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Interesting Facts about Bangladesh
Bangladesh Interesting Facts
Bangladesh, officially the People's Republic of Bangladesh, is a country in Asia. Here are some interesting facts about Bangladesh:
One of the world's longest beaches is in Bangladesh.
Bangladesh has over 700 rivers that run through it.
Bangladesh is referred to as "The Land of Six Seasons" with good cause. There are six distinct seasons in the nation: summer, monsoon, autumn, late autumn, winter, and spring. Each season has unique qualities, and the Bengali calendar designates a celebration for each one. While the winter is cloudy and has shorter days, the summer is warm and bright. Unsurprisingly, the rainy season is just that - rainy. King, commonly known as spring, is well-liked by the public. The flowers are at their fullest and smell their best.
Farming is what the vast majority of people do. Around 70% of the population is thought to be engaged in agriculture. Agriculture is the primary source of income for many Bangladeshi households and the main employer.
The second-fastest river in the world, after the Amazon, is in Bangladesh. Padma is the name of it.
The left hand is seen as impure in Bangladesh. When eating, sharing food, or distributing business cards, the right hand is employed.
Before 1971, Bangladesh did not exist as a nation. The Bengal area was dominated by a number of Indian, Turkic, and Mughal rulers over the years, in addition to the British.
One of the largest bank robberies in recent memory was committed against the Bangladesh Central Bank in February 2016. Hackers attempted to steal almost $1 billion through 35 smaller SWIFT Network transactions passing through the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
Bangladeshi people don't typically smile since they view it as a sign of immaturity.
In the native Bangla language, the term Bangladesh refers to "The People of Bengal". Bangladesh People's Republic is the nation's full name.
Bangladesh ranks eighth in the world in terms of population, with a total of 156.6 residents.
The Royal Bengal tiger is Bangladesh's national animal. It may be heard roaring up to three kilometers distant.
Bangladesh's most popular sport is cricket. The national cricket squad of Bangladesh competed in the 1999 Cricket World Cup. It was granted Test status in 2000, which is a distinction in international cricket.
The Saka Haphong in the Mowdok Range's southeast is Bangladesh's highest peak. It is 1,052 m (3,451 ft) tall.
The national sport of Bangladesh is kabaddi.
Rabindranath Tagore wrote the lyrics of the country's hymn.
The Magpie Robin, also known as Doyel or Doel, is Bangladesh's national bird.
Bangladesh's low height prevents the ground from ever freezing. In Jessore during the winter of 2011, a low of 4.5°C set the record for the lowest temperature ever.
In Bangladesh, 30% of people are considered to be poor. The general quality of life in the nation has been rising, nevertheless.
Rocks are in low supply in Bangladesh for building. To utilize as rocks during building, they manufacture bricks and smash them.