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Grupos Beta

Grupos Beta (Beta Groups) is a service by the National Institute of Migration (INM) of Mexico offering water, medical aid, and information to immigrants at risk. The first Grupos Beta was started in Beta Tijuana in 1990. Grupo Beta’s primary role is to protect the Human Rights of migrants regardless of their immigration status as stated in their moto, “vocation, humanitarianism and loyalty.” Grupo Beta’s primary training is in providing first aid, social services, access to shelters, search and rescue, and have specialized training in water and air rescue services. Grupos Beta provide transportation aid to get migrants back home and stress they do not provide transportation aid to migrants to get into the United States. Grupo Beta’s blue flags alert migrants to water stations in the desert and advise migrants that the area is patrolled by Grupos Beta. There are now 21 Grupos Beta operated on three agency levels within the Mexican government in the states of Baja California, Sonora, Chihuahua, Coahuila, Tamaulipas, Veracruz, Tabasco, Chiapas and Oaxaca.

“The legal basis for the creation of the Beta Groups Migrant Protection, is established in Article 71 of the Migration Act, published in the Official Journal of the Federation on May 25, 2011. Article 71. The Secretariat will protect migrant groups who are in the country, which will support the protection and defense of their rights, regardless of nationality or immigration status. The Secretary shall enter into agreements of collaboration and consultation with the departments and agencies of the Federal Government, the states and municipalities, with civil society organizations or individuals, with the aim of participating in the installation and operation of the migrant protection groups. “
Amnesty International and other human rights group are concerned about the violence migrants face while en route to the United States. Tens of thousands of migrants from Central America face human rights abuses at the hands of gangs, kidnappers, robbers, sexual predators and face other forms of abuses while in transit within the Mexican borders. Amnesty International cites the insufficient funding of services such as the Grupos Beta as not meeting the needs of the migrants within the Mexican government’s jurisdiction and which is their responsibility.
Despite the criticism, the program is popular with the migrants that travel the commercial trains, as noted in the movie Which Way Home, and in particular with unaccompanied minors and youth. The officers are a welcomed sight to the migrant travelers in dire need of services. GRUPOS BETA also arrange for shelters for those in need of long term assistance, or who can no longer continue on their journey.
Officials of Child Protection ‘OFICIALES DE PROTECCIÓN A LA INFANCIA’ (OPIS) are Mexican Federal Migration Agents whose main task is to ensure respect for the human rights of children and adolescent migrants, especially children unaccompanied by an adult.
Currently, the National Institute Migration (INM) has 543 OPIS in the 32 regional offices. The OPIS are selected according to a profile developed by the National System for Integral Family Development (SNDIF) and receive ongoing, specialized training.
The recent mass migration of unaccompanied children from Central America was reported as early as 2009 and increased in 2014 which has led to many children being at risk to be lost, injured or at risk of being trafficked by criminals, sex traffickers, gangs, corrupt officials and drug cartels. Mexico has provided a list of GRUPOS BETA where the missing can be reported, lists checked for process of reunification with relatives, Embassy services for unaccompanied children in care, shelter placements and the process of returning remains to next of kin for burial. GRUPOS BETA report that they are seeing more transitory migrants that are children, women and older men who are potentially at risk as they make their journey north.
