Bangladesh (/ ˌ b æ ŋ l ə ˈ d ɛ ʃ /, Bengali: বাংলাদেশ, pronounced [ˈbaŋlaˌdeʃ] ), officially the People's Republic of Bangladesh, is a country in South Asia. It is the eighth-most populous country in the world, with a population exceeding 163 million people, in an area of 148,460 square kilometres (57,320 sq mi ...
From Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Simple English Wiktionary has a definition for: Bangladesh. Bangladesh (officially called People's Republic of Bangladesh) is a country in South Asia. It is next to the North-east Indian provincial regions of India, which converges with Southeast Asia to the east.
The borders of modern Bangladesh were established with the separation of Bengal and India in August 1947, when the region became East Pakistan as a part of the newly formed State of Pakistan following the end of British rule in the region.
- Ethnic groups
Demographics of Bangladesh Bangladesh population pyramid in 2020 Population161,376,708 Growth rate1.01% Birth rate17.71 births/1,000 population Death rate5.54 deaths/1,000 population Life expectancy72.72 years • male71.1 years • female74.4 years Fertility rate2.00 children born/woman Infant mortality rate24.73 deaths/1,000 live births Age structure 0–14 years27.21% 15–64 years67.61% 65 and over5.18% Sex ratio Total0.97 male/female At birth1.04 male/female Under 151.03 male/female 15...
The 2020 total population was 168,827,626 which makes Bangladesh the eighth-most populous country in the world.
The vast majority of Bangladeshis are of the Bengali ethno-linguistic group. This group also spans the neighboring Indian province of West Bengal. Minority ethnic groups include Meitei, Tripura, Marma, Tanchangya, Barua, Khasi, Santhals, Chakma, Rakhin people, Garo, Biharis, Oraons, Mundas and Rohingyas. Communities of Persian and Iranic peoples mainly reside in the city of Chittagong and are the descendants of migrants that immigrated during the Pakistani dominion over Bangladesh, and also from
- 17.71 births/1,000, population (2020 est.)
- 1.01% (2020 est.)
- 5.54 deaths/1,000, population (2020 est.)
- 161,376,708 (2018 est.)
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- Physical geography
- Human geography
- River systems
- Coastal systems
Bangladesh is a densely-populated, low-lying, mainly riverine country located in South Asia with a coastline of 580 km on the northern littoral of the Bay of Bengal. The delta plain of the Ganges, Brahmaputra, and Meghna Rivers and their tributaries occupy 79 percent of the country. Four uplifted blocks occupy 9 percent and steep hill ranges up to approximately 1,000 metres high occupy 12 percent in the southeast and in the northeast. Straddling the Tropic of Cancer, Bangladesh has a tropical mo
The physical geography of Bangladesh is varied and has an area characterised by two distinctive features: a broad deltaic plain subject to frequent flooding, and a small hilly region crossed by swiftly flowing rivers. The country has an area of 200,000 square kilometres and extends 820 kilometres north to south and 600 kilometres east to west. Bangladesh is bordered on the west, north, and east by a 4,095 kilometres land frontier with India and, in the southeast, by a short land and water fronti
Urbanisation is proceeding rapidly, and it is estimated that only 30% of the population entering the labour force in the future will be absorbed into agriculture, although many will likely find other kinds of work in rural areas. The areas around Dhaka and Comilla are the most densely settled. The Sundarbans, an area of coastal tropical jungle in the southwest and last wild home of the Bengal tiger, and the Chittagong Hill Tracts on the southeastern border with Burma and India, are the least den
Bangladesh has a tropical monsoon climate characterised by wide seasonal variations in rainfall, high temperatures, and high humidity. Regional climatic differences in this flat country are minor. Three seasons are generally recognised: a hot, muggy summer from March to June; a hot, humid and rainy monsoon season from June to November; and a warm-hot, dry winter from December to February. In general, maximum summer temperatures range between 38 and 41 °C. April is the hottest month in most ...
