Turag River In Bangladesh

The river is a tributary of the Buriganga Turag tip, a major river in Bangladesh. The river originates in the Turag Bangshi, the latter one of the largest tributaries of the river flows through Dhaleshwari Gazipur District and binds to the Buriganga in Mirpur in Dhaka. It is navigable for ships throughout the year.

Flow illustrates the character of Dhaka is the Turag rich in fish but suffers from acute water pollution. Although there are attempts to extend some of the rivers, were, the majority of the industry has little trouble with the environmental law and has significantly discolored water needs to be.

Religious significance

Tablighi Jamaat, an Islamic origin of the popular movement in South Asia in Dhaka was first removed in the 1950s as Maulana Abdul Aziz and other leaders of the regional headquarters in the mosque near Ramna Park Kakrail. An initiative of the movement lies in the focus or “first principles”, two of which also ILM, the pursuit of knowledge, and dhikr or zikr, a method of prayer with the invocation repeated the hadith and Qur’an passages. To meet for that purpose, the emphasis on movement or assembly Bishwa Ijtema practice where members participate in the dhikr and to hear religious sermons and their activities.

The largest of the Bishwa Ijtema is eliminated by the river Turag in Tongi and pulls between Muslims 2-4000000 estimates each year as well as representatives from over sixty countries, making it the second-largest Muslim community after the pilgrimage.

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