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Kalabaria Nilkuthi / Gazi Kuthi
Narail >>  Kalia

A few of the 'Nilkuthi' that were used to prepare the blue during the East India Company period, this 'Kalabaria Nilkuthi' was one of those. At present, this 'kuthi' is known as Gazi Kuthi. The owner of this plant was indigo tax collector Dunlop. In this 'Kuthi', two houses were used for making blue, which can still be seen. The indigo tax collector used to indulge in inhuman torture on the indigo planters. Forcibly forced indigo cultivation. Indigenous Peelants Revolt started indiscriminately in the 'Nilkuthi'. This insignificant uprising against the indigo plantation took place in 1840. To see this 'Nilkuthi' you have to go to the southern edge of Kalabaria village under Kalia upazila of Narail district. ...... read full story

Ghorakhali Nilkuthi
Narail >>  Narail Sadar

This historic Ghorakhali Nilkuthi can be seen in a place called Ghorakhali in sadar upazila of Narail district. The place is located about 2 kilometers away from Narail district town. Zamindar Ramratan Roy is known to be the founder of this Nilkuthi. The book 'Krishnakanta's Wil' was written by the literary emperor Bankimchandra Chattapadhyay. In this book, the literary Ghorakhali has called the Nilkuth as 'Prasadhpur Nilkuthi'. ...... read full story

Ulo Nilkuthi
Narail >>  Narail Sadar

A village named Ula in Laxmipasha union of Lohagora upazila of Narail district, the ruins of an ancient Neelkuthi, which were built by the British during the East India Company, can be seen. It is believed that this kuthi was established in the first half of the twentieth century. Kuthi is located near Dighalia High School. Blue was processed in this Nilkuthi' and it was sold outwards. ...... read full story

Narayanganj >>  Sonargaon

This kuthi is near the Dalalpura pool in Dalalpur in Panam area of Sonargaon upazila of Narayanganj district. It is a Neelkuthi. The East India Company's blue production factory was there. It was estimated to be built between 1626 and 1660. It is a two-storied building constructed by brick. ...... read full story

House of Sardar
Narayanganj >>  Sonargaon

You can see Sardar's house at Ichpara in Sonargaon upazila of Narayanganj district. At present, the "Folk Art and Crafts Museum" has been developed with a large area of this house and surrounding area. This is known as the Sonargaon Museum. The walls of Sardar's house, especially the doors of the building, are very pleasant. There is a large pond next to the house. In 1901, this Sardar's house was built. ...... read full story

Panam City
Narayanganj >>  Sonargaon

Panam town is situated in Sonargaon of Narayanganj district, which is an architectural style of the Sultanate period. It is a historic and popular tourist spot. Generally, this city is known to the public as "Habli Sonargaon". Once upon a time this city was a prosperous and famous populated city. The road length of this Panam city is more than 1 mile. You can see some big buildings on the side of the street of Panam city. These buildings are built by brick. You can see about 52 buildings in this city. These buildings were mainly mosques, madrasas, shrines, residential areas. Most of the buildings are double-decked.
Not only is there a sign of the Sultanate period, but also during the British period, the English built a modern building, which is known as 'Company-Ka-Kuthi'. The English used to operate their 'East India Company' business activities from this city. ...... read full story

Natore Rajbari / Queen Bhabani's Palace
Natore >>  Natore Sadar

The Natore Rajbari, situated around 50 acres of land, is located in the north of Natore city. Many people are also known as Rani Bhabani's Rajprasad. There are several small prasadas, temples with rajprasad. There was a garden in front of palace, A park has been renovated in the garden. In the beginning of the eighteenth century this palace was considered to be built. It is currently being used as the Deputy Commissioner's Office. ...... read full story

Uttara Ganobhaban / Dighapatia Rajbari
Natore >>  Natore Sadar

The Uttara Gana Bhavan is situated in Dighapatiya of Natore. It is also known as Dighapatiya Rajbari. It is located about 3 kilometers away from the city of Natore. This palace was built in 1734. After a devastating earthquake of 1897, due to its widespread loss, a palace was rebuilt in this place. Currently it is the newly built palace. The last king of this palace was Pratibanatha. After partitioning the country in 1947, Raja, along with his family, moved to Calcutta, India in 1950. The palace was acquired by the East Pakistan Government in 1951 and in 1966 it was declared as the Governor House or East Pakistan House. After the independence of Bangladesh, in 1972, the architect of Bangladesh State Sheikh Mujibur Rahman converted it into Gana Bhaban and named Uttara Ganobhaban. The Rajbari Gate, the main palace, Kumar Palace, is giving a connotation to the tradition and royalty symbol of these kings, even today. In the palace area, one-storey building has 34 rooms. The flower garden is being built in front of the palace. There are water fountains, and some women statues made of marble stones. The cabinet meeting was held in this building only outside the capital Dhaka. ...... read full story

Rayerkathi zamindarbari and shiva temple
Pirojpur >>  Pirojpur Sadar

The zamindari house, situated near the police line in Pirojpur district headquarters, The zamindari house and its various structures have been constructed in huge spaces. There is an old Shiva temple with Zamindar's house. Raja Rudra Narayan Roy, the descendant of Bara Bhuiyan, built this palace in 1658. Raj Bhavan, Nahabatkhana, guest house, theater, etc. were once in the royal house. The zamindar house is now just carrying the memories of the past, giving it the glory of past zamindars. A large sibilanga has been installed at the Shiv Temple of Raj Bhavan. It is said that it is one of the largest Shiblinga in the subcontinent.
To see the historic temple and the Rajbari, you will have to go to Raikarkati from Pirojpur Sadar upazila. The place will be about 3-4 kilometers away from the city. So, in rickshaws or autorickshaws, you can go to the zamindari bari. ...... read full story

Boro (Big) kuthi
Rajshahi >>  Boalia (thana)

This building, named the Barakuthi, is believed to be the oldest building in Rajshahi district. The silk trade started from this building. In one room of the building, the silk farmers were tortured. Many times, due to torture, the farmer died. Dutch businessmen built this building in the eighteenth century. Since the establishment of the University of Rajshahi, this building was used as a VC's office and a club of teachers-officers. The building is a two-storey palace. ...... read full story

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