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Bandar Shahi Mosque / Baba Saleh Mosque
Narayanganj >>  Bandar

Baba Saleh Mosque can be seen in Narayanganj's Bandar Upazila. It is locally known as the Port Shahi Mosque. This mosque is located approximately one and a half kilometers south of Kadam Messenger dargah. It is a 1-domed mosque. Inside the mosque you can see 3 mihrabs on the western wall. There are 3 entrances on the east wall and 1 entrance on the north and south walls. Four pillars in the four corners of the mosque can be seen. It is known that in 1481 or 1505, during the reign of Bengal Sultan Jalal-ud-Din Fateh Shah, a man named Baba Saleh built this mosque. Later the mosque was renovated and modernized. ...... read full story

Kadam Rasul Dargah
Narayanganj >>  Bandar

This Kadam Rasul dargah is in Nabiganj in Bandar upazila of Narayanganj district. This place was formerly known as Rasulpura. It is estimated that in 1778 this dargah was built. This dargah building is double-decked and has a dome. Here are two pieces of stone that is said to have the footprint of Prophet Muhammad (pbuh). ...... read full story

Bibi Mariam mosque and tomb mausoleum
Narayanganj >>  Narayanganj Sadar

Mosque and tombs of Bibi Mariam are in a place called Hajiganj in Sadar upazila of Narayanganj district. The mosque is rectangular and has 3 domes. The central dome of these three domes is relatively big. The religious building is about 50 feet in length and about 45 feet in width. The number of mihrabs inside the mosque is 3. The construction techniques of mihrabs are also an exception. The mihrabs were constructed in four corners. To reach the mosque, three entrances to the east and one entrance to the north and south. You can see 4 monuments in the 4 corners of the mosque. The mosque has been reformed later.
A tomb can be seen on the east side of the mosque. This is the grave of Bibi Mariam. Bibi Mariam was the daughter of Bangla Subbader Nawab Shaista Khan. Shaista Khan built a mosque named after his daughter, which is known as Bibi Mariam Mosque. Bibi Mariam's tomb is built on a high platform. It is a one-domed building. The tomb is built on the black stone basement. Bibi Mariam's body of the grave is made of white marble stones. There are entrances to the east, west and south entrance to the tomb chamber. It is to be noted that Bibi Mariam is called 'Turan-Dukht'. ...... read full story

Hajiganj 4 Dome Mosque
Narayanganj >>  Narayanganj Sadar

A mosque with a four-domed mosque can be seen in Hajiganj area of ​​Sadar upazila of Narayanganj district. However, the number of dome on the main cell of the mosque is only 1. The other three domes are on the verandah of the mosque. The domes made on the verandah are smaller in size than the main dome. These three domes were not in the beginning, they were built later. It is believed that this mosque was built during the reign of Sultan Ala-ud-Din Husain Shah and his descendants between 1493 and 1538 AD. ...... 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

Sonargaon Upazila
Narayanganj >>  Sonargaon

The historic Sonargaon, about 25 kilometers away from the capital Dhaka and about 11 kilometers east of Narayanganj district headquarters. This historic area was once capital city. It was once a well-known business center because the area was also quite convenient for geographical trade. This Sonargaon was once the world's most perfect and smooth textile muslin production center. The muslin was so light and smooth that if the fabric of one hundred yards of muslin was wrapped around the head, hair should be seen. One pound yarn could be expanded up to 160 miles. At present, a muslin cloth has been preserved in the National Museum in Shahbag, capital of Dhaka for exhibition. When the British started cultivating blue in this country, forced to stop producing muslin cloth. Sonargaon was also the main center of the blue trade. In 1346, the world famous tourist Moroccan resident Ibn Battuta came here first. ...... 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

Abdul Hamid Mosque
Narayanganj >>  Sonargaon

This Abdul Hamid mosque is situated in the village of Goaldi in Sonargaon upazila of Narayanganj district, at some distance north of Goaldi mosque. According to an inscription of the mosque, during the reign of Emperor Aurangzeb, a person named Shah Abdul Hamid built it in 1705. Though the mosque is rebuilt, its impression of its original features still exists. ...... read full story

Damdama Mosque
Narayanganj >>  Sonargaon

This ancient mosque, Damdama, can be found near the Mongara Bazar and Khanka Sharif of Sonargaon upazila of Narayanganj district. In 1484, this mosque was built during the rule of Sultan Jalal Uddin Fateh Shah. It is a dome with a religious erection. And built in square. This building was rebuilt during Emperor Aurangzeb's reign. There is a black stone in front of the mosque, which has a symbol of an idol. For this reason many people think that there were temples in Hindu-Buddhist era. ...... read full story

Goaldi Mosque
Narayanganj >>  Sonargaon

There is an ancient mosque called Goaldi Mosque in a village named Goaldi of Sonargaon upazila of Narayanganj district. The location of this mosque is about 1 kilometer away from Sonargaon's folk art museum. It is built in a square and a domed mosque. The length of the arm is about 26 feet. There are 3 entrances on the east wall of the religious building and there are 1 entrance on the north and south walls. On the west wall there are 3 mihrabs. The width of the walls of the building is 5 feet. The mosque has 4 round towers in 4 corners. At the end of the reign of Alauddin Hussein Shah in 1519, a person named Hijabur-ud-din built the mosque. The mosque was once decorated with terracotta ornaments. However, some of the terracotta ornaments still can be seen in the post-reforms. ...... read full story

Moajjemabad mosque / Mahajampur Shahi Mosque / Mosque and mazar of Ahmad Shah
Narayanganj >>  Sonargaon

This ancient mosque named Moajjemabad can be seen in Mahajampur of Sonargaon upazila of Narayanganj district. Locally, this mosque is also known as Mahajampur Shahi Mosque. It is a six-domed mosque. According to the inscription, the mosque was built by a person named Firoz Khan, during the reign of Sultan Shams Al-Din Ahmad Shah (1432 to 36). So it is known as Ahmad Shah's mosque. Mahajampur's former name was Moajjemabad. Moajjemabad is a famous place of the Sultanate period. Here is the mint and administration center of the Sultan. The mosque is believed to be the oldest among the ancient mosques in Bangladesh. There are many things in the past that are not present in the mosque. A mazar Sharif will be seen near the mosque. The shrine of a saint named Shah Langar. ...... read full story

The shrine of Sultan Ghiyasuddin Azam Shah
Narayanganj >>  Sonargaon

Sultan Ghiyasuddin Azam Shah's mazar is in Mogarapara village of Sonargaon upazila of Narayanganj district. He was a famous sultan of the Ilias Shahi dynasty. Ghiyasuddin Azam Shah was the Sultan of Gaur in 1389. And ruled until death. His tomb was made of black stone. The shrine does not have any form. Initially it was a beautiful tomb. It is estimated that in 1410-11 this tomb was constructed. Many people think that the tomb of Sultan Ghiyasuddin Azam Shah is the shrine of a pir named Kali Pir. They believe that the tomb of brick built on the east side of this mausoleum is the tomb of Sultan Ghiyasuddin Azam Shah. ...... read full story

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