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Ustad Aayat Ali Khan's Tomb
Cumilla >>  Cumilla Sadar

The tombs of Ustad Aayat Ali Khan, a famous musician of the subcontinent, have been discovered by digging the tomb buried near Tomato Bridge in the city of Comilla Sadar Upazila. Local researcher Ahsanul Kabir and writer Ziauddin Thakur of Comilla district on 23 May, 2016 found the tomb. According to the cemetery, Ustad Aayat Ali Khan was born on 26 April 1884. And passed away on September 2, 1967. The land of ancestor of Ustad Aayat Ali Khan in Shibpur of Nabinagar of Brahmanbaria. Ostad Alauddin Khan, one of the renowned musicians of the subcontinent, is his elder brother. ...... read full story

Dhaka >>  Hatirjheel

Hatirjheel is one of the entertainment spots in the capital city Dhaka.The largest squirrel in Asia can be seen here.It will disperse the color of water in different colors around it.It may seem that there are nowhere in Europe and America.This colorful fountain of 1,980 square meters of water can reach up to 80 meters.After the evening, in the color of the water sprouts, you will be lost in a fantasy world. ...... read full story

Pagla Bridge
Dhaka >>  Kadomtoli (thana)

A bridge can be seen in a place called Pagla near Dhaka-Narayanganj road outside Dhaka. The location of this bridge on the banks of Buriganga river. The bridge is known as Pagla Bridge. It is believed that this bridge was built in the seventeenth century under the rule of Mir Jumla. The structure of the bridge that still survives, impresses the tourists. The Bangladesh Archeology Department maintains the bridge. ...... read full story

Bahadur Shah Park / Victoria Park
Dhaka >>  Kotwali (thana)

This historic park is situated in the adjacent area of Jagannath University of ​​old Dhaka. Its current name is Bahadur Shah Park. By 1962 the park was known as Victoria Park. There is a tower inside the park, it was built during the renovation of the park in 1962. The monument was built in 1857 in memory of those who were martyred during the Sepoy Mutiny organized against the British Government. The park is a silent witness to the history of India's first independence movement. The English people called the struggle for the independence of this sepoy and people as a sepoy revolt. The rebellion started in January 1857 when Muslim and Hindu communities were excited when a news of a Rifle cartridge named enfield grilled mixed with cow and pork. At this time, the Indian sepoys declared Bahadur Shah as the emperor of India and declared war against the British. Many civilians who were defeated in the terrible bloody struggle during the Sepoy Mutiny and ordinary patriots were hanged in this park. After killing, they did not even hand over their dead bodies to their relatives. Dead bodies are mixed in soil with rubbish. ...... read full story

Big katara
Dhaka >>  Lalbag (thana)

This architectural heritage of the Mughal period is located on the south side of Chakbazar area of ​​Dhaka. Although this past glitter and genius is no longer there, it is still standing as a witness in time. It was used as a subdivision. It was a rectangular building. Some parts of the building still survive. An inscription from Katra shows that in the order of Shah Jahan's second son Shah Shuja, Dewan Abul Kashem built this palace in 1644 AD. There were 22 shops in this plot. The money received from the shop was used for repairing the Katra. Some money was donated to the poor. The front door of Katra was towards the south. ...... read full story

Hosni Dalan
Dhaka >>  Lalbag (thana)

This building is located in Bakshi Bazar area of Dhaka Medical College on the south. A person named Mir Murad built the building in 1642. During the reign of Sultan Muhammad Azam, Mir Murad was working in the Department of Works. ...... read full story

Small katra
Dhaka >>  Lalbag (thana)

A Katra was built in 1663 in the Chakbazar area of Dhaka. It is known as the small Katra. It is located in Hakim Habibur Rahman Lane ear chawkbazar. It is about 200 meters east of the big Katra. The present day is no longer there. It's a lot of negligence. The famous Mughal Subahdar Shaista Khan of Bengal was constructing this small katrati. ...... read full story

Dhaka Gate
Dhaka >>  Ramna (thana)

Between the Doyel Square and the Bangla Academy, on the western side of the old High Court, two pillars of the road are known as Dhaka Gate. ...... read full story

Open stage of Suhrawardy Udyan
Dhaka >>  Ramna (thana)

Open stage of Suhrawardy Udya is the country's largest Open stage near Dhaka University campus. This has been built on the pattern of Greek amphitheater. This stage, which has a capacity of around 2500 spectators, was inaugurated on 1 June 2011. ...... read full story

Poet Kazi Nazrul Islam's grave
Dhaka >>  Ramna (thana)

The grave of the rebel poet Kazi Nazrul Islam is beside the central mosque of Dhaka University. The poet was buried beside the mosque, according to the will. He is the national poet of Bangladesh. He died on 29 August 1976 in Dhaka. ...... read full story

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