Bangladesh produces and exports a large quantity of high quality tea. Most of the tea plantations are situated in the northeastern areas of the country, around Sylhet...
Nowadays it has been observed that the Nabaganga carries a major flow of the gorai-madhumatiMadhumati River river at Baradia. The Nabaganga is a meandering river but it shows no erosion tendency. The river is navigable and is under tidal influence, but the course from Chuadanga to Magura is navigable only in rainy season. The total length of the river is 230 km and the average width up to Magura is 200m and later part is 300m.
The water of the river is used for irrigation through pumps at various places from Chuadanga to Gazirhat. A flood protection embankment has been constructed on the right side of the river from Kalachandpur to Gazirhat. Chuadanga, Jhenaidaha, Magura, Binodpur, Naohata, Baradia, Gazirhat are some of the important places on the banks of the Nabaganga.