The rivers of Bangladesh mark both the physiography of the nation and the life of the people. About 700 in number, these rivers generally flow south. The larger rivers serve as the main source of water for cultivation and as the principal arteries of commercial transportation. Rivers also provide fish, an important source of protein. Flooding of the rivers during the monsoon season causes enormous hardship and hinders development, but fresh deposits of rich silt replenish the fertile but overwor
Bangladesh coastal areas are covering the south part of Bangladesh. The main rivers of Bangladesh derived from the Himalayas carry a high level of sediment and deposit it across the Bay of Bengal. This has led to major changes in the coastal region between 1989 and 2018. Over 30 years morphological changes many islands are losing land area. However, there has been an overall net gain in the land area due to the regular acceleration process in other parts of those islands. In the west, new island
Bangladesh's textile industry, which includes knitwear and ready-made garments (RMG) along with specialised textile products, is the nation's number one export earner, accounting for $21.5 billion in 2013 – 80% of Bangladesh's total exports of $27 billion.
Wikipedia se Bangladesh (Bengali: বাংলাদেশ), South Asia ka ek desh hain. Iski capital Dhaka hain. Iske parrosi desh India, Myanmar, China, Nepal aur Bhutan ityadi hain.
- "Amar Shonar Bangla (My Golden Bengal)"
Bangladesh reached two grim milestones of 160,000 cases and 2,000 deaths on 5 July and overtook France in terms of the number of cases two days later. The number of recoveries in the country exceeded the number of active cases on 12 July. Bangladesh is the third most affected country in South Asia, after India and Pakistan.
- Rural society
- Urban society
Bangladeshis are the citizens of Bangladesh, a South Asian country centered on the transnational historical region of Bengal along the eponymous bay. Bangladeshi citizenship was formed in 1971, when the permanent residents of the former East Pakistan were transformed into citizens of a new republic. Bangladesh is the world's eighth most populous nation. The vast majority of Bangladeshis are ethnolingustically Bengalis, an Indo-Aryan people who are predominantly Muslim. The population of Banglade
After Independence of Bangladesh in 1971, Bangladeshis, as a nationality, have been referred to by various terms: 1. Bangladeshis, the most widely used term to refer to the citizens of Bangladesh, comes from Bangladesh, and can be traced to the early 20th century. Then, the term was used by Bengali patriotic songs like Namo Namo Namo Bangladesh Momo, by Kazi Nazrul Islam, and Aaji Bangladesher Hridoy, by Rabindranath Tagore. 2. Bangalees, an exonym for Bengalis, was used between 1972 and 1978 by
The region of Bengal was settled by people of diverse origins, including Indo-Aryan, Dravidian, Tibeto-Burman and Austroasiatic ancestry, with the most ancient settlements traced back to 4000 YBP.
The basic social unit in a village is the family, generally consisting of a complete or incomplete patrilineally extended household and residing in a homestead. The individual nuclear family often is submerged in the larger unit and might be known as the house. Above the bari level, patrilineal kin ties are linked into sequentially larger groups based on real, fictional, or assumed relationships. A significant unit larger than that of close kin is the voluntary religious and mutual benefit assoc
In 2015, 34% of Bangladeshis lived in cities. Dhaka is the largest city in Bangladesh and one of the world's most populous megacities. Other important cities include Chittagong, Sylhet, Khulna, Rajshahi, Jessore, Barisal, Comilla, Narayanganj and Mymensingh. Most urban centers are rural administrative towns. Urban centers grew in number and population during the 1980s as a result of an administrative decentralization program that featured the creation of upazilas.
Bangladesh is noted for cultural pluralism within a Bengali Muslim majority. Traditional Bengali secularism has been an important contributor to the nation's society and ethos. The Bengali language is a fundamental element of Bangladeshi identity. It is a secular language which evolved between the 7th and 10th centuries, with an indigenous alphabet, and unites people of different faiths and regions. The Bengali Language Movement sowed the seeds of East Pakistani nationalism, ultimately culminati
- 24,600 (2006)
- 451,529 (2011)