Makunda River

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The Makunda River is a branch of the Surma in Chhatak and Bishwanath Upazilas, Sunamganj District, Bangladesh. Many important places such as Rajagonj, Boiragi Bazar, Koro Para village, Singer Kach Bazaar, Lakeshbor, Buria and Jahidpur are established on the bank of the Makunda.

References[edit]

  • "Cry for Makunda river bridge in Sylhet remains unheard". The New Nation. 14 December 2015.

Coordinates: 24°49′26″N 91°39′12″E / 24.8238°N 91.6533°E / 24.8238; 91.6533