Birishiri tour in Mymensingh
Mymensingh is a divisional headquarter of Mymensingh Division. It is north part of Bangladesh. It was named on Raja Man Singh a Navaratnas Great emperor Akbar. Area is 4363.48 sq km. The district was established in 1787. Later on it was divided into six districts. Jamalpur, Mymensingh, Sherpur and Netrokona are with this division. There are 8 municipalities, 12 Upazilas, 146 union Parishads, 84 wards, 206 Mahallas, 2201 Mouzas and 2709 villages in Mymensingh district. Mymensingha Gitiaka is a great literary resource in Bangla literature. Continue reading “Birishiri tour in Mymensingh”
Rangpur tour with Tajhat Rajbari and Kantajir temple
Tajhat Rajbari / Rangpur Museum
Tajhat is situated at just south of the city of Rangpur. This is a former “rajbari” or zamindar’s palace. After the end of the British king, the building was abandoned and decayed quickly, although it was used for a few years as a courthouse during the 1980. In 2004, it was largely restored and moved into a museum to display with ancient inscriptions, art and coins from the area.
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This land of thrilling mix with charming history, vibrant culture, panoramic beauties, historical remains, flora, fauna, hills, forests , sandy sea beach and wildlife, you will experience while visiting the country. You must be impressed with so much diversity of beauties and cultures withing such a small geographical limit.
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Paddle steamer rocket
Paddle steamer rocket is as special Paddle Steamer used from the British colonial period and it is active to run daily from Dhaka (now a days, till Morelganj), stopping several stations at Chandpur, Barisal, Mongla and many other ports in the way. White wooden cabins, beds in clear white sheets, a range of western and local dishes served, the tranquil paddle steam boat voyage through spectacular rivers views keeping a gentle memory in the minds of million people.
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