Of them, 24 were males and nine females, according to a bulletin of the hajj management department under the Religious Affairs Ministry, reports UNB.
It said 24 hajj pilgrims died in Mecca while eight in Medina and one in Jeddah.
Besides, 17 other Bangladeshi pilgrims currently remained hospitalised in Saudi Arabia.
According to the bulletin, a total of 101,829 Bangladeshi pilgrims, including the management team, have reached Saudi Arabia as of Thursday to perform hajj billed for September 11.
Of them, 95,614 went to Saudi Arabia under private management while 5,183 under government arrangement.