One of the haors for those who prefer to travel to Haor and Beel is Dharanti Haor in Brahmanbaria district. Meghna to the west and Titus to the east. Dharanti with huge wetlands in the middle. The nature of the monsoon in Bengal is beautiful. The light of his form fell on the earth’s chest too. The earth then swelled and rose into the water.
Haor is full of water from Boishakh to Ashwin month. The light rays of the sun then glistened in the water of the haor. The water overflowed on both sides of the Sarail-Nasirnagar road which was cut off by the haor. Mainly people gather on this road to enjoy the beauty of the earth. In the late afternoon, gentle breeze and two-way water make the mind relaxed and calm. The Sarail Nasirnagar road is a few miles long, so you can walk a long distance through it. You can also enjoy the beauty of both sides of the haor by riding a motorcycle. Fascinated by the beauty of the earth, some people call it Mini Cox’s Bazar. This haor satisfies the thirst of hundreds of traveling thirsty people every day. Overflowing crowds of people can be seen around the various festivals of Eid Puja.
It is basically a picnic spot. If you want, you can also come here on holiday with family and friends. This Dharanti Haor is located just three hours away from the capital. You can come back day by day.
If you want to go around the earth with a boat, you can do that too. Boat rentals are available on the side of the road. Boating costs are also affordable. However, no shops or seating areas have been developed here yet.
Places to visit:
As one of the major pilgrimage sites of the Hindu community, the Kalbhairav idol is located in the Medda area near the town of Brahmanbaria. Kalbhairav, situated on the banks of the river Titas, is famous as a historical and traditional temple. The main attraction of the temple is the 26 feet high Kalbhairav or Shiva idol. The huge and dazzling statue was made in 1905.
Take the road to Haor and go a little further. The bridge will be visible there. Coming and going of speed boat from 2nd bridge. You can visit the Kal Bhairab Temple on the banks of Titas for 20 rupees per person.
The palace of Raja Krishna Prasad Roy Chowdhury
The royal house you saw in the last film of famous fiction writer Humayun Ahmed ‘Ghetuputra Kamala’ is the royal house of Raja Krishna Prasad Roy Chowdhury. You will see a dilapidated royal house now. Locally it is known as the big house. The haor starts from the front of the house. You can also take a bath in the haor by descending through the ghat of Raj’s house. And since there is a market next to it, you can take food from the pond with fresh fish from the haor.
How to go
Dharanti can come and go from Dhaka in a very short time. Get off the bus at Sarail Bishwaroad from Jatrabari or Sayedabad. There are Sohag, Tisha, and Titas Paribahan buses plying from Dhaka to Brahmanbaria district. An auto-rickshaw or CNG fare from Biswaroad to Dharanti will cost 40 to 60 rupees. And if you want you can go to the Brahmanbaria district by train. The rent is about 145 rupees.
Besides, if you want to visit Bhairab from Sarail Biswaroad tomorrow, the auto-rickshaw fare will be 10 rupees. And to visit Raja Krishna Prasad Roy Chowdhury’s palace, he took a bus from Bishbrod to Madhabpur. Bus fare 30 rupees. The rest of the way from Madhabpur will have to go by CNG. Rent 25 to 30 rupees.
Where to stay
To get a good quality hotel to stay here you have to go to Brahmanbaria Sadar. You can also stay in a post-bungalow in Nasirnagar. And in case of a budget trip, if anyone wants to stay at low cost, they can also stay in the headquarters.
B: Note: Do not throw garbage anywhere. Remember, our environment is our responsibility.
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