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 Khulna Division(10)
  Bagerhat
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 Sylhet Division(4)
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  Sylhet
Sylhet (Srihatta) division (Bengali: সিলেট বিভাগ)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.

Geography and Climate
Sylhet division is located in north-eastern Bangladesh.Major rivers include Surma, Kushiyara, Manu etc.

Civic Administration
In 1995, Sylhet was declared the 6th division of the country. Prior to that it was part of the Chittagong division.

The Sylhet division is subdivided into four districts (zila): The districts are sylhet, sunamganj, maulvi bazar and habiganj. The Sylhet division contains 35 sub-districts (upazila/thana), 323 unions, 10,185 villages and 14 municipalities.

Population
approximately 8 million.

Religion and Faith
Sylhet is a holy place for both Muslim and Hindus.It is a land of 360 awliyas. Notable Hindu saint Sree Chaitanya Dev was born in Dhaka Daksin situated in Sylhet division. Famous religious places include, the shrine of Hazrat Shah Jalal (R) and the shrine of Hajrat Shah Paran (R) for Muslim. Hindu temples like Sree Chaitanya Dev Mandir, Kali Mandir of Jainpur, Shakti Piths temple of Kirit Devi Kamala, Bagala Matar Mandir of Habiganj and Kalibari of Jaintiapur are known throughout the Indian Subcontinent.

Followers of Different religions
Muslim 81.16%, Hindu 17.80%, Christian 0.06%, Buddhist 0.02% and others 0.96%.

Notable personalities

Literature
* Hason Raja
* Baul Shah Abdul Karim
* Kobi Dilwar Khan
* Syed Mujtaba Ali

Freedom Fighters
* M A G Osmani - Supreme commander of Mukti Bahini
* Sirajul Islam (Bir Protik) [2]
* Cornell M.A. Rob
* Mejor General C.R. Dutta

Politicians
* Humayun Rashid Choudhury
* Abdus Samad Azad
* Saifur Rahman
* Suranjit Sengupta
* Badar Uddin Ahmed Kamran
* M A Haque
* Ilias Ali well known as a violent politician

Religious
* Late Maulana Abdul (former imam of the shahjalal dargah mosque)
* Maulana Obaidul Haque (former imam of Bangladesh national mosque)
* Late Maulana Abdul Latif Chowdhury Fultoli
* Maulana Noor Uddin Ahemd Gohorpuri

Musician/Actor
* Hemango Biswas
* Shuvro Dev
* Shubir Nondi
* Salman Shah
* Sanjeeb Chowdhury
* Jhuna Chowdhury

Sportsman
* Rani Hamid
* Kaiser Hamid
* Tapash Baisya
* Enamul Haque Jr
* Alok Kapali
* Mukid Miah
* Muhit Miah
* Russel Ahmed
* Rajin Saleh

Others
* Ragib Ali
* Govinda Chandra Dev
* Drubo Esh

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