As a species, a rupsi is enriching the Matamuhuri water stream with continuous water. The spiral spiraling along a long road, the sprawling stream has given life to a wide area. Has created an epic paradise of immense beauty.
Sangu and Matamuhuri are flowing from south to north in the river system of the hill country of Bangladesh. The Bandarban Mountains stand like the Great Depression dividing the two valleys of Sangu and Matamuhuri. In total, it is said that Sangu is ruling the valley between the upper mountain range and the Bandarban mountain range in the east with the almost independent rule. The kingdom of Matamuhuri is from the western side of the Bandarban Mountains to the Matamuhuri Mountains, namely the Mirinja Range. The long trails of Sangu reached the Bandarban town and proceeded further west to the Bay of Bengal. A small queen has developed a queen in a small part of the state capital of Matamuhuri. The name of the queen of that kingdom is Tane. Yes, the Twain Canal.
It is not known how the name Twin has become a twin. However, the name ‘Twine Khyoung’ is mentioned by Captain T.H. Lewin. There are some details about the Tain Canal – ‘The stream ran briskly in a narrow pebbly bed, between banks that rose almost perpendicularly, and so high that the sun only came down to us by glints, here and there.’ The sky is up and so steep that the sun’s rays can be seen in a few places. We used the same name. However, the love of the Remakri Canal, Rinxiang, was addicted to it repeatedly. How long can you keep away from the target of the hand?
Tenam surrendered to Matamuhuri near Alikadam Sadar. There are two variants of the Tain Canal, one is Rudra and one is a quiet, proudly attractive beauty. In the rainy season, Taina is rugged and possesses rudramati like the goddess of mythology with great glory. Overall, the binders erupt in insane madness. The rest of the year is time-consuming. It is noticed that so many boys come to play in Chaitra-Baishakha, it is quite difficult to see knee water anywhere in Tainan. Still, boats operate throughout the year. However, the boat can only travel up to Dusri Bazar for the construction of the Tain Canal and the type of walkway. It should be in the rainy and dry season. From Ashar to Ashwin, Dusari Bazaar is quite accessible by boat. Since then, special wheels are required to operate the boat. Local residents are pretty good about it.
They make godowns in several canals to hold water all year long. Goda is a temporary dam made of bamboo. There is a gate along the middle of the Goda. When it opens, the water comes out. The bamboo is usually made by bamboo shaking 5 degrees against the stream. This creates the primary barrier to water movement. But some water comes out of the bamboo gap for which there is never any water shortage in the canal and there is considerable water in the dam. When the flow of water is to be utilized, the level of the water flow is increased only when the gate of the goddess is opened and the boat can be easily transported using that water stream. This method is mainly used to carry various products from the heat of the canal during the dry season. At this time, stolen wood is coming this way.
The main attraction of the Tain Canal since Dusri Bazaar. Boulders of small stones all over the path. As you get to the light, the boulder of this boulder will continue to grow. The Bandarban Mountains on the east of the Canal and the Upper Mountains on the West. One of the special aspects of the Tain Canal is that it has stepped down and down in its path. The matter is not empty-eyed. Because it is a common feature of mountain canals or rivers. In the case of the Tain Canal, Kum was seen after about one kilometer. (Kum is a type of waterfall. However, its elevation is low. Usually the upper course of the river or canal descends from the higher ground to the lowest point through the crack of the rock. If you can make the matter available. The Tain Canal has traveled about 5 km from source to meeting place. The canal flows from south to north along the spiral path. Dusri approached the market and turned west towards Matamuhuri.
The festival has come a long way, descending about 5 km from the east to the west and turning north. Like the other rivers or canals, the Tain Canal has many tributaries. Some of which are quite famous. The Tain Canal runs deep into the western part of the Bandarban Mountains. To the west of the canal is a subsidiary mountain range of the Bandarban Mountains. The average height is approximately 5 feet. From these two mountains, numerous lakes and streams have come down and formed. As a result, some of the fountains have jumped directly into the canal. They flow from the East and the West as separate streams and merge into the Tain Canal. The tan canal itself never swept through the shower. There is no significant fountain even in the source. The fountains and waterfalls that enrich the Tain with water are well known in the areas such as Thanquin, Chiampra, Palangkiang, Ladmarag. There are also many tributaries in the canal.
The main shingles that feed the canal can be divided into two parts. One – from the eastern side of the Bandarban Mountains, is born on the Tain Canal. Two – the shrubs from the western side of the highlands, which mix with the canal.
Wrinkles according to laying and meeting place:
We have tried to identify the condition of the wrinkles by the right and left hand of the hand towards the source of the light from the fall of the tan.
