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Lalbagh Fort : History, Travel Information and Image Gallery

Lalbagh fort, Lalbagh Kella

Lalbagh Fort History, Travel Information and Image Gallery Previous Next A Brief History of Lalbagh Fort Lalbagh Fort (Lalbagh Kella) is the only historical landmark of Bangladesh built during the Mughal period. It is constructed of a combination of touchstone, marble stone and colored tile. Apart from Lalbagh Fort, no such historical combination has been …

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Malnicherra Tea Estate

Malnicherra Tea Estate Garden, one of the best places to visit in Sylhet.

Malnicherra tea estate is the largest and oldest tea garden in Bangladesh and subcontinent. It is located in Sadar upazila of Sylhet district in Bangladesh. The first commercial tea industry in Bangladesh was started in 1854 with the establishment of Malnicherra Tea Garden in Sylhet, covering an area of 1,500 acres. However, the coverage of the garden has now almost doubled. The location of Malnicherra Tea Garden is next to Sylhet Airport Road. Malnicherra tea garden is always at the top of the list of favorite places of tourists from home and abroad. Being very close to the city of Sylhet, the travelers first rushed to Malnicherra.

Taka Museum

Taka Museum, Dhaka. টাকা জাদুঘর, ঢাকা

Taka Museum or Currency Museum is located in Mirpur, Dhaka, Bangladesh. Metal coins and paper notes of different periods from ancient Bengal to modern times have been stored and displayed in this Taka Museum. Also on display are many wooden boxes and iron chests used in ancient times to hold coins.

Shahjalal Mazar : The Most Visited Place in Sylhet

Shahjalal Mazar, Dargah Sharif, Sylhet

Hazrat Shahjalal (RA) was a famous Sufi saint of the subcontinent. His Dargah and memorial place is the most visited place in Sylhet. Shahjalal is called ‘Walikul Shiromani’, means the best of all Sufis. He is believed to have come to Sylhet region of present-day Bangladesh in 1303 AD to spread the peaceful teachings of Islam. It was through him that Islam spread in Sylhet region.

Mahasthangarh, Golden Wrecks of a Lost Civilization

Mahasthangarh-Bogura-Bangladesh

Mahasthangarh Golden Wrecks of a Lost Civilization Mahasthangarh is one of the primeval antiquities in Bangladesh. It’s also known as Pundravardhana or Pundranagar in history. Mahasthangarh was once the capital of Bengal. Archaeological evidences show that a civilized society established here about two and a half thousand years before the birth of Jesus Christ. Hiuen Tsang, …

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Baldha Garden : A Century of Tradition

Camellia Japonica in Baldha Garden, Dhaka

Baldha Garden is a renowned botanical garden, located at Wari area of the old part of Dhaka city. Narendra Narayan Roy Chowdhury, a landlord of Baldha, started construction of the park in 1909, on 3.38 acres of land. Construction took about 8 years to complete. The garden has about 15,000 trees of 672 species, according to Banglapedia, the national encyclopedia of Bangladesh.

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