GRUPO BETA TIJUANA Puerto fronterizo s/n, Puerto México, Col. Empleados federales C.P. 22010, Tijuana, B. C. Tel. (664) 682 9454 / 3171 683 3068 Módulo El Chaparral (664) 682 3171
GRUPO BETA TECATE Calle 18 esq. con Tanama s/n, Col. Bella vista, C.P. 21440 Tecate, B. C. Tel. (665) 654 2449, 654 3780
GRUPO BETA MEXICALI Av. Melgar No. 1, Garita Internacional, Zona Centro, C. P. 21100, Mexicali, B. C. Tel. 01 (686) 554 2624, 552 5596
GRUPO BETA SAN LUIS DE RÍO COLORADO Av. Ignacio Zaragoza No. 2708 entre 27 y 28, Col. Burócratas C. P. 83450, San Luis Río Colorado, Sonora Tel. (653) 534 5062 / 534 4870
GRUPO BETA NOGALES Cale Reforma 465, Col. El Rosario, C. P. 84020, Nogales, Sonora Tel. (631) 312 6180 y 81
GRUPO BETA SONOYTA Puerta Int. Boulevard Benemérito de las Américas No. 285 Línea Internacional, Col. Hombres Blancos C. P. 83570, Sonoyta, Sonora Tel. (651) 512 1520, 01/512 1051
GRUPO BETA AGUA PRIETA Calle Dos, Avenida 6 y 7 No. 697 Col. Centro C. P. 84200 Agua Prieta, Sonora Tel. (633) 338 1618, 338 8962
GRUPO BETA PIEDRAS NEGRAS Oficinas federales, Pte. Internacional Coahuila 2000 Planta Alta, C. P. 26000, Piedras negras, Coahuila Tel. (878) 782 8832, 782 8846
GRUPO BETA CIUDAD ACUÑA Puente Int. Calle Hidalgo No. 1, Col. Zona Centro, C. P. 26200, Cd. Acuña, Coahuila Tel. (877) 772 7524 /1239
GRUPO BETA MATAMOROS Av. Álvaro Obregón s/n, Puete Internacional Puerta México, Col. Jardín 1er piso C. P. 87330, Matamoros, Tamaulipas Tel. (868) 812 3664, 812 3468
GRUPO BETA TAPACHULA Calle Vialidad No. 435 Fraccionamiento Las Vegas C. P. 30798 Tapachula, Chiapas Tel. (962) 625 7986, 626 7332
GRUPO BETA COMITÁN Calle Central Benito Juárez Poniente No. 130 esquina con Novena Poniente, Col. Barrio Candelaria C. P. 30060 Comitán, Chiapas Tel. (963) 632 5751, 632 7709
GRUPO BETA CIUDAD JUÁREZ General Rivas Guillén 950, Col. Centro C. P. 32000, Cd. Juárez, Chihuahua Tel. (656) 612 7618 /612 7619
GRUPO BETA PUERTO PALOMAS Av. 5 de mayo e Internacional s/n, Col. Centro C. P. 31830, Puerto Palomas de Villas, Chihuahua Tel. (656) 666 0889
GRUPO BETA ACAYUCAN Carretera costera del golfo no. 180 km. 221 C. P. 96000 Acayucan, Veracruz Tel. (924) 247 9174, 247 9173
GRUPO BETA SÁSABE Calle 1era. s/n entre Av. A y calle Hidalgo, Col. Solidaridad C.P. 83870, Sásabe Maje Dresses Outlet 2016, Sonora Tel. (637) 374 8076
GRUPO BETA TENOSIQUE Calle 25 No. 638 entre las 46 y 50 Col. Cocoyotl, C. P. 86902, Tenosique, Tabasco Tel. (934) 342 0110
GRUPO BETA PALENQUE Carretera federal Playas de Catazcaja – Ocosingo Km. 26+100 Lado A, Col. Guayacán C. P. 29960, Palenque, Chiapas Tel. (916) 345 3035 Ext. 209, 210
GRUPO BETA ARRIAGA 5ta. Poniente No. 722 entre 14 y 16 Sur, Barrio de Santo Tomás C. P. 30450, Arriaga, Chiapas Tel. (962) 625 7986, 626 7332
GRUPO BETA TUXTLA GUTIÉRREZ 5ta. Avenida Norte y 13 Poniente No. 1402, Col. El Magueyito, C. P. 29000, Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Chiapas Tel. (961) 602 6111, 602 6119
GRUPO BETA IXTEPEC Carretera Ixtepec – Juchitán Km. 1.5 s/n C. P. 70110 Cd. Ixtepec, Oaxaca Tel. (971) 713 3047

Ashok Bajpai (politician)

Ashok Bajpai is National General Secretary of Samajwadi Party and a Member of Legislative Council (MLC) of Uttar Pradesh since January, 2015. Bajpai has been active for 40 years in Indian Politics. He was elected on Six occasions Member of Legislative Assembly (MLA) from Pihani constituency in Hardoi district, Uttar Pradesh while losing three times in the same constituency over the period of 30 years.

