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This Meghna River is one of the most important rivers in Bangladesh. It is also used for the formation of the Ganges delta, it is the largest in the world.

In addition, it is also part of the Meghna Surma river system and Meghna was formed within Bangladesh and connected by different rivers that would originate in the eastern regions and mountainous areas.

This river would meet the Padma river that would fall in the Chandpur district, then it would sink into the Bay of Bengal, which is present in the Bhola district, Regions of eastern India.

The river meets the Padma river in the Chandpur district. The river would flow into the Bay of Bengal in the district of Bhola.

Meghna Important tributaries include the Feni, Dhaleshwari and Gumti rivers. Meghna would travel to the Bay of Bengal through 4 mouths, namely Bamni, Tetulia, Hatia, and Shahbazpur.

It is one of the largest rivers and it flows to the borders of Bangladesh. From the bottom part, they would follow a straight path and had a very calm look.

This river is responsible for many deaths and killed 100 people, including MV Nasrin-1 and MV Salahuddin-2. It is very dangerous to go near Chandrapur. This river has a depth of 308 m which means 1,012 feet and a maximum depth of 1,620 feet.

From the origin of Bhola and Hatia, the deepest point is on the Meghna Creek River and that would reach 1998 feet.

The Course of Meghna River


This river is the distributaries of Brahmaputra and it is formed within Bangladesh. It is connected by the Kushiyara and Surma rivers and would come from the hilly regions of the East.

From the hydrographical point of view, these are also called Upper Meghna, and where they would join, known as the Lower Meghna.

The Safipur River is an offshoot of the Surma that creates one of the main rivers present near the district of Barisal and would create rivers 1.5 km wide in southern Bengal, it is one of the largest in the country and the Brahmanbaria District in Ghatalpur.

The Titas river would emerge through Meghna, then travel in wider curves of 240 km. It would be falling before Meghna and is closer to Nabinagar Upazila. This Titas would form the single flow by rejoining of Meghna. In Comilla, Daudkandi, Meghna would be joined through River Gomti, which was created by the amalgamation of many rivers.

It is one of the rivers that would reinforce Meghna many times and where it would increase the flow of water. You can also see the pair of bridges and it is the largest.

The Dakatua River is also one of the important parts of the Comilla district. Meghna would be strengthened by Dhaleshwari and it is actually before Chandpur. It is known that they have the name of the largest distributors. When the Padma rejoined the Jamuna River, Meghna would join them in the Chandpur district.

This is one of the main reasons why it is now called Lower Meghna. When the waters of the Padma River mix at the top of the Meghna, half of the river is clearly visible. It is one of the main parts that most attracts the attention of the people.

After the Chandpur, it would flow directly to the Bay of Bengal and this also in a straight line. In addition, it is reported that the Meghna River is forming another small river that includes Dhonagoda, Katalia, Pagli, and Udhamodi. All will flow through Meghana and join the mainstream. The western stream is known as Ilsha and East Bamni.

Also read: Causes of Floods in India

 

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