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Panti of Bhima
Naogaon >>  Dhamoirhat

You can see this Bhima's Panti near the Mangalbari Hat of Mukundpur Hargauri of Jahanpur Union under Dhamirhat upazila of Naogaon district. It is a single black stone pillar. The locals know this black stone pillar as Bhima's Panti or the stick of Bhima of the King Kaivarta. Previously there was an idol on this pillar. The statue was like half-male and half-bird. But it was broken by the thunderstorm. At present, only the pillar stands for witness of time. It is believed that in the ninth or tenth century Pala Raja Narayanapala's Minister Bhattaguru Mishra built this Panti. ...... read full story

Dibar Dighi / Karmakar Dighi and Divijay Jayasthambah / Dibar memorial pillar
Naogaon >>  Patnitala

You can see a gigantic Dighi at Sapahar near beside Sapahar-Patnitala road about 13 kilometers from Patnitala upazila of Naogaon district. It is known as Dibre Dighi. To many local people it is also known as Karmakar Dighi. It is common that it is a thousand years old dighies. The dighi is now the place to be an entertainment center. Planting around the Dighi, the clutter of birds will fascinate you. A pillar of granid stone can be seen in the middle of the Dibra dighi. It is known as Divya Vijayambalam. The pillar is eight corner. It is said that, during the reign of King Divyaq, when the war with Pala Prince was defeated, King Deviya defeated the King. It is said that during the reign of King Dhiyak, in the battle with Pala Prince, King Dhavik defeated Pal Prince. A victory pillar was built here on the occasion of the victory of King Diniyak, this is the divine victory pillar or Dibar memorial pillar. The height of this pillar is about 31 feet 8 inches. ...... read full story

Hajiganj Fort
Narayanganj >>  Narayanganj Sadar

The Hajiganj fort located in Sadar upazila of Narayanganj district is built in five corners. The fort is 250 feet in length and 200 feet in width. The corners of the fort are semi-circular. The towers were constructed to keep the cannons on these angles. This Hajiganj area of ​​Narayanganj was a very important place during the Mughal era. During the Mughal period, Narayanganj and Dhaka were occasionally attacked due to the attack of Mugs, Arakni and Firangis. For protecting the inhabitants of this region from the invasion of these bandits, the Mughals constructed several forts. Among the forts, the Hajiganj fort was one of the important and notable fortresses. This Hajiganj fort was a water fort. ...... read full story

Tradition Narayanganj
Narayanganj >>  Narayanganj Sadar

Traditional Narayanganj is a sculpture name. This sculpture has been constructed in front of the office of Narayanganj Deputy Commissioner. In the sculpture, Narayanganj's original heritage, civilization, cultural history has been presented. The sculpture along with the altar is made up of 65 sqft area. The sculptor of the sculpture is Mobarak Hossain Khan. This sculpture was inaugurated on 23 June 2016. ...... read full story

Pyramid and the Taj Mahal of Bengal
Narayanganj >>  Sonargaon

If you want to see Egypt's Pyramid or Taj Mahal in Agra, you can come to Sonargaon of Narayanganj district. These two spectacular structures were built on the basis of Egypt's Pyramid and the Taj Mahal in Agra, India. This replica of Taj Mahal can be seen in Parabo village of Jampur Union of Sonargaon in Narayanganj. It is known as the Taj Mahan of Bengal. This architecture will attract the beauty of the tourists. After 7 years of construction, the construction of the building was opened to everyone in 2008. Egypt's Pyramid Replica has also been constructed in the same village. The architect of the architect is Bangladesh's renowned film director Ahsan Ullah Moni. ...... read full story

Panam bridge
Narayanganj >>  Sonargaon

Panam Bridge, one of the architectural structures of Sonargaon upazila of Narayanganj district. This bridge has been built by brick over the Panama River, which flows through the city of Panam. The bridge is built in the Mughal era. It is a connecting bridge between Hajiganj and Baidya Bazar. The bridge is about 43 meters long. This bridge was constructed very high on the river Panam so that the boat could move through the river. ...... read full story

Wari-Bateswar village
Narsingdi >>  Belabo

Wari and Bateswar two villages of Belabo upazila of Narsingdi district. The village is famous for its two sites. Here the evidence of the human settlement of 450 BC was found. A museum has been built here with the archives derived from this site. Silver coins, ancient pottery, Mansa Mangal Kavya, the smallest Quran, Brawn statue written in the 19th century, will be seen in this museum. The museum is known locally as Hanif Pathana house. ...... read full story

Rowailbari Fort
Netrokona >>  Kendua

The name of one of the prehistoric places of the Rowailbari Union of Kendua is Rowailbari Fort. The archaeological resources that were buried under the soil for many years were exposed in 1991 due to digging. It was a fort built by brick. The buildings, mosques, cemeteries, etc. have been discovered here. As a result of digging the soil, ancient materials used are also found. This castle palace is situated around 46 acres of land. The interior of the castle is believed to be the Sultanate period. Once upon a time the fort was ruled by the best Bhuiyan of Bara Bhuiyan, Isha Khan. The inner walls of the building of the Rowailbari fort were ornamented with terracotta designs. Which is still visible today. The mosque, which was excavated by the excavation of the fort, was a 15-dome mosque. On the west wall there were 5 mihrabs. The walls of the mosque were about 7 feet wide. ...... read full story

Kinn bridge
Sylhet >>  Sylhet Sadar

To enter the Sylhet city, you have to go through this Kinn bridge. Therefore, it is called the gateway to Sylhet. This bridge was built in 1936 on the Surma river flowing through Sylhet. At that time the bridge was named after the English governor Michael Kinn. The attractive feature of this bridge, which is easy to look at, is designed to bend it like a bow. It is about 1150 feet long and 18 feet wide and the bridge is made of iron. In the 1971 war of liberation, some parts of the bridge were damaged by the Pakistani army and were repaired with wood and bailey parts. Although some parts are damaged, this bridge built in British times is still the same as in the past. ...... read full story

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