A Short Documentary on KUSHTIA. History and Information. All in One Video.
History and Information of Kushtia
Kushtia is one of the districts of Bangladesh. The area of which is 1621.25 square kilometers. The total population of this district is 1946838. Of them, males are 973518, which is 50.01% of the total population and 973320 females, 49.99% of the total population. The population density is 1210 / sq km. The main profession of the district is agriculture. There are also people of all occupations, including business day laborers.
Kushtia district was under the control of Natore zamindar in 1725. In the year 1776, the East India Company included Kushtia in Jessore district. In 1871 Kushtia subdivision with Kumarkhali and Khoksa thanas was included in the Nadia. Originally the Kushtia district came into existence in 1947.
North-west of Kushtia district and Rajshahi, Natore and Pabna districts in the north, Jhenaidah district on the south, Meherpur and Chuadanga districts on the west and Rajbari district on the east.
There is a difference of opinion among historians about how the name Kushtia came from. The most supported opinion is that jute was produced in a lot of time at Kushtia. Jute was called 'Kosta' or 'Kusha' in the local language, from which the name Kushtia came. There are also several more common locally available views.
The name of the famous people of Kushtia district is named after him whose name is Baul Emperor Fakir Lalon Shah. Although there are differences in his birth profile
After this it is to say that the renowned literary writer of the poem Mirza Mosharraf Hossain, who was born in Kushtia, was the author of the famous poisonous Sindhu, Zamindar Darpan.
There are also Mohini Mill's founder Mohini Mohan. Kangal Harinath Majumder, known as Sebi in the social revolution, is known as Sebi. During World War II, Radha Binod Pal, who served as the Chief Judge of the International Military Court, Parri Sundari, leader of the Blue Revolt of Kushtia region The great British people, such as Baghpatin, were born in this Kushtia.
Kushtia, a renowned artist of independent Bangla Betar Kendra, Abdul Jabbar, Anwar Uddin Khan, Ustad Ate Motaleb, Nargis Parvin, Farida Parvin, Khalid Hossain, Timir Nandi, Sufia Monowar, Milton Khandaker, Ratan Khandakar and SI Tutul, were born in Kushtia. This Kushtia was born in theater like Sujata, Raju Ahmed, Ahmed Sharif, Afroza Banu, Salahuddin Lavlu, Masum Reza, Ferdous Hassan.
Kushtia has many tourist spots available. Which includes Rabindranath Tagore's Kuthibari.
There is the shrine of Baul emperor Lalon Shah
Mir Mosharraf Hossain's Bastavita
Zhaudiya Shahi Mosque
Gopinath Jyu Temple
Mohini Mill ..
Kushtia has been an undisputed identity of Bangladesh's cultural capital since its inception. The biggest cultural organization of the region is the Samimal Theater.
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