This country has the world's biggest river delta, which is shaped by the Brahmaputra and the Ganges stream, wandering Bengal tigers in the Sundarbans. Bangladesh is a country in South Asia which is the eighth-most crowded country on the planet, with a populace surpassing 163 million individuals, in a space of 147,570 square kilometres (56,980 sq mi), making it quite possibly the most thickly populated nations in the world.

Bangladesh shares land borders with India toward the west, north, and east, Myanmar toward the southeast, and the Bay of Bengal toward the south. It is barely isolated from Nepal and Bhutan by the Siliguri Corridor, and from China by Sikkim, in the north, separately. Dhaka, the capital and biggest city, is the country's monetary, political, and social centre. Chittagong, the biggest seaport is the second-biggest city.
The constitution proclaims Bangladesh as a mainstream state while building up Islam as a state religion. The Bengalis make up 98% of the all-out populace of Bangladesh, makes it the third-biggest Muslim-dominant part country. As a central force in world governmental issues, Bangladesh is a unitary parliamentary majority rule government and sacred republic following the Westminster arrangement of administration. The nation is isolated into eight managerial divisions and 64 locales.


Bangladesh Import Data

Ranked 47th in Import, the country has done an estimated US$50.4 billion worth of products from around the globe in 2019, up by 4.9% since 2015 however somewhere near - 11.8% from 2018 to 2019. In view of the normal conversion scale for 2019, the Bangladeshi taka devalued by - 8.3% against the US dollar since 2015 and decayed by - 1.2% from 2018 to 2019. Machinery including computers US$5.8 billion, Cotton $5.4 billion, Mineral fuels including oil, Electrical machinery, equipment $3.2 billion, Iron, steel $2.9 billion, Plastics, plastic articles $2.2 billion, Vehicles $1.7 billion, Manmade staple fibres $1.6 billion, Knit or crochet fabric $1.35 billion and others.



India exported goods worth US$7.91 Billion, exports of cotton to Bangladesh was US$1.7 Billion, mineral fuels, oils, distillation products to Bangladesh was US$855.89 Million, vehicles other than railway, tramway to Bangladesh was US$588.48 Million, machinery, nuclear reactors, boilers to Bangladesh was US$536.33 Million, cereals to Bangladesh was US$351.69 Million during 2020, organic chemicals to Bangladesh was US$289.37 Million, coffee, tea, mate and spices to Bangladesh was US$278.81 Million, electrical, electronic equipment to Bangladesh was US$264.4 Million, iron and steel to Bangladesh was US$240.23 Million, plastics to Bangladesh was US$236.62 Million during 2020.



On the seventeenth of December 2020, India's Prime Minister held a summit on a virtual stage to examine all parts of two-sided relations and traded sees on provincial and worldwide issues. On this event, the two nations marked seven bilateral instruments in different areas including hydrocarbons, farming, trade, advancement tasks, and preservation of legacy. The two Prime Ministers additionally together revealed a postal stamp given by the Government of India to celebrate the birth century of Bangabandhu Sheik Mujibur Rahman.

At this event, two respective ventures, the Beautification and City Development Project around there and the Construction of Khalishpur Collegiate Girl's School in Khulna, were introduced. Despite having many unsolved issues, Bangladesh and India's relations have been friendly. The historic land boundary agreement was signed on 6 June 2015 which settled decades-old border disputes, while negotiations are still ongoing over the sharing of water of the Transboundary rivers.

Bangladesh and India are common members of SAARC, BIMSTEC, IORA and the Commonwealth. The two countries share many cultural ties. In particular, Bangladesh and the East Indian state of West Bengal are Bengali-speaking. On December 6, 1971, India, along with Bhutan, was one of the first countries to recognise Bangladesh as a sovereign state. It's also worth noting that India and Bangladesh share the world's longest border of 4,096.7 kilometres, which is also the world's fifth-longest border. Bangladesh isn't simply one more neighbour of India; Bangladesh will consistently stay special for various reasons. It is more than the narratives of the segment of the Indian subcontinent; the geology will keep on directing the predeterminations of India and Bangladesh as these two neighbours need to remain indivisibly interlaced. A comparable inclination will likewise exist among individuals of India's Northeast as this 'Bangladesh-bolted' locale can have a totally extraordinary future through the door of Bangladesh. At the end of the day, from the viewpoint of India's Northeast, Bangladesh is India's most essential neighbour, which New Delhi can't at any point bear to disregard.