Chalan Beel

Natore, Bangladesh
Chalan Beel
The largest beel in Bangladesh is a depression connected by 47 rivers and other waterways. Due to silting, the bill is now divided into many small water bodies which become one in the monsoon. Padma, Jamuna, and Atria are the main sources of water.

Silting has reduced the size of the bill and over the years it has reduced from 1085 sq. km. to only 26 sq. km. During the dry season, the beef turns into a few patches of water in the center. The bill is still rich in flora and fauna. The land is very fertile and grows agricultural crops during the dry season.

Chalan Beel is an extensive lowland area in the lower Atrai basin, and spreads across Singra and Gurudaspur Upazilas on Natore District, Chatmohar, Bhangura and Faridpur Upazilas of Pabna District, and Ullahpara, Raiganj and Tarash Upazilas of Sirajganj District.

How To Go
Chalonbil is widespread in Gurdaspur and Singra areas. You can go by bus or auto from Natore city.

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