Due to unique geographic location, Bangladesh frequently suffers from devastating tropical cyclones. The funnel-shaped northern portion of the Bay of Bengal causes tidal bores when cyclones make landfall, and thousands of people living in the coastal areas are affected. Some of the most devastating natural disasters in recorded history with high casualties were tropical cyclones that hit the region now forming Bangladesh. Cyclone Aila hits the south-western coast of Bangladesh on 25 May, leaving over 190 people dead and causing widespread devastation. Throughout the country, Aila left an estimated 500,000 people homeless. Cyclone Aila makes the people at Gabura union very susceptible condition. Most of people at Gabura union in Shyamnagar thana mostly affected by the cyclone Aila. Due to being unique geographical location as island near the sunderbans and surrounding river which turned devastating damages by the cyclone Aila at Gabura. The embackment of many places collapse down by high tidal surge which flooded over everything. Most of the people have lost their houses, cattle, livestock, and other property and lead very miserable life.