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Mymenshing

 Mymensingh 

 

Mymengingh (Town) was earlier called Nasirabad. It stands on the bank of the Brahmaputra. Administration Mymensingh district was established in 1787. Later on it was divided into six districts viz. Tangail, Jamalpur, Mymensingh, Kishoreganj, Sherpur and Netrokona. 

Historical events Fakir and Sannyasi revolt (1772-1790, flood (1787), famine (1788), earth quack (1897) and Swadeshi Movement (1905). Mymensingh possesses rich literary heritage recognized through the world. The mainmansingha gitika (ballads) collected and edited by Dr. Dinesh Chandra Sen represents a valuable treasure in the world literature and has been translated into English and French.

Population: 4439017; male 50.62%, female 49.38%; Muslim 94.73%, Hindu 4.25%, Christian 0.75%, Buddhist 0.06% and others 0.21%; ethnic nationals (0.89% of total population) Garo, Hajong, Koch and Hadi.

City Population: 225811; male 51.91%, female 48.09%; density of population per sq km 10392 per sq km.

Thanas: bhaluka, dhobaura, fulbaria, gaffargaon, gauripur, haluaghat, ishwarganj, mymensingh sadar, muktagachha, nandail, phulpur, trishal;

Wards: 21

Religious Place :

Mosque 7392, temple 415, church 44;Isa-e Church 01.

 

 
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