Rajair Destination Guide
Discover Rajair in Bangladesh!
Rajair in the region of Dhaka is a place located in Bangladesh - some 41 mi (or 67 km) South-West of Dhaka, the country's capital.
Local time in Rajair is now 04:12 AM (Tuesday). The local timezone is named "Asia / Dhaka" with an UTC offset of 6 hours. Depending on your mobility, these larger cities might be interesting for you: Dhaka, Paschim Samarsingha, West Naokhanda, Poschim Maijpara, Paschim Kamalapur or Barisal. When in this area, you might want to check out Rajair, Paschim Kalagachhia, Sutarkandi, Sobandi Dharaikandi, Dakshin Pakhulla and Shirkhara as well. We found some clips posted online. Scroll down to see the most favourite one or select the video collection in the navigation.
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Aluminum Boat by DESH Shipbuilding & Engineering Ltd in Bangladesh News at Independent TV Note: The original video length is 2 min 41 sec, please avoid the remaining part
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Interesting facts about this location
Rajoir is an Upazila of Madaripur District in the Division of Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Located at 23.21, 90.05 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 1 mi away.
Mohishtoli is a village in Gopalganj District, Bangladesh, part of Muksudpur Upazila. The village covers an area of 2.5 km, and is bordered by the villages of Nanikhir, Barovatra, Goalgram, Kasalia. Mohishtoli under Nanikhir Union parishad was established in 1856. The village consists of three wards and few mahallas. The village has a primary school, four Temples, and few community schools.
Bongram is a village in Gopalganj District, Bangladesh, part of Muksudpur Upazila. The village covers an area of 4 km, and is bordered by the villages of Jalirpar, Barovatra and others two. Bongram under Jalirpar Union parishad was established in 1840. The village consists of three wards and few mahallas. The village has a primary school, Eight Temples, and few community schools. Famous Kaligangar Mela (Kaliganga Fair) held in this village.
Nawkhanda is a village in Gopalganj District, Bangladesh, part of Muksudpur Upazila. The village covers an area of 3 km, and is bordered by the villages of Nanikhir, Barovatra, Pathorgatha and Kasalia, Goinary. Nawkhanda's main canal is the Hatashe Channel, locally called Nawkhanda Khall or Nanikhir Khall. The Bil Rout Canal at Jalirpar joins with the Hatashe Canal to the river Padma Nawkhanda under Nanikhir Union parishad was established in 1634.
Nanikhir is a village in Gopalganj District, Bangladesh, part of Muksudpur Upazila. It is part of the Nanikhir union, which consists of the villages of Nanikhir, Baro Vatra, Mohishtoli, Pathorghata, Goalgram, Bongram and Kazipara, and which is bordered by the unions of Jalirpar, Kasalia, Mosna and Gohala. The Hatashe Channel, locally known as Nanikhir Khall flows through the village to the Bil Rout canal at Jalirpar, and then the Padma River.
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