After the First Anglo-Burmese War (1824-26) victorious British took that part of Burma into then British India and many decades later the old Burmese towns Sittagong and Panwar became Chittagong and Ramu in the East-Pakistan first and then today Bangladesh.
On a straight line Ramu or Panwar is only 40 kilometers away from the Burma-Bangladesh border. There are ancient Buddhist temples, pagodas, and monasteries all over the town and these Buddhist heritages have been telling the ancient history of a once-Buddhist majority town in now predominantly Muslim country, Bangladesh, as a result of jack-rabbit like breeding habit of Muslims.
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