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Brief of Feni

Feni, a district of Bangladesh,the alcoholic spirit known as "feni".
Name = Feni. Native name = ফেনী | Nickname = Southeastern nucleus. Motto = Becoming splendid.
Division = Chittagong. Division Area total km2:928.34 Area metro km2:197.33
Population total:1205980. Population as of:2001 Men:593280 Women:612740.
Literacy rate:64.0% . Postal code:3900 coast(km):? Website:dcfeni.gov.bd

Feni is a small southestern districts of Bangladesh bordering (clockwise from the north) Tripura in [India],Chittagong district, the Bay of Bengal, Noakhali district and Comilla district. It comprises six sub-districts ("Upazilas"): Feni Sadar, Chhagalnaiya, Porshuram, Fulgazi (variant of Phool Ghazi), Daganbhuiyan and Sonagazi.

At British Indian period it was a sub district of chittagong.Before becoming a full-fledged district in 1984, it was part of the Noakhali district. Feni has a moderate climate with a little high humidity and a rich history dating back almost 3000 years. Except agriculture, maximum people of Feni resides in Dhaka City, Chittagong City, Sylhet City engaged in all sorts of jobs and business ranging from menial labour to high profiled office jobs.It has a large contingent of its population residing in the Middle East and other parts of the world.A huge amount of foreign remittance receiving by the govt are sent by the people of this region.

The main highway of Bangladesh, Dhaka-Chittagong inter-district highway passes through Feni. Buses usually take 3–4 hours to travel on 165 km highway from Dhaka and about 2.5 hours from Chittagong.There is a railway junction situated here called Feni junction. Panaromic landscape comprising the Tripura valley, Feni River estuarine and green paddy fields add to Feni district's scenic beauty. Feni is also important from strategic viewpoints, its position near the Indian border and the Bay of Bengal. Feni is also the only connecting link between the rest of the country and the districts of Chittagong (where the largest port of the country is situated), Cox's Bazar (the most important tourist destination of the country) and three Hill Districts: Rangamati, Bandaraban and Khagrachaari.