Tea garden worker
Sylhet region has most of the Tea gardens of Bangladesh. The city is noted for its picturesque rolling hills, such as the Jaintia and Khasia hills. Sylhet is also famed for its tea gardens, pineapple gardens and orange gardens most notably those in the Moulvibazar area.

M.A.G. Osmani

Muhammad Ataul Gani Osmani
Born 1 September 1918
Sunamganj, Sylhet, Bangladesh (then part of India) Died 16 February 1984 Nationality Bangladeshi Occupation General and Supreme Commander of the Bangladesh Armed Forces and Mukti Bahini.
Muhammad Ataul Gani Osmani, better known as General M.A.G. Osmani was the Supreme Commander of the Mukti Bahini and Bangladesh Armed Forces (Bangladesh Shena Bahini) during the Bangladesh Liberation War.

Dargah-e-Shah Jalal (Tomb)

Dargah-e-Shah Jalal
The Shrine of Hazrat Shah Jalal: Sylhet had been the believers' destination down the ages. Consecrated by the great Muslim Saint, Hazrat Shah Jalal (R.A.) is said to have brought the message of Islam to the region. At a short distance lies shrine of another great saint Hazrat Shah Paran (R.A.), who is said to be a nephew of Hazrat Shah Jalal (R.A.).
Location: Dargah Gate,
Sylhet, Bangladesh.


Sylhet Division: Habiganj • Maulvibazar • Sunamganj • Sylhet
Sylhet (Srihatta) division is the Northeastern division (bibhag) of Bangladesh, named after its main city, Sylhet. It is bounded by Meghalaya State of India on the north, Tripura State on the south, Assam State of India on the east and Dhaka and Chittagong divisions on the west.
Sylhet (Sylheti: Silôţ Bengali: Sileţ), previously Shilhat, Sreehatta, and Jalalabad, is a major city in north-eastern Bangladesh. It is the capital of Sylhet Division and Sylhet District. Located on the northern bank of the Surma River and surrounded by the Jaintia, Khasi and Tripura hills, Sylhet is nestled among picturesque tea plantations and lush green tropical forests.


Ramakrishna Math and Ramakrishna Mission
Ramakrishna Mission Road,
Tikatuly, (near Ittafaq moor)
Dhaka 1203, Bangladesh
Phone: 880-2-955 3703, 956 4055 & 956 4055
Fax: 880-2-717-0888
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