Wednesday, December 30, 2015

Dhaka City Of Bangladesh

The capital of Bangladesh, Dhaka is on of the important city of south Asia and one of the attractive tourist places of Bangladesh. It is the 7th mega city of the world. The city is known as the city of mosque. During the moghol period it was called Jahangirmagar, the principal city of Bangladesh.

This attractive city was founded in 1608 AD. The bank of the river buriganga is the location of this city. It is the centre for engineering, marketable, cultural, educational and political activities for Bangladesh.

There are a huge number of tourist attractions in this city. Some of them are placing below:

Mosque: With thousands of beautiful and ancient mosques Dhaka is called the city of mosque. The well-known ones are the national mosque of Bangladesh called Baitul Mukarram, 17 century’s 7 domed mosque, 18 century’s Star Mosque, Husani Dalan Mosque, Chawkbazar Masque etc. You will be amazed and refresh by seeing them. The mosques are well decorated and have panoramic view.

Churches: Though Bangladesh is a Muslim country but Hindu, Muslim, Buddha, Christian live here with peach and unity. As a result there are several historical Churches in this city. Among them Armenian Church (situated in 1781 A.D.), former Holy Rosary Church (Situated in 1677A.D.) and Ramona’s St. Mary’s Cathedral are more highlighted.
Hindu Temples: There are hundreds of temples with historical, ancient and wonderful showing in the city. The most notable of them are Ramkrishna Mission, Dhakeshwary Temple etc.

Central Shahid Miner: Central Shahid Miner is situated in Dhaka University, the symbol of the martyrs of historic language movement of Bangladesh. The movement was took place in 21 February 1952. UNESCO declared the day as the International Mother Language Day. Every year thousands of people come here with flower bucket to respect the martyrs in the day.

Sonargaon: Previous capital of Bangladesh Sonargaon is located about 29 kilometers far from Dhaka. There is a folk art and craft museum reserving various elements of ancient capital and etc.

Dhaka University: Dhaka University is the central educational institution. Its history is as far as 1901. Every national movement is started from here. So it bears an historical importance of Bangladesh.

National Poet's Graveyard: You will see the Graveyard of Kazi Nazrul Islam the national poet of Bangladesh by traveling this city. It is situated just adjacent of the central Mosque of Dhaka University.

Lalbag Fort: Mughal emperor Aorangazab’s son Mohammad Azam built Lalbag Fort in 1678 A.D. During the first war of independence in 1857 A.D. the fort was the scene of bloody battle. Lalbag Mosque, the tomb of Paribibi, Hammam of Nawab Shaista Khan and Audience are the great memorials.

Ahsan Manzil: The home of the Nawab of Dhaka and a hushed outsider of many actions is this Ahsan Manjil. It is a model of the nation's rich enlightening legacy. The location of this Manjil is the bank of Buriganga River. Now it is a museum. There is 31 rooms with huge dome and 23 galleries displaying furniture and household articles used by Nawab. Your mind will be refreshed by seeing this panoramic scene.

Bahadur Shah Park: this park was built in 1857 to honor the martyrs of the first liberation war (1857-1859) against the British rule.

National Botanical Garden: National Botanical Garden is situated at Morpur east of the Dhaka Zoo. You will able to meet natural scenery out of the city in this garden.

With thousands of attractive tourist place we describe here only a few items. You will wonder by visiting this wonderful city. The actual experience you will get here is impossible from any where in the world. So without killing time you can visit this place.

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