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Brahmanbaria

 Brahmanbaria District

 

The district in east-central Bangladesh. It is a part of the Chittagong Division. It was part of greater Comilla District until 1984. Before 1830 the Sarail Pargana was a part of Mymensingh district. The district has 4 municipalities, 39 wards, 97 mahallas, 8 upazilas, 98 union parishads, 1052 mouzas and 1329 villages.

Brahmanbaria was a part of Samatata Janapada of the ancient Bengal. The first and temporary capital of Isa Khan was at Sarail, located at 10 km north of Brahmanbaria Town. During the Mughal era, Brahmanbaria was famous for producing quality cloth Muslin.

Demography

Predominant occupation of the district is agriculture, though the number of industrial workers, service sector personnel and commercial officials are on the rise.

 

49.49% people of the district are male while 50.51% inhabitants are female.

The religious composition of the district is Muslim 90.73%, Hindu 9.07%, Buddhist 0.05%, Christian 0.04% and others 0.11%.

 

Religious Place :

The district of Brahmanbaria has 3986 mosques, 262 temples and 43 churches, Isa-e Church 01.

 

 

 

 
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