Comilla is a city in the Chittagong Division of Bangladesh located along the Dhaka-Chittagong Highway. The Comilla region was once under ancient Samatata and was joined with Tripura State. This district came under the reign of the kings of the Harikela in the ninth century AD. Lamai Mainamati was ruled by the Deva dynasty (eighth century AD), and (during the 10th and mid-11th century AD). In 1732, it became the centre of the Bengal-backed domain of Jagat Manikya.
Comilla Cantonment is an important military base and the oldest in East Bengal. It was widely used by the British Indian Army during World War II. It was the headquarter of the British 14th Army. There is a war cemetery, Maynamati War Cemetery in Comilla that was established after World War II to remember the Allied soldiers who died during World War. Shalban Bihar & Maynamati Museum, Chondi mura temple, Jagannath temple, Rupban Mura, Bhoj rajar bihar, Moynamoti Ranir Kuthi are the tourist place to visit in Comilla.