River Dhepa in Dinajpur

river dhepa, dhepa nodi, dinajpur, bangladesh

Today it is another river from Bangladesh named Dhepa river. A river from north Bengal. During my Dinajpur tour I have seen this river. More precisely it was near to the famous Kantajew Temple of Dinajpur. River Dhepa is originated from the river Atrai, and then it falls int the river Punarbhaba. This is a shallow river and the average depth of the river was around 2-4 feet during my summer visit. The length of the river is around 40 kilometer (according to wikipedia).

river dhepa, dhepa nodi, dinajpur, bangladesh

Dhepa river is itself a beautiful one. The two banks of the river made it more beautiful due to the various kinds of crops fields. Main crop field was the corn, but there were others like paddy, and some vegetable fields. The water of the river was not muddy, it was clear. Due to the shallowness of the river you could easily see the bottom of the river easily. Also there was some very small mound of soil is visible throughout the whole river. Some mound contained green plants.

river dhepa, dhepa nodi, dinajpur, bangladesh

Another beauty of the river was the nest of the bird Green Bee Eater at the bank of the river. There were some places where the banks are too high. In the soil those Bee eater birds made their nest. There were few nests built by the Common kingfishers too.

river dhepa, dhepa nodi, dinajpur, bangladesh

river dhepa, dhepa nodi, dinajpur, bangladesh

river dhepa, dhepa nodi, dinajpur, bangladesh

This article has written by Lonely Traveler,
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Sunday, 23rd May 2010

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