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Khagrachari (খাগড়াছড়ি) District


Khagrachari District

Khagrachari, part of Chittagong Division, is a district in south-eastern Bangladesh. The local name of Khagrachari is “Chengmi”. In addition, it is also renowned as Phalang Htaung  or the Mong Circle. Khagrachari town is the motherland of the Mong Chief . It is also considered as administrative headquarter of entire district.

Archaeological heritages includes Rajbari of the Mong Circle and Dighi of Dighinala. In addition, Mysterious Alumatia Hill (আলুটিলা পাহাড়ের রহস্যময় সুড়ঙ্গ), Richang waterfall(রিছাং ঝর্ণা), are Ramgarh Lake(রামগড় লেক) are few interesting places where you would definitely like to visit.






Division: Chittagong Division
Area: 2,699.56 km2
Location: 23.0417° North 91.9944° East
Border: Tripura (at north & north-west), Rangamati (at east & south), Chittagong (at south & west), and Feni river & Tripura (at west)
Major Rivers: Chengiচেঙ্গী), Myni(মাইনী), Feni(ফেণী)

Total Population: about .6 million
Male Population: 51%
Female Population: 49%
Population Density: 192/km2
Literacy rate: 44.07%

High Schools: 71
Colleges: 7
Polytechnic: 1
Primary Schools: 420

Total Upazilas: 8
Total Unions: 35
Total villages: 1,388
Total Police Stations: 9
Total Mouzas: 121
Main crops: Turmeric, pineapple, Paddy, corn, ginger
Main fruits: Papaya, pineapple, banana, mango, litchi, coconut, lemon.

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