Bajpai (born 26 July 1949) was born in a farmer’s family in a small village in Uttar Pradesh. He was an National Cadet Corps (NCC) cadet in his school days, where he won a Gold Medal in shooting.
He completed his Bachelors in Science (B. Sc.) from Lucknow University and then went on to do a Diploma in Public Administration. He holds double M.A. in Political Science and Public Administration. Bajpai’s later chose Public Administration as a subject for his Ph.D. as well. He is the author of the book entitled ‘Panchayati Raj in India’. Bajpai also received a degree in law.
Bajpai became actively involved in politics as a student and was an active participant in the Jayaprakash Narayan Movement. He went to jail in June, 1975 during the protest against the Emergency (India) and stayed in the jail as a political prisoner for a period of 19 months Maje Dresses Outlet 2016. After getting released from jail, he joined Janata Party and was appointed National Secretary of its Youth League in Uttar Pradesh. He has been elected to the Uttar Pradesh Legislative Assembly multiple times.

Isola Gallinara

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L’isola Gallinara è un isolotto situato nei pressi della costa ligure, nella Riviera di Ponente, di fronte al Comune di Albenga a cui appartiene. L’isola dista 1,5 km dalla costa, dalla quale è separata da un canale profondo in media 12 m; essa costituisce la Riserva naturale regionale dell’Isola di Gallinara

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L’isola è sede di una delle più grandi colonie di nidificazione dei gabbiani reali nel mar Ligure. Ha le coste frastagliate e tra queste è situato un porticciolo.
L’isola prende il nome dalle galline selvatiche che la popolavano in passato, come riportano Catone e Varrone. Fu il rifugio di san Martino di Tours verso la fine del IV secolo e di un monastero fondato dai monaci colombaniani di San Colombano di Bobbio in epoca longobarda e successivamente passato ai monaci benedettini, che venne venduto in seguito, nel 1842, a privati.
Nei fondali circostanti l’isola sono stati trovati vari relitti e manufatti, risalenti in alcuni casi al V secolo a.C. e identificati come provenienti dalla zona di Marsiglia, per via dei commerci avvenuti in passato. Svariati reperti sono conservati nel Museo navale di Albenga presso il palazzo Peloso Cepolla, tra cui molte anfore di epoca Romana dal periodo repubblicano fino al VII secolo. Nino Lamboglia effettuò qui il primo recupero subacqueo della storia nel 1950.
Sull’isola sono presenti due gallerie scavate dai prigionieri di guerra quando l’isola venne occupata dai tedeschi durante la seconda guerra mondiale. Sono alte circa due metri e hanno una larghezza di circa tre metri, sezione quadrata piuttosto irregolare, poiché non rifinita. Si incrociano con un angolo di 90° consentendo un controllo marittimo a 360° sulla zona di mare antistante. Alle estremità delle gallerie si trovano delle piazzole di quindici metri per quindici, ormai coperte dalla vegetazione, sulle quali i cannoni provenienti dai binari collocati nelle gallerie potevano brandeggiare comodamente. Nelle gallerie venivano stoccati i proiettili. Alla fine della guerra il tutto venne smantellato e portato presso l’Arsenale di La Spezia.
L’attività subacquea presso l’isola era stata proibita per via della presenza di ordigni bellici inesplosi sul fondale e per via della presenza di un relitto (44°01′00.7″N 8°13′00.5″E / 44.016861°N 8.216806°E44.016861; 8.216806) risalente al XVIII secolo.
Una successiva ordinanza ha consentito le immersioni subacquee accompagnate dalle guide locali dei diving center convenzionati. Sui fondali e sulle pareti si possono trovare margherite di mare, spugne gialle (talvolta anche di grosse dimensioni), rare Chaetaster longipes e una grande abbondanza di vita bentonica Maje Dresses Outlet 2016.
In particolare l’isola presenta due punti di immersione:
Isola Gallinara di sera
L’isola Gallinara vista dalla costa
L’isola Gallinara vista dalle colline di Albenga
Altri progetti

Kakawin Sutasoma

Kakawin Sutasoma is an Old Javanese poem in poetic metres (kakawin or kavya). It is the source of the motto of Indonesia, Bhinneka Tunggal Ika, which is usually translated as Unity in Diversity, although literally it means ‘(Although) in pieces, yet One’. It is not without reason that the motto was taken from this kakawin as the kakawin teaches religious tolerance, specifically between the Hindu and Buddhist religions.
The Kakawin tells the epic story of Lord Sutasoma, and was written by Mpu Tantular in the 14th Century.

