Baleshwari River

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The Baleshwari River is located in Bangladesh, forming part of the eastern border of Bagerhat District and the western border of Barguna District.[1] It borders on the east the largest mangrove forest in the world, in the Ganges-Brahmaputra delta, the Bangladesh part of which is set aside as the Sundarbans Reserve Forest. The Baleshwar River flows south into the Haringhata River, which flows into the Bay of Bengal.

Baleshwari River
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Baleshwar River
RegionBarisal Division
DistrictBagerhat District, Barguna District
Physical characteristics
SourceKaliganga River
 ⁃ coordinates22°44′03″N 89°59′50″E / 22.734102°N 89.997233°E / 22.734102; 89.997233
MouthHaringhata River (to the Bay of Bengal)
 ⁃ coordinates
22°29′25″N 89°58′48″E / 22.490253°N 89.980103°E / 22.490253; 89.980103Coordinates: 22°29′25″N 89°58′48″E / 22.490253°N 89.980103°E / 22.490253; 89.980103
Length146 km (91 mi)

See alsoEdit


  1. ^ Kamal, HM Khaled (2012). "Bagerhat District". In Islam, Sirajul; Jamal, Ahmed A. (eds.). Banglapedia: National Encyclopedia of Bangladesh (Second ed.). Asiatic Society of Bangladesh.