Deer Jhiri: Just a short distance away from the Amtali Ghat, the left side of the hand came from the north and mixed with the tan canal. There is a way to spread kaliya through this storm.
Dolu Jhiri-1: Kranchi mixed with the canal from the right side near Morang Para.
Reyesa Zhiri: From the right side of the piaoya hill to the right canal. This jerk is called the Rime Brook Jhirio. By the way, there is a road to get to Reime Brook. However, there is another Zhirio known as Reime Brook, and the Zhiriti has been merged into motherhood.
Seng Jhiri: After the piyya shaking, the tan on the left of the hand is mixed with the canal.
Dusari Jhiri: Near Dusri Bazar, Jhiri is mixed with tan canal from the left side. Alikadam can reach the 5 kilos of Thanchi road when it goes to Ujjain with this thunderstorm.
Vital Jhiri: This Jhiri is located near Baruithali hill. The shrimp came from the left to join the tinakhale. The thunderstorms can be laid on top of the Wissingda.
Thanquin or Tanquin: There is a nice shower in this lake. The fall of the falls mixed with the canal itself. From the right side of the hand came the tan canal.
Cucumber Shrimp: The shrimp has come down from the hill to the right. This place is famous for catching fish and crab. Locals call it crab ghat.
Jackfruit jerky or slaughtered cucumber: This shrimp came on the left side after mixing the coconut with coconut. A nice jerk of nice. The shrubs covered with numerous small stones are also fascinating. The locals are known as katal jhiri, kathal jhiri and some are called katal jhiri.
Chiampra Zhiri-1: Mixed on the left side of the hand. There are several beautiful fountains in the light of this lake. It was probably born from Chris Tang. Many of us pronounce it as a sign.
Bear Cats: This shrimp is worn on the right side of the hand when the ram brook is found in the east. At one time, the bear’s wandering was at the lake.
Palangkiang Jhiri: There is an extraordinary cascade at Jhiri. The cascade is directly aligned on the left side of the canal.
Baghai Jhiri: There is a small fountain at the height of this jhri. The shrimp mixed in on the right side.
Ladmarag: A high fountain jumps straight into the canal. This fountain is a Ladmarag lake. The right side of the hand is mixed with tan canal.
Wipang Jhiri: On top of this Jhirli, the mellu is laid. The shrimp are worn on the canal from the left.
Chilli mango shrimp: From the right side is mixed with tan canal. There is a beautiful fountain in the bush.
Pungkang Jhiri: The jhiri is worn on the canal from the left hand side of the Segun garden near Janachandra Para.
Large Amjhiri: The shrimp is a little further along the right side of the hand, making it a bit farther in the front of the Ralai.
Dalu-2 Zhiri: The right side is wearing a tan canal.
Chaimpra-2: This shrimp is worn on the left side of the arm near Yongzha and Mangrum Parade. Could not collect other name I have identified it as champra-2 because there is another fountain known under the same name.
Lichu Zhiri: This shrimp is mixed with tan khaal from the right hand side of the khidu parade. The varied prairie is still somewhat wild. According to locals, deer still roam the lake. Many call it Jhiri, also called Lhiri.
Piya Jhiri: After wearing khudu, jhiri is worn on the right side of the hand. This shrub acts as a link road. There is a way to get to the shrubs of the protected forest.
There are also many other small crabs, some of which do not have a precise name and the names of some have not been collected. I have seen multiple jhiris under the same name. A different name could not be collected because there was not enough source for verifying local pronunciation and information. So we have identified the numbers with the same name.
Now let’s go to the story of finding the source of the Tain Canal:
I have gone a long way in greed to see the source of the Tan Canal. The work was quite difficult. Due to the seasonal variations, the rivers of our country change over time. So in both the rainy and dry seasons, we have to run both ways in the canal and again in the hills. First I went to the canal. We started the expedition by taking the base camp to Ralipara. The first part was to go to the canal, to the source, and that is how we spend the night and night in our base camp near Janakandra. If we could reach the canal after Ralipara, our chosen basecamp would arrive at the source shortly. But despite the road, we had to walk a little further up the hill and follow the canal from above. That’s why I got a picture of how Tane looks like to a bird’s eye. Originally from Ralipara, the ridge of the Rirzav Hills after passing some steep paths crossing the steep hills to the west. The hill is about 5 degrees steep up the steep slopes. Then head south on the back of the hill. At the end of this hill row is the Ringlot Hut Hill, which we know as Kala Hills.
