Jadukata Nodi is another blue river from Bangladesh. it looks exactly similar to the great Shomeswari and Shari (সারি) River. Like those rivers, Jadukata river is originated from the Meghalaya Hills of India and entered into Bangladesh. Jadukata River is one of the most attractive tourist spots and beautiful place at Sunamganj in Sylhet division, situated at the border between Bangladesh and the Indian state of Meghalaya. Quite far from the main cities, but the view and the natural beauty is awesome. It is a perfect spot for everyone to enjoy and get lost in the wilderness of nature.
It is one of the most mineral rick rivers in Bangladesh. Collecting coal from the river is a common seen that you re very likely to see in any season. The water tastes sweeter from regular river water. overshadowed by subtropical mountains and rain-forests, near beautiful tekerghat. It is a scenic spot nearby Tanguar Hawor ( a beautiful lake) and rare beauty of rolling stones from hills. It is famous for it’s stone collections and is home of garo tribe. Jadukata river is a blue water canal at Sylhet surrounded by mountains of Meghalaya, about 02 hour boat ride from Sunamganj Town. The boat ride from Sunamganj to Jadukata river is awesome, its a lifetime boat journey experience.
Jadukata river is the blood line of the agriculture for people of Chhatak, Companygonj and Dhonpur area of Sunamgonj. Beside the awesome beauty you can also visit Mazar of Shah Arifin, 0dhioto Provur Mandir, Purno Tirtha Dham, Awali Jamidarbari. Each year in the month of “Chatra” (the last month of Bangla celender) thousand of Hindus comes here for Tīrthasnana. Those who loves the natural beauty, Jadukata Nodi can be a good choise.