Charbhadrasan Upazila

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Charbhadrasan
চরভদ্রাসন
Upazila
Skyline of Charbhadrasan, Faridpur, Bangladesh (clockwise from top):Central Shaheed Minar, Charbhadrasan Central Masque, Charbhadrasan Pilot High School, Jute Field, Gopalpur Ghat of Padma, Charbhadrasan Govt. College, Upazila Nirbahi Officer’s Office.
Skyline of Charbhadrasan, Faridpur, Bangladesh (clockwise from top):Central Shaheed Minar, Charbhadrasan Central Masque, Charbhadrasan Pilot High School, Jute Field, Gopalpur Ghat of Padma, Charbhadrasan Govt. College, Upazila Nirbahi Officer’s Office.
Charbhadrasan is located in Bangladesh
Charbhadrasan
Charbhadrasan
Location in Bangladesh
Coordinates: 23°33.5′N 90°5′E / 23.5583°N 90.083°E / 23.5583; 90.083Coordinates: 23°33.5′N 90°5′E / 23.5583°N 90.083°E / 23.5583; 90.083
Country  Bangladesh
Division Dhaka Division
District Faridpur District
Establishment 1914 CE
Area
 • Total 141.59 km2 (54.67 sq mi)
Elevation 8 m (29 ft)
Population (1991)
 • Total 69,876
 • Density 494/km2 (1,280/sq mi)
Time zone BST (UTC+6)
Postal code 7810
National calling code +880
Calling code 0631
Website Official Map of Charbhadrasan

Charbhadrasan or Char Bhadrasan (Bengali: চরভদ্রাসন) is an Upazila of Faridpur District in the Division of Dhaka, Bangladesh.[1]

Charbhadrasan the name: Forty decade of the nineteenth century. The Syad Ahammad Brelabhi Spark of youth movement of the Ohabi dedicated life. The fire passions Makim Saradar consciousness. Makim was the head footer & headman of Faridpur's jamindar Kanai Shikdar. Makima carancalera farmers are organized. Is to provide tax. It is driven Tagore's nayeba gomasatma. Lathiyala excited overload sends his team organized. They were defeated and driven out makimera team. He spoke of his makima Char area. Requested the British government to take measures to biramnaddhe makimera overload. GI tell the asamudra Himachal flame war. British army moves to curb makimake. Lathira suramna with the gun fight. Mahima sadalabale was defeated and captured. Abala old English village on the edge of banitake dbapamatmare sent. He was killed in battle makima. Makima saradarera killed after being landed in a decent group of people - from the outset. The area has janasramnati tadanimatmana British government bureaucrats kalektareta high Charbhadrasa that the ships anchor at a place called kalyanapura. The area is bhayabhiti kalyanapurera people. After some days the people of his area and took the sahebake. Sahebadera food, dishes kosana sababaraha and hospitality of the minds. The idea was sahebadera caranjalera savage people, and idara lathiyala nature. I'm glad they are using the name of the people, and Mitt Charbhadrasan.

History[edit]

Padma rebel broken - build a surge of pain in the chest and down the city in memory of standing Charbhadrasan 4 kimi away. 06 years since the partition of Bengal 1911. Padma River, forcing the pirates killed - kharabira extreme conditions prevailing. But the background of the Year at the char salepur was established after the breakdown of a police phari carasalepura. It was established in 1914 during the First World War bibhisikamaya scary Charbhadrasan station. In 1954, the Padma fell chobale 05-minute interval in the wind in front of the police headquarters byathatura catch the eyes of the audience. Carahajiganje office is transferred to the police station. In 1977 it was moved again to 09 adjoining acres bhukhandera on the market today Charbhadrasan loharatekh River. The town has a grip on catastrophic child, ground, building. I have been away from the bottomless gahabara. Chinnamula farmers are tempted to incur the pain of the arrow. Calisera decades of the nineteenth century. The next ohabi ahammada brelati agnisphulinge the youth movement dedicated to the life of society. At the Enliven makima saradarera consciousness. Kanai was makima pharidapurera the overload region sikadarera Tagore's peyada and boss. Makima organize farmers carancalera. Is to provide tax. Tagore's nayeba gomasta is driven. Lathiyala excited overload sends his team organized. They were defeated and driven out makimera team. It is independent of the Char area makima. Requested the British government to take action against overload makimera. British army moves to curb makimake. The gun battle began with a stick. Makima sadalabale was defeated and captured. British troops were sent to the village on the edge of abala banitake dbipantare old. Makimake killed. The overload their choice of decent people in the class at the outset of the game. Caramakima was a village. But the Padma River sarbagrasi bhangane absorb it.

