An earthquake, measuring 6.1 magnitude on the Richter Scale, jolted the country in the early hours of Friday.
According to the United States Geological Survey (USGS), the epicenter of the earthquake was near Hakha, Chin State, Myanmar.
The tremor was felt in Chattogram, Dhaka and different parts of Bangladesh at around 5:45am. Two stronger sharp shakes were felt in the country.
No damage was reported in Bangladesh so far.
It was also felt strongly in India's Kolkata.
During the earthquake, a Chattogram youth sustained injuries after he jumped off the first floor of his residence.
The injured, identified as Abdul Ali (24), lives at the Nimtala mosque area at the city's Chakbazar.
Abdul, a garment worker, was on his balcony around 6am when the earthquake happened and he jumped out of fear sustaining severe injuries, local people said.
People rushed him to Chattogram Medical College Hospital, where he is being treated at the medicine ward-16, said Chattogram Police Post ASI Alauddin Talukder.