Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Dinajpur: River Dhepa


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Sunday, 23rd May 2010

river dhepa, dhepa nodi, dinajpur, bangladesh

This time I'm going to tell you about another river from my country, Bangladesh. Its river Dhepa. A river from north Bengal. During my Dinajpur tour, I have found the river. More precisely its near to the famous "Kantajew Temple" of Dinajpur.

river dhepa, dhepa nodi, dinajpur, bangladesh

River Dhepa is originated from the river Atrai, and then it falls at the river Punarbhaba. This is a shallow river, and the average depth of the river was around 2-4 feet. The length of the river is around 40 kilometer(according to wikipedia).

river dhepa, dhepa nodi, dinajpur, bangladesh

The river is itself beautiful. The two banks of the river make it more beautiful due to the various kinds of crops fields. Main crop field I can say is corn, but there were others like paddy, and some vegetable fields.

river dhepa, dhepa nodi, dinajpur, bangladesh

The water of the river is not muddy, its clear. Due to the shallowness of the river, you can easily see the bottom of the river easily. Also there are some very small mound of soil is visible throughout the whole river. Some mound contains green plants.

river dhepa, dhepa nodi, dinajpur, bangladesh

Another beauty of the river is, the nest of the bird "Kingfisher" at the bank of the river. There are some places where the banks are too high. At the soil, the kingfisher birds made their nest. Its a lovely scene. Cause the blue kingfisher is one of my favorite birds. They are not only gorgeous to see, but also exciting when they are about to catch a fish from the water.

river dhepa, dhepa nodi, dinajpur, bangladesh

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