10 Unknown fact about Bangladesh

Bangladesh is located in South Asia, bordered by India to the north, east and west, and Myanmar to the southeast.

Bangladesh is the eighth most populous country in the world, with a population of over 165 million people as of 2021.

The national language of Bangladesh is Bengali, which is spoken by more than 98% of the population.

Bangladesh has a rich cultural heritage, with traditional art, music, dance, and literature dating back centuries.

The country is known for its delicious cuisine, which includes dishes such as biryani, samosas, and curries.

Bangladesh is home to the world's largest delta, the Sundarbans, which is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a habitat for the endangered Bengal tiger.

The Cox's Bazar beach in Bangladesh is the world's longest natural sea beach, stretching over 120 kilometers.

The national flower of Bangladesh is the water lily, while the national bird is the oriental magpie-robin.

Bangladesh is a major producer of textiles, particularly garments, and is the world's second-largest exporter of ready-made garments after China.

The country has made significant strides in social and economic development in recent years, with poverty rates declining and access to education and healthcare improving.