Isa Khan, leader of Bengal's 16th-century Baro-Bhuiyan rebel chieftains, had his capital situated in Sarail.
The Hatirpul, a medieval elephant pass built in Bariura.
The Arifil Mosque in Sarail.
Drone shot of Jamia Islamia Yunusia located in the neighbourhood of Paikpara in Brahmanbaria city.
The Gokarna Nawab Bari Complex, built by Nawab Sir Syed Shamsul Huda in Nasirnagar.
Port of Ashuganj on Meghna River, will be largest port by 2030.
Power plant
Tornado aftermath in Brahmanbaria, 2013.
Akhaura-the largest railway junction in Bangladesh.

Meghna Division, is a proposed administrative division within Bangladesh for the north-western parts of the existing Chittagong Division, comprising Brahmanbaria, Cumilla, Chandpur, Noakhali, Feni, and Laxmipur Districts of Chittagong Division.

- Meghna Division

Brahmanbaria was made one of the three subdivisions of Comilla District by the British colonialists in 1790.

- Brahmanbaria District

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