Pathorghata

Pathorghata is a village of Bhangura Upazila in the District of Pabna, Bangladesh.

Geography

The land of this village is mainly flat land with a number of depressions called bill. The middle part of this village is higher than the rest of the parts. On the north the river Baral is flowing. A nearly extinguished river 'Mara Gang' is flowing across the village.

Demographics

Most of the people of this village is Muslim however a small number of Hindus live here. Hindus live in two spots near the central parts of this village called 'Hindu Para'. There are a number of mosques and three tmemples in pathorghara.

Administrative

Pathorghata is a vullage under the Per Bhangura uion. It comprises a number of paras: Mddhya Para, Bishi Para, Uttar Para, Chakra Para, Pashchim Para and Bagati Para.

Main Educational Institutes

Pathorghata Govt. Primary School, Araji Primary School, Rokonpur Primary School, Chakropara Primary School.

Remarkable Places

Baral River Bank, Pathorghata four storied mosque.

Renowned Personalities

Mohammad Ali, Moidan Hazi, Abed Ali.

ee also

References


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