Buddha-to-be (Bodhisattva) was reincarnated as Sutasoma, the son of the King of Hastinapura. As an adult, he was very pious and devout, and did not wish to be married and crowned king. So one night, Sutasoma fled from Hastinapura.
When Sutasoma’s absence was discovered, the palace was in tumult and the King and Queen were very sad, and were consoled by many people.
When he arrived in the forest, the noble Lord Sutasoma prayed in a shrine. The Goddess Widyukarali appeared before him and told him that his prayers had been heard and would be granted. Lord Sutasoma then climbed into the Himalaya mountains in the company of several holy men. When they arrived at a certain hermitage, he was told a story of a king who had been reincarnated as a demon who liked eating humans.
The story was that there was once a king called Purusada or Kalmasapada. One day all the meat that had been set aside for the consumption of the king was eaten by dogs and pigs. The chef was concerned, and hurriedly sought out alternatives, but couldn’t find any. In desperation he went to a graveyard and cut off the leg of one of the corpses and prepared it for his king. Because he had been reincarnated as a demon, he had found the meal very tasty, and he asked his chef what type of meat the chef had prepared. The chef admitted that the meat had been from a human, and from that moment on, the king loved eating humans.
Soon there were no people left in his kingdom, either he had eaten his subjects, or they had fled. Soon the king suffered a wound in his leg which wouldn’t heal, and he became more demonic and began to live in the jungle. By the time of Sutasoma’s visit to the hermitage, the king had sworn that he would make an offering of 100 kings to the God Kala if he would cure him of his illness.
The holy men begged Sutasoma to kill this demonic king, but he refused. Even the Goddess Prithvi beseeched him to kill the king, but he was adamant he would not do it, as he wished to live the life of an ascetic.
So Sutasoma continued his journey. One day in the middle of the road he met a Ganesh demon with an elephants head who preyed upon humans. Sutasoma nearly became his victim, but he fought the beast and struck him down so that he fell to the earth. It felt like Satusoma had tried to strike a mountain!
The demon surrendered and received a sermon from Sutasoma about the Buddhist religion and that it is forbidden to kill any living creature. Afterwards, the demon became Sutasomo’s disciple.
And Sutasoma continued his journey. Next he met with a dragon. He defeated the dragon, and it also became his disciple.
Finally, Sutasoma met a hungry tigress who preyed on her own children! But Sutasoma stopped her and told her why she shouldn’t. But the tigress persisted. Finally Sutasoma offered his own body as food for the tigress. She jumped on him and sucked out his blood, which was fresh and tasty. But the tigress realised that what she had done was wrong, and she began to cry and repented. Then the God Indra appeared and made Sutasoma live again. The tiger also became his disciple, and they all continued their journey Maje Dresses Outlet 2016.
By this time, there was a war between the demon king Kalmasapada and king Dasabahu, a cousin of Sutasoma. King Dasabahu happened to meet with Sutasoma and invited him home so that he could marry is daughter. Satusoma was married and returned home to Hastinapura. He had children and became King Sutasoma.
Finally, the story of Purusada must be finished. He had gathered together the 100 kings to offer to the God Kala, but Kala didn’t want to accept them. Kala wanted to be offered King Sutasoma instead! Purusada made war with Sutasoma, but because Sutasoma didn’t resist, he was captured and sacrificed to Kala. Sutasoma was prepared to be eaten so that the 100 kings could go free. Purusada was so affected by this sacrifice that he tried to atone for it. The 100 kings were released.
Kakawin Sutasoma was written by mpu Tantular in the ‘golden age’ of the Majapahit empire, during the reign of either Prince Rajasanagara or King Hayam Wuruk. It is not known for certain when the Kakawin was authored, but it is thought most probably between 1365 and 1389. 1365 is the year in which the Kakawin Nagarakretagama was completed, while 1389 is the year in which King Hayam Wuruk died. Kakawin Sutasoma was written after Kakawin Nagarakretagama.
As well as authoring the Kakawin Sutasoma, mpu Tantular is also known to have written Kakawin Arjunawiwaha. Both Kakakawin use very similar language and have a very similar style. Another well-known Kakawin, for example, is Kakawin Ramayana, Mahabarata

