Essay On Rivers Of Bangladesh

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Short Essay on Bangladesh Rivers Or, The Rivers of Bangladesh Bangladesh is a land of rivers. The economic condition of Bangladesh is mostly connected with her rivers. The rivers of Bangladesh are undoubtedly wide. But they shrink in size for insufficiency of wither in dry seasons. With the heavy rainfall in the rainy season they become full to the brim and look terrible. The Padma, the meghna, the jamuna and the karnaphuli are the principal rivers of Bangladesh. Besides there 's, there are other small rivers of no less importance. All three rivers flowing through different districts of Bangladesh fall into the Bay of Bengal. In the rainy season these rivers swell to the brim and sometimes overflow their banks and inundate the adjoining fields. They then look like the vast…show more content…
Bangladesh is an agricultural country. Her river makes her soil fertile by depositions the silt carried by them of the land. Paddy and jute are the main crops of Bangladesh. Irrigation is essential for the bumper growth of these crops. So the water of these rivers is used for the purpose of irrigation by means of power-pumps or by digging canals. It is, therefore, evident that the economic condition of the cultivators largely depends on rivers. Many kinds of fish are around in the rivers of Bangladesh. These rivers are an inexhaustible source of supply of fish to her people. The fisherman of Bangladesh earns their livelihood by fishing in these rivers. They are entirely dependent on these rivers for their living. Rivers come to our use in many ways. We bathe in river water and drink it. They help to promote trade and commerce. We export and import commercial goods through river ways. Rivers are not unmixed blessings. They overflow their banks, because floods and damage crops, thus they also bring us untold miseries and misfortunes. The rivers of
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