by one Zamindar. Muhammad Azim Khan became the Zamindar of Louhajong. Gobinda Prasad Roy became the Zamindar of Maijpara.
Firoze Noon was born in Samspur, Sreenagar, Munshiganj on January 4, 1946. His father late Mozammel Hossain, popularly known as Suba Miah was for sometimes President of Kolapara Union of Bikrampur. His mother late Sufula Begum (Chappa) was the granddaughter of Khan Bahadur Khabirullah.
As of the 1991 Bangladesh census, Munshiganj district, formerly a subdivision under Dhaka district, was established in 1984. It consists of 6 upazilas, 67 union parishads, 662 mouzas, 906 villages, 18 wards, 73 mahallas and 2 municipalities. The upazilas are gazaria, tongibari, serajdikhan, lohajang, sreenagar and munshiganj sadar. Munshiganj is one of famous district in Bangladesh and it has great reputation.
Durganagar has seen its boost up to access easier transporting communication by means of BELGHORIA EXPRESSWAY which is ply through it. Now anybody from Durganagar easily go to Howrah, Bally Hault, Dankuni, Kona Expressway, Dunlop, Dakhineswar, 1no Airport Gate, Madhyamgram, Rajharhat, Saltlake (Sector-V) and different other places through bus, taxi and other vehicles ply on this road. Other area people also access this road to different places from its bus stops Sreenagar–Durganagar and Badra–Durganagar.
Islam was born on 23 October 1941 at Shomoshpur village in Sreenagar upazila of Munshiganj to Mosleh Uddin Khan and Shayesta Khanom. He was the eldest among four brothers and three sisters. His father was a service holder at Jamshedpur, India. At the age of 16, his father died. He got a job at the office of his uncle, the then auditor general of Pakistan. He was a member of the theatre organisation "Krishti Sangha".
Choudhury was born in the village of Baroikhali under the Sreenagar thana in the district of Munshigonj. He is the eldest of the nine brothers and four sisters to their parents Hafizuddin Chowdhury and Asia Khatun. In his early life, he liked to build his career as a novelist, but his father wanted him to join the civil service after a degree in Economics. On a note of compromise, he enrolled with the English department at the University of Dhaka after an intermediate of arts degree, obtained in 1952 from Notre Dame College, preceded by his matriculation from St. Gregory's High School in 1950. He received his MA degree in 1956 and taught briefly at Haraganga College in Munshiganj and Jagannath College in Dhaka. He completed his post-graduate diploma in English Studies at The University of Leeds , the UK and obtained his doctorate in English from Leicester University, the UK.
Garia (Bengali:গড়িয়া) is a neighbourhood in south Kolkata, India. It includes the localities of Kanungo Park, Srirampur, New Garia, Chak Garia, Garia Park, Baghajatin, Baishnabghata-Patuli, Techno City, Panchpota, Model Town, Ganguly Bagan, Tentulberia, East Tentulberia, Ramgarh, Briji, Kamalgazi, Mahamayatala, Boral, Sreenagar, Nayabad, Panchasayar, Balia and certain parts of New Ajaynagar. It is bounded by Jadavpur to the north, Bansdroni/Tollygunge to the north-west, Santoshpur to the north-east, Narendrapur/Sonarpur to the south and Mukundapur to the east. The southern part of the Eastern Metropolitan Bypass runs through the heart of the region. It is also represented by an important, ever-busy, and ever-crowded traffic junction from where a variety of public transports ply in different directions, making it a principal spot of south Kolkata.