Ratargul Amazon Forest in Sylhet

Ratargul Amazon Forest Nijhum shokhake noon Tantinirake kalale lonely dahooque On such a peaceful afternoon only the boat sits in the boat. In such a dark time, I was roaming around the night in Gowainghat of Sylhet, known as the Amazon of Bengal.

Ratargul Amazon Forest

Overnight, our country’s only ‘Freshwater SWAMP Forest’ or Jawaban. This swamp forest is the only recognized country from Sylhet, about 26 kilometers away. The location of this waterfall is in Fatehpur union of Gowainghat upazila on the border of Sylhet district.

Govain River, which flows down from Meghalaya on the north, is a huge Haor in the south. ‘Jababan’ nightlife in the middle According to Wikipedia’s data, there are only 22 sub-allergens in the world. There are two Indian subcontinent, one in Sri Lanka and another in our nightglow.

Anandasundara huge forest is compared to the only Amazon Amazon Although known as Rainforest, the world’s largest swamp forest, but the Amazon Just like the Amazon Swamp, freshwater forests are ours.

The local language of Sylhet known as Murta or Patigacha ‘Ratagacha’. According to the name of the head or night, this forest has been named Rataragul Like amazon, most parts of the plant are in the range of four to seven months a year, under water. The water of the Meghalaya falls into the river Gwain, and there is a narrow section of the canyon that floods the water and floods the whole night. There is almost always water in the monsoon season (May – September). It happens in the winter, and like ten forests, the leaves are dry-dry. And the small canals become the capital of Mithopath. And then the aquatic creatures are sheltered in the lonely large docks of forest department.

The odd water state in the rainy season. The water in the water is submerged down to the waist. Those little ones, they are again submerged in half of the body, in the water. Looks like fishermen have got fishing nets. Due to dense vegetation, it would be dark to see the whole forest. Occasionally the stalks of trees will be blocked. They have to move the way with their hands. But in the rainy season the forest will be very careful. Because natragulas are snake barks. Increasing water in the rainy season, the snake charming leaves on the tree.

According to forest department- the size of this forest is 3,325 decimal 61 acres. Of these 504 acres of forests were declared wild animals sanctuary in 1973. There are about 25 species of hybrid plants in this forest. Though the forests, the forest department has tolerated tolerant plants of various species including rattan, kadam, hijal, and murtas. Among the snakes in the night, there are many species of poisonous people, including goblins in the snake. During the rainy season, water is entered into the forest and these snakes get up on the trees.

In the forest, various species of wild animals like Matsubagh, Squirrel, Monkeys, Eggs, Bunville, Beggi, Fox Tengra, Khilisha, Ritha, Pabda, Maya, Aid, Kalbaus, Rui and many more species are found in this forest. Among the birds are white boars, kani boats, fish seeds, tia, bulabuli, pakuburi, jhupi, dew, chil and lightning. In the winter, all the huge vultures come in the winter. And along the long path, all the species of birds with balhhans, by throwing the base, In the dry season, when you take a dip in the dump, the birds will fly you through the jharka. The scene is really rare!

There is more than karachi in the trees. Hijale fruit is bayake Bots will also be seen occasionally. And in the south of the forest, the dominant tree of Murta (Patti) The forest department has set up a large part of the nightclub commercially. Murda is cooler ribbon. Murtaza is in the opposite side of the river. Apart from this, there are two big haors called Shimul Bil Haor and Bil Haor.

The wonderful world below the water

Experiencing the experience of seeing trees lying under the transparent water of haor in the rainy season In the winter the forest is different. Along with the water, the statue and the jute cane gardens awakened immediately. That beauty is another way! The forest is thus drowning in water for four to seven months a year. Boro cutle can be seen in another appearance. Then the small nostrils inside the forest will be turned on the path to the legs. Walking along the path can be easily wandered.

To enter the night into the forest, the dingo is pressed into the boat. Once the boat is in the forest and there is no talk! Two words will take you to express your feelings, you are saying, “I am fascinated”! And the Bonus will be an excellent way to get the night away from Gwain river, especially in the rainy season. Apart from this, along with the scenery around the river, you will see the high mountain of Mizoram in India.

How to go

Night walks can be seen in several ways. But the way you go, you have to go from Sylhet.

The first way – from Sylhet to Jaflong – reaching Gowainghat directly through Sarighat on Tamabil road. After that, the trawler will be rented for going to the Nightingale Battat office, from Grounding Ghat, between 900 – 1500 (coming and going) and takes two hours. Dithe boats should be entered into the forest and they will have to enter the forest.

The second way is to reach Gowainghat with CNG from Amberkhana point of Sylhet, rent will be 500 taka. This road made by Osmani Airport-Salikikar is very beautiful in the rainy season. Then similarly the trawler will be rented from Gowing Ghat to Rataragul Bit office, rent between 800 – 1500 rupees (coming and going) and takes two hours. Dithe boats should be entered into the forest in the office and it will take 200 to 300 rupees for the hour.

In more ways, you can reach Ratrangul – Sylhet’s Amberkhana point will reach Motghat (via Shah Bazar) with CNG, it will take 200-300 taka and it will take hours at a time. Then go straight to the forest with a dinghy boat from the motor vehicle, it will cost 200-300 rupees per hour.

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