Baghmara is the headquarters of South Garo Hills district in the state of Meghalaya in India. The place is circumscribed by Bangladesh and is around 113 km from Tura. It has a well known waterway Someshwari otherwise called Simsang in Garo innate dialect coursing through its scope and is likewise canvassed in slopes and tracts en route. When Baghmara was a piece of the domain of the lord of Durgapur in Netrokona Now in current BangladeshHistory of India.
He was a ground-breaking lord having many sub rulers around the district. He additionally had an outfitted men who were known as "Loskor"Laskar. Once a loskor went in Baghmara and all of a sudden confronted a Bengal tiger or Royal Bengal Tiger regularly known in Bangla. It was a savage tiger however couldn't fight long with the strong loskor. He broke the jaws of the tiger with his gigantic power. As a tiger was murdered so the place was named as Baghmara. The well known Siju Cave is around 45 km away and to get to Siju one needs to experience Baghmara.
The well known Balphakram National Park is 66 km away and one needs to go through this town to arrive. The methods of transport is restricted to transports and jeeps. This put is well known for its delectable fish and has a recorded ocean exchanging association with Bangladesh. It is likewise a local place of the main Chief Minister of Meghalaya Captain Williamson Sangma and he constantly spoke to Baghmara body electorate. This place is home to predatory plant, the pitcher plant and has the situated at Dilsa Hill province of Baghmara.
Currency: Rupees - INR Pincode of Baghmara: 794102 Language : English, Khasi, Garo Weather: Summer 27°C to 36°C Winter 16°C to 20°C