Friday, October 24, 2014

ZAFLONG, SYLHET: A beautiful location for the tourist

Jaflong is one of the most adventurous tourist spots in Sylhet division. It contains awesome natural  During the rainy season torrents of water can be seen gushing down the mountain forming small waterfalls. Visitors also see an enormous beautiful waterfall on the way of Sylhet to Jaflong. Jaflong is totally a hilly area of real natural beauty where hills are greenish with the forests. Lots of wild animal lives in this forest, so you need to be careful to enter in the forest. 


Friday, June 13, 2014

Sonadia Island: A beautiful island in bangladesh



Cox’s Bazar is a popular place in Bangladesh and each year uncountable visitors visits to its shore. It boasts with having the world longest widest sandy beach and is always brightly decorated in beach umbrellas and relaxing visitors. Besides of its coast, there is a small island name ‘’Sonadia’’ Island. This island is mainly used by the fisher man for fishing.  ''Sonadia'' Island is rich in nature and attractiveness.
During the winter fishermen from different place of country return to the island to fish of its shore and make temporary shelter and living houses for the duration of their stay. 


the Asian Water bird Conservation Fund has been doing extensive research and surveys of ''Sonadia'' Island Since about 2006 in regard to the bird type found on the island. They have been working closely with local communities to fight poaching and unlawful confine of the birds by outsiders who come to the island and make  traps for birds. the Asian Water bird Conservation Fund have recorded an estimated 52 type of  bird on the island, including resident and traveling birds. 


Tourist will be able to find some wonderful sea shells on the beaches along the western side of the island and in the northern waters. Visitors will be able to see the apparently endless beds filled with windowpane oysters. ''Sonadia'' Island is a natural paradise, with beauty around every corner.


You Can also visit this island to watch the beauty of ‘’Sonadia’’ Island, Bangladesh

Sunday, May 18, 2014

SEVEN DOME MOSQUE


Seven Dome Mosque was made by Shaista Khan. He was a Army General of Mughal Empire in Bengal region from 1664 to 1688. As the accurate date and year of building of the Masjid is not known, archeologist assume this Mosque was made between these years. The overall Size of the Mosque is 17.67meter X 6.22meter. The Seven Dome Mosque has 03 domes in north to south side and 04 dooms in four corners. In total it has 07 domes, that’s why people call it Sat Gombuj (Seven Dome) Mosque. All the 07 domes are almost in same size.

It has a small gate in front of the mosque. The gate itself alone count as an archeological tradition.  It has a grave yard in east north corner.

Inside  boundary, there is a big flower garden, which is also property and part of the Seven Dome Mosque. Boundary of the garden of Seven Dome Mosque ends in the road and just opposite side of the road there is also a small construction which is actually a shrine (Majar Sharif). People assume that one daughter of Shaista Khan is sleeping in this Majar sharif.

Monday, May 5, 2014

KOTKA BEACH: SUNDARBAN


Bangladesh is a magnificent Country in the world. There are many tourist spot in Bangladesh. All spot in Bangladesh are very attractive and well-known. Sundarban is one of them. It is one of the biggest mangrove forest in the world. It is more beautiful place for the visitor. The bigest mangrove forest in the World (140,000 ha). The World famous and dangerous Royal Bengal Tiger’s live in this forest and about 450 tigers live in Sundarban. About thirty thousand amazing spotted deer live in Sundarban. There are many traveler Spot in Sundarban. Kotka beach is one of Heritage sites in Sunderban. Katka a base for safaris, and well spot to see royal bengol tigers and for many kind of bird-watching. Kotka is famous for many rare and magnificent wild animals. At Kotka beach you can see wild animals right from tigers to deer and also varieties of birds and many kinds of monkeys.

Don’t miss this place if you are an adventurous traveler.

Monday, April 28, 2014

Mughal Edgah: Dhaka, Bangladesh



The Mughal Eidgah is placed at Saat Masjid road, in the Dhanmondi residential area of  Dhaka, Bangladesh. This municipal open space has been in use for the two Muslim ceremonies  that is Eid celebrations. It was prepared in 1640 CE. Conservationist architect Abu Sayeed M Ahmed wtote, "This beautiful  Eidgah is the oldest surviving Mughal memorial in Dhaka city. There is no similar one with the architectural forms and facial appearance similar to it."

traditionally known as "Dhanmondi Eidgah", It is 368-year-old structure, situated at Dhanmondi 6A, Dhaka, it is listed archaeological site of the Department of Archaeology. It was made during the Mughal era and has historical, architectural and heritage value of this site.

Friday, April 25, 2014

Mahasthangarh: Bangladesh



The anthropology spot 'Mahasthan' means that an excellent place. placed at a distance of eighteen kilometer. north of Bogra city, Mahasthangarh is that the oldest anthropology spot of People's Republic of Bangladesh that is placed on the western bank of the Karatoa. The spectacular spot is AN imposing landmark within the region having a fortified space and its ancient ruins unfolded at intervals a semi circle of concerning eight kilometer in radius. many isolated mounds, the native names of that place are Govinda Bhita Temple, Khodai Pathar Mound, Mankalir Kunda, Parasuramer Bedi, Jiyat Kunda etc. contain the fortified town. This third century anthropology spot remains control by the Hindus to be of nice quality. once a year in time period and each twelve year in Gregorian calendar month thousands of Hindu devotees gather here for a showering ceremony within the stream Karatoa.

A visit to the positioning depository at Mahasthangarh can open up a large type of antiquities, starting from terracotta objects to gold ornaments and coins mammary gland up from the positioning. conjointly noteworthy ar the shrine of monarch swayer Bulkhi Mahisawar and Gokul Medh within the neighborhood of Mahasthangarh.