However, there is no such variation from Tangkhail to Yingzha Para Camp to Khidu Para. Little rocky boulders and the path is fairly straightforward. However, a number of small rods have been found in the canal whose names have not been collected. If you walk this path, it will seem like how humble you are at the source. Lichu jhiri to the right of the hand, a little ahead of the kiddu. The canal is embedded in the canal like a duckling. Extremely beautiful hill village Khidu. This is our 2nd base camp. At rest we find the source. After a short walk from the hill to the south, I met Jhiri. Keeping the shrimp in the right hand, the hidden beauty of the Tain canal will gradually open the veil. Then it is understood that Tain is not humble in the source, he has kept it under wraps. He was born about 5 km east of Bandarban Mountains. Sometimes the boulders become quite a factor. Locals made ladders with trees and bamboo. With which to rise above the boulder, the bamboo shank on the other side will move from one boulder to another. As far as the rocky Boulder game, I continued to play in the fair. Sometimes a dark tunnel between two mountains has to break through the dirt to break water.
But be careful, hands and feet should be seen in this way. On top of the stone, the snake kills the scalp in the dry leaf space. After crossing three such climbs, the path of the stone is lost on the right and left in one place. From there it is difficult to find Tain. Originally it was born from the high hills and then between the Munah Tlang and P-1 mountains of the Chibuk Range. No one wants to go in that direction and there is no sign. Meanwhile, the darkness of the evening is going on all around. Still, we raise our legs to go ahead. Shukla Dwadashir moon in the sky. The three human sons of Chandra in Jochena, I, the wild and the world Chandra Tripura, rise on that high hill. But in front of us is just a huge mountain range of the Chivli Range. Do not see the light of the moon in the dense jungle surrounded by the mountain. Here is the birth of the Tain Canal. There are still big trees and quite thick jungles, but the process of zooming has begun so soon the view will change.
Fish are available all year round in the canal. Many different species of fish have been found, including mahashol, boal, netting, marigold, bam, shrimp and many more. There is a small type of fish, dark blue striped in silver body. The fish jump and jump over the water. The dance of the fish is past the description. Not to forget another scenario, in the early winter, when the top of the canal is covered with fog, some small fish jump in isolation. Looking from a distance, it would seem that the rain falls in the water. The jump continued until the sun was up. It is best to have a night out in a tent in a secluded place to see this view.
There are frogs, snails and crabs. In the rainy season, fish are caught with a net made of bamboo. During the dry season, I have also seen pictures of water irrigation fishing. Local people wake up at night with the fish. In the Tripura language, Susu is a fishing boat like a coach (Tata). There are also some places in Tenkhal where many good fish can be found, especially Mahashol. The local Tripura people call such a place a fishkom. Later I found more than one fish. This place is charming and very varied. The peculiar structure and layout of the stone, as well as the extravagant craftsmanship depicted in the water of Taina, are in the mountains on both sides. In three steps the space is wide. Looking at the circular stones lined up on the matkum, it would seem that someone may have laid a straight line with the scale. During the rainy season, most of this place is under water, so much beauty is not understood. The bottom of the main well is built like a pond and this is the best place for fishing. Another place, also known as fishkum, is excellent. The slaughterhouses that came down from Rungaran are somewhat lighter than where they were mixed. The place is inaccessible in the rain. Extraordinary stone carvings. Throughout the year, some of its places are so deep that it is difficult to navigate the canal. However, hunters take this risk for fish.
Monkeys can still be seen on the hills of two hills in Tenkhal. We have seen 1/4 of such families of monkeys. Gangs and butterflies of different colors can be seen. You will meet different types of birds all the way. Latora, bulbuli, pudding, green tia, maina, fisherman, ratchaora and many other species of birds have been found. Once upon a time, Dhanesh birds were seen, now almost extinct.
The local people of Tripura, Morang, and Tanchga are all connected with their lives. The Tean Canal is the only affordable way to transport various vegetables and fruits derived from zoom crops, bamboo, wood, and mountains. However, the matter of regret is the environmental hazard of tobacco cultivation from Alikadam Sadar to Dusri, and the residents of Tain Canal and its banks. They themselves do not know what great danger is coming.
I pray that the disaster will not devour Tain. Matamuhuri is a protected forest from the source of the cane to the southern border. Large trees of this forest are the source of water for Piya shrimp and litchi shrimp. The plants have developed huge water management by donating point water. And with these two springs, another sprinkler near the source provides a huge amount of water. Distress is a threat to zoomed-in conserved forests and to cut down large trees, as do the shrubs. Without the trees, there will be no fountains, shrubs, canals, rivers, biodiversity. Living in the forest will save water. Let us live in our beautiful Bengal.
# Feature Image by Shamim Shubh