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, Bharatayudha, Gatotkacasraya, Smaradahana, Arjunawijaya, Siwaratrikalpa, and Kunjarakarna.
Kakawin Sutasoma is considered unique in Javanese literature because it is the only Kakawin which is Buddhist in nature.
Existing copies of Kakawin Sutasoma have survived in the form of handwritten manuscripts, written both on lontar and on paper. Nearly all surviving copies originated in Bali. However, there is one Javanese fragment surviving which forms part of the ‘Merapi and Merbabu Collection’. This is a collection of ancient manuscripts originating from the region of the mountains of Merapi and Merbabu in Central Java. The survival of this fragment confirms that the text of Kakawin Sutasoma is indeed Javanese rather than Balinese in origin.
Kakawin Sutasoma is one of the most popular Kakawin in Bali, and was popularised by I Gusti Surgria, an expert in Balinese literature who included examples from the Kakawin in his book on the study of Kakawin.
Between 1959 – 1961 I Gusti Bagus Sugriwa worked on an edition of the text which included the Old Javanese version of the text accompanied by a translation into Indonesian. It was also translated and published in English by Soewito Santoso. Extracts of the text were published in 1975.
There have also been many extracts published in Bali, although they have Balinese characteristics and are translated into Balinese.

Mistress of the Empire

Mistress of the Empire is a fantasy novel by Raymond E. Feist and Janny Wurts. It is the third and final book in the Empire Trilogy and was published in 1992. It was preceded by Servant of the Empire, which was published in 1990.
After rising to power, Mara of the Acoma must now face the power of the brotherhood of assassins, the spies of rival houses, and the might of the Assembly, who see her as a threat to their power.
In the last novel of the series, Mara’s actions in the first two books come back to haunt her. Although revered by the general population as the Servant of the Empire, her enemies plot revenge. Mara’s son and heir Ayaki is killed by the Hamoi Tong in an attempt on Mara’s life. Although the tong is known for preserving the secrecy of its employers, a token of the Anasati house is found in the assassin’s hiding place. With her heart set on vengeance, Mara, as leader of Clan Hadama, calls for war with Clan Ionani, of which the Anasati Maje Dresses Outlet 2016, led by Lord Jiro, are a member. The Assembly of Magicians, “Great Ones” tasked with protecting the Empire, forbid the war, claiming the conflict would tear the Empire apart.
Two years later, an assassin of the Hamoi Tong poses as a Midkemian trader and poisons Mara with a chocolate drink. Mara’s Spy Master Arakasi ruthlessly tortures the apothecary who sold the poison in order to find an antidote, and her husband Hokanu, although ambushed by assassins, manages to survive and return with the recipe. Mara survives, but her unborn child dies, and it is discovered that Mara will be able to bear only one more child. As she recovers, Arakasi is given the task of destroying the Hamoi Tong by stealing its records.
Mara gives birth to Hokanu’s daughter, who is named Kasuma, but Hokanu’s reluctance to accept a girl as his heir damages the intimate connection between him and Mara. Arakasi infiltrates the tong, killing its leader and stealing the records. On delivery, it is discovered that the death of Hokanu’s father, Kamatsu, had been paid for by Jiro. Mara realizes that the Great Ones forbade the war against the Anasati as a result of a centuries-long policy of keeping Tsurani culture in stagnation, as well as a fear that she will be responsible for a radical upheaval in society. Hoping to find a way to resist the Assembly, Mara commits her children to the protection of the Emperor and journeys to the heart of the Thuril Highlands and Chakaha, the city of the cho-ja, where she convinces the cho-ja to aid her

