Bangladesh location on the World Map
The Map of Bangladesh is separated between three regions. For the most part of this country is dominated by fertile Ganges-Brahmaputra delta. The central and northwest parts of the country are created by the Madhupur and the Barind plateaus. The southeast and northeast are home to evergreen hill ranges.
Bangladesh is predominately wealthy fertile flat land. Most parts of the country are less than 12 m or 39.4 feet above the sea level. A big part of haor wetlands are of major importance to global environmental science.
The Ganges delta is created by joining together of the Ganges also called as Padma or Pôdda, the Brahmaputra also called as Jamuna or Jomuna, and the Meghna rivers and their relevant rivers. On the southern shore, the Sundarbans, the largest mangrove forest in the world and the home to the royal Bengal tiger, shared with Eastern India.