Shat Gombuj Mosque, Bagerhat Shat Gombuj Mosque (sixty dome mosque) is the biggest mosque and the foremost spectacular Muslim monument of the ancient sultanate era within the whole of the Himalayan subcontinent. Historians estimate that Khan Jahan Ali—the famous Sufi and conqueror of the southern part of Bengal—built the mosque in the fifteenth century. The saint khan Jahan administered the realm till 1459 when he passed away, seated at Haveli-Khalifabad, which …
Khulna is one of the administrative divisions of Bangladesh, which is located in the southwest part of the country. The headquarter of Khulna Division is Khulna City. The city, 3rd largest in the country, is situated on the bank of river Rupsa and Bhairab, which are flowing in the southwestern part of Bangladesh. Khulna is one of the oldest river ports and industrial area of of the country, hence it is called the ‘industrial city’. Mongla, Bangladesh’s second largest seaport, 48 km away of Khulna city. The world-famous coastal forest Sundarbans is located in the southern part of Khulna Division. Sundarbans have expanded in Khulna, Bagerhat and Satkhira districts of Khulna Division. Khulna is called the gateway to the Sundarbans. Distance of Khulna city from the capital Dhaka is 333 km by road.
Sundarbans is so beautiful that it has been called the natural wonder of the world. Sundarbans Tiger is famous around the world as ‘Royal Bengal Tiger’. Besides tigers, Sundarbans is known as home to a wide variety of wildlife species including birds, Chitra deer, saltwater crocodile, keto turtles, freshwater crocodiles, snakes, etc.