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. Two cho-ja mages—powerful creatures whose presence in the Empire is forbidden under the terms of an ancient treaty between the Tsurani cho-ja and the Assembly—return with her to her estates, where she immediately learns that the Emperor Ichindar has been assassinated and that all the Houses of the Empire are mobilizing for war.
Mara quickly realizes that her enemies, the Anasati foremost among them, seek to claim the Emperor’s Golden Throne and that it is Jiro’s intention to marry the late Emperor’s daughter, Jehilia. Mara’s children, trapped in the Imperial City of Kentosani, represent major threats to anyone who wishes to take the throne; in particular, because of her adoption into the Imperial Family in Servant of the Empire, Mara’s twelve-year-old son, Justin, is Ichindar’s closest living male relative. Allies of the Anasati are situated within immediate range of Kentosani, and although the Acoma army is able to block reinforcements, neither Mara, Hokanu, or Jiro can initiate the conflict without incurring the wrath of the Assembly. Fighting breaks out amongst other Houses, but without the involvement of the Acoma, Shinzawai, or Anasati, no definite conclusion can be reached.
Mara and Jiro are summoned to Kentosani by the Assembly; Jiro, who is several days closer, orders his allies to attack the city once he is inside, while Mara devises a way to disrupt his plans. She takes ten guards and makes her way toward Kentosani, while her oldest advisers and a large honour guard provide a distraction on the main roads. At the same time, she commands her army to attack the Anasati army, and though the Acoma are the larger force the battle is interrupted by the Great Ones, who force a withdrawal and, after questioning her Force Commander, begin to suspect her alliance with the cho-ja. They set out to find her, but in an expensive sacrifice the decoy force succeed in taunting a hot-headed Great One into destroying them all, allowing her time to avoid an Anasati ambush and enter a cho-ja hive.
Hokanu launches a mounted attack on Jiro’s own honor guard, who prove ill-prepared to fight against men on horseback. Hokanu strangles Jiro, then proceeds toward Kentosani. The Great Ones, angered by Mara’s new alliance, inadvertently break their treaty with the cho-ja in an attempt to kill her, and the cho-ja mages are able to transport her to the Imperial City. A marriage is hastily arranged between Justin and Jehilia, which takes place as the Great Ones try to breach wards set by the cho-ja. Justin’s coronation is completed just as the Great Ones are about to break through, but, faced with a new emperor who holds the support of the temples (and the Gods), they are forced to accept Mara as Regent as well as the introduction of a new social order.
The series ends with a reunion between Mara and Kevin of Zūn, who returns to Tsuranuanni as an ambassador from The Kingdom of the Isles, unknowing that he has fathered a child, and shocked to find his son upon the Imperial Throne. Kevin and Mara, who has divorced Hokanu, quickly resume their romance.
Arakasi, Mara’s Spymaster, is focused upon more in this novel: he falls in love whilst infiltrating the Hamoi Tong, and his struggle to reconcile his emotions and his profession form a running subplot.

Bangshi River

Bangshi River (also spelt Bansi) (Bengali: বংশী নদী) is an important river in central Bangladesh 2016 discount sandro clothing. It originates in Jamalpur, from the course of the old Brahmaputra and flows past the Madhupur tract. It flows through Tangail and meets the Tongi in Ghazipur. It passes near Jatiyo Smriti Soudho in Savar and falls into the Dhaleshwari. About 238 kilometres (148 mi) long, it is not navigable for most of the year except when swelled by the rains of the monsoon.
Louhajang is a tributary of the Bangshi
The river’s average depth is 30 feet (9 m) and maximum depth is 80 feet (24 m).
Dhamrai on the banks of the Bangshi is still famous for its muslin weaving.
A report on wetland protection and enhancement says, “The Turag-Bangshi floodplain is located in Kaliakair Upazila of Gazipur District. Upstream the basin is connected via the Dhaleswari-Pungli River to the greater Jamuna floodplain, and downstream it is connected through the Tongi River with the Buriganga-Meghna River system. The Upper Turag-Lower Bangshi is the main source of water in the region and flows through the site. All associated beels and other floodplain areas are connected to the main river through a series of khals and other channels. This is a deeply flooded area in the low-red soil plateau of Madhupur tract Maje Dresses Outlet 2016. The floodplain is inundated when water flows over the banks of the Turag-Bangshi river making all the low areas become a connected sheet of water in the monsoon. By late November, most of the water recedes and boro rice is planted in almost all of the low-lying areas. During the rainy season the water area is about 43 km² while in the dry season the water area becomes less than 7 km². About 2,68,900 people live in this area with 84% of households being involved in fishing, and 15 % of households are full time fishers.”
A bazar nayar hat situated at bank while the famous pottery village pal para is also situated on south side of Bangshi.
Coordinates: 24°20′55″N 90°04′06″E / 24 MAX & Co. on Sale.3485°N 90.0684°E / 24.3485; 90.0684