Category Archives for "Bangladesh Traveling"

Tarash Bhaban A Archeological Place At Pabna

Tarash Bhaban is located at Golappur in the Pabna district of Bangladesh. A special archeological site located on Hamid Road. A unique immortal masterpiece of aesthetic beauty and architecture of Pabna city, this building is also known to many as Rajbari of Tarash. Banamali Roy Bahadur Tarash Bhaban, the largest zamindar of Pabna, erected the […]

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Bangladesh National Museum At Sahabag Dhaka

The architectural design of this four-storey building of the Bangladesh National Museum located in Shahbag, Dhaka is very eye-catching. The 20,000-square-meter building has more than 63,000 specimens in 45 galleries. Not only in Bangladesh, but it is also the largest museum in South Asian countries. The first floor of the museum is like a small […]

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Likkhiyang Jharna A Waterfall At Bandorban

Likkhyang Waterfall is one of the most unknown trails and unseen beauties of Bandarban. Despite being close to Remakri, very few people have walked this trail, which is relatively unfamiliar and full of wild beauty. The location of this fountain in a village, just before the small Madak Ghat, far from Remakri. Likhiang is ranked […]

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Ancient Monuments Of Amdah Village At Meherpur

A place of natural beauty. However, this number will be less than one thousand in some modern installations. Today we want to discuss the archeological sites of the Meherpur district. During the war of liberation, Meherpur witnessed several early battles between the Pakistani forces and the freedom fighters. Many battles took place here. The first […]

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In-laws Of Rabindranath Tagore At Khulna

Dakshindihi Rabindra Complex is a place in the memory of world poet Rabindranath Tagore (Rabindranath Thakur sosuraloy Khulna), located in Dakshindihi, Khulna. Dakshindihi is located 3 km northwest of Fultala Upazila, 19 km from Khulna city. This is the father-in-law’s house of Rabindranath Tagore. South Dihi has close ties with the famous Tagore family of […]

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