The legs of the circuit - the local people diksaya novice. In 1968, the college was established Charbhadrasan. Tadanimatmana SD Alhaj ejedaema night ekamatma Abedin's personal efforts and establishing dedicated to the life of the College Principal, Mr. ayaharamnala and former government was established under the leadership of Mr. MP gentlemen. The establishment of the direct and indirect emaenae Mr. eyada. HOWLADER and emaenae eyada of Adel. They contribute to the bakaula. Suramna released in February 1971. Late Mr. Jalal Uddin led to a muktiyoddhera team is composed of the districts. They have to be taken to a camp in the current management and the agricultural and residential to office - is in koyatare. Year, as well as for the overall management of a committee is formed. Faridpur Sadar Upazila in the district with a song called nararatek board in front of pakasenadera samare and the one who has the courage taramnana Mr. Yunus. In the foreground was the commander of Mr. Jalal Uddin ahammed. In 1983, the Upazila up - grade districts are rupamatmarita. Jenabela mahababatajana caudhura Major (Retd), the up - geda namaphalaka unveiled. As the executive officer, Mr. K. M. Nuramnala on 1 January 1983 in Huda joined. In 1985, the 1st Assembly elections, Mr. Md. Abul Hossain was appointed as the chairman. In this way up - as well as the grade of the development activities through janapratinidhira is suramna. Su - In the 19 years since the 008 is currently the Chairman of the Council of the Assembly elections in the former re-elected as Chairman of the Council has been involved in the activities.

Great Sharat Chandra Tikadar was born in this upazila. He was as well as a doctor (Ayurveda), social worker and was the member of district board. Only one son of Sheikh Abdur Rob Mia, Designer Mohammad Golam Mostafa.Also known as Mostafa Al Sheikh (مصطفى الشيخ) born in 13 June 1982, in this upazila.

Geography[edit]

Charbhadrasan is located at 23°33′30″N 90°05′00″E / 23.5583°N 90.0833°E / 23.5583; 90.0833 . It has 12415 households and total area 141.59 km². The Geographical position: Charbhadrasan size of a small area. Padma was happy to note that it depends on the size and range. North - South travel through the Doha lauhajam Harirampur in the east - Sadarpur the south, in the south - west of Nagarakanda and west - north - Faridpur Sadar Upazila.

Demographics[edit]

As of the 1991 Bangladesh census, Charbhadrasan has a population of 69876. Males constitute 51.36% of the population, and females 48.64%. This Upazila's eighteen up population is 34758. Charbhadrasan has an average literacy rate of 20.5% (7+ years), and the national average of 32.4% literate.[2]

Administration[edit]

Charbhadrasan has 4 Unions/Wards, 25 Mauzas/Mahallas, and 129 villages.Administration Charbhadrasan thana was established in 1914 at Charsalehpur. It was turned into an upazila in 1983. The upazila consists of 4 union parishads, 27 mouzas and 138 villages.

See also[edit]

Faridpur district consists of 9 upazilas:

  1. Alfadanga Upazila
  2. Bhanga Upazila
  3. Boalmari Upazila
  4. Charbhadrasan Upazila
  5. Faridpur Sadar Upazila
  6. Madhukhali Upazila
  7. Nagarkanda Upazila
  8. Sadarpur Upazila
  9. Saltha Upazila

References[edit]

  1. ^ Masud Reza (2012). "Char Bhadrasan Upazila". In Sirajul Islam and Ahmed A. Jamal. Banglapedia: National Encyclopedia of Bangladesh (Second ed.). Asiatic Society of Bangladesh. 
  2. ^ "Population Census Wing, BBS.". Archived from the original on 27 March 2005. Retrieved 10 November 2006.