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According to shoppingpicks, the months of March, April and May are the warmest in Bangladesh with temperatures ranging from 28-38°C (82-100°F) during the day and 20-30°C (68-86°F) at night. This time of year is also characterized by hot weather, high humidity levels and frequent thunderstorms. June brings a transition to cooler temperatures with highs ranging from 25-35°C (77-95°F) and lows around 19-29°C (66-84°F). Rainfall is still frequent throughout this month, but it is usually not as intense as in previous months. July marks the start of monsoon season in Bangladesh with temperatures ranging from 22-32 ° C (72 -90 ° F) during the day and 16 -26 ° C (61 -79 ° F) at night. Rainfall becomes more intense throughout this month, especially towards the end when storms may occur. August brings cooler temperatures with highs ranging from 20-30°C (68-86°F) and lows around 14-24°C (57 -75 ° F). Heavy rainfall remains throughout this month, although usually not as intense as in July. September marks the start of autumn in Bangladesh with temperatures ranging from 16 -26 ° C (61 -79 ° F) during the day and 10 -20 ° C (50 -68 ° F) at night. Rainfall begins to subside throughout this month, although it still remains common compared to other parts of the year. October brings cooler temperatures with highs ranging from 13-23°C (55-73°F) and lows around 8–18°C(46–64°F). Rainfall is still common throughout this month but usually much less intense than before. Bangladesh has a subtropical climate. The rainy season (monsoon) runs from May to October. It is then warm: during the day between 30 and 35°C. A large part of the country consists of river deltas (of the Ganges and the Brahmaputra). The land is not really well protected against the water. Heavy rainfall regularly causes flooding. In addition, Bangladesh is particularly sensitive to cyclones in the months of May and June and October and November. The best time to visit Bangladesh is in the ‘cold’ and dry period: December to May. With 28 ° C it is best to endure. Check a2zgov for Bangladesh government and politics.

Bangladesh Geography and Population

Bangladesh – geography Bangladesh is one of the poorest and most densely populated countries in the world. The summer monsoon allows for very intensive farming, but regularly causes severe flooding. Population Leaving aside certain small town and island states, Bangladesh is the world’s most densely populated country; over 1000 residents per km2, which is more… Read More »

Bangladesh Economy

Subchapters: Basic data Public finances and the state budget Banking system Tax system Basic data In 2021, the Bangladeshi economy gradually recovered from 2020, when it was significantly affected by the coronavirus pandemic, with negative effects mainly on the export of clothing products and unemployment. Bangladesh is now the 41st largest economy in the world… Read More »

Bangladesh History

According to localcollegeexplorer, the current Bangladesh was born in 1947 as East Pakistan. Since the 1950s, autonomist aspirations found expression in the Awami League and led to open rebellion against the western part, which resulted on March 26, 1971 in the proclamation of independence with the name of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh. The Indian… Read More »

Bangladesh State Facts

  THE CAPITAL Dakka STATE STRUCTURE Parliamentary republic INTERNAL DIVISION unitary state SQUARE 144,000 km² CLIMATE Tropical OFFICIAL LANGUAGE Bengal CURRENCY Bangladeshi taka POPULATION OK. 170 million NATIONAL COMPOSITION 98% – Bengalis, the remaining 2% are from India RELIGION Islam TIMEZONE UTC +6 / MSK +3 TELEPHONE CODE +880 Source: Homosociety.com State flag The green color… Read More »

Bangladesh Foreign Relations and Military

Foreign relations and army In 1974, the country joined the Commonwealth of Nations and the UN, and has since been elected twice to the UN Security Council: from 1978 to 1979 and from 2000 to 2001. In the 1980s, he played an important role in founding the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (ASACR) in order to expand relations with other South Asian states. Since… Read More »