Cheragdani Dighi and Mosque: Historical beautiful mosque with natural view of a larger pond.

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Getting Around:

The mosque created a historical environment here. The design & decoration of the mosque is very old. But it looks very nice. The interior decoration is mostly good. The hand made work on the wall will make you proud. You will feel to have it. The amazing part is most of the people of the area say their prayer here. In Friday the Mosque Committee is disturbed, because they can’t give accommodation to all people that came to say prayer.

The natural beauty beside the mosque is also great. Hugely trees, birds make the place even more beautiful I think you should visit the place. The place where the Muslims say their prayer is a very big place. The decoration is also very good. The cut of stones made it even more beautiful the place is rounded by trees and garden. The fragrance of it will make you feel lot better. There are so many books here that can tell you about all the secrets about the world.

There is a Dighi. The local people call it the Cheragdani dighi. It is a very beautiful place. There are some crocodiles in the big dighi. They come near the people call them and give them something to eat. I saw the Dighi with my own eyes and derived much pleasure. On the night of the full moon of the month of September a big fair is held beside the dighi. Many people attend the fair. In whole day the fish catching is a thing to watch. The procedure the hard word everything can be seen from here. When some one catches fish it feels good to see it. The total beauty is just like heaven in there.

Getting in:

Jhenaidah is a district in South-western Bangladesh. It is a part of the Khulna Division. On the northern it borders the Kushtia District on the north, to the south by Jessore District and West Bengal, to the east by Rajbari District and Magura District and to the west by Chuadanga District and West Bengal (India) on the west.

If you want to go there from Dhaka then you have to go through bus or by plane. If you want to go there by plane then you have to land on Jessore which is just some distance away from Jhenaidah. Then you can make a short trip to reach the place. But if you want to go there through bus then you can make a trip of 5 & half hours to reach the place.

The journeys will not fact at all as the roads construction is very good. Not only that if you want to go there from Rajshahi or Khulna then also you can take bus & go there easily. After reaching there you have to make a short trip to reach the place as it is little bit distance from the main town.

You will be really pleased to stay in the hotel of here. The fine accommodation system & the hotel management are very good here. I am sure the management will pleased you a lot. You can get different types of hotels here. If you want less priced hotel then you will get it & if you want good hotels then there is also no problem. Some of the hotels name is included here-

Hotel Sonali at Main road

Hotel Dilruba at in front of Police station

The food management is also very good. You can get different types of food items there. It won’t be a great problem to find a suitable restaurant for you to eat. The foods are also very delicious. You can get foods also from the resident hotel where you are staying. I think to taste different food items of different restaurant will be a good idea. I am telling from my prospective view that you will enjoy the food.

The transportation medium in the town is Rickshaw. You can also get van there. The quantity of this type of transportation medium is high in the city. So you don’t have to play a waiting game to get that. The rent of them is also not that high so with cheap rate you can travel a bit.

The area will give you a lot of pleasure. You will not feel to leave the city. Believe me it will remove the monotonous type of life & will give you a fresh life. So I think it will good not to delay & make a trip there as soon as possible & make you feel lot better than you were feeling before visiting the place.

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Kushtia: the cultural capital of Bangladesh

Kushtia is a district in Khulna division of western Bangladesh. It is 1621.5 square in area. Lots of cultural and Historical places are in Kushtia.

The history of kushtia comes from the old age. It was in the larger area named Nodia before the separation from India. So many histories had spread here and there in Kushtia.

The most honorable poet, writer and philosopher of the Indian sub continent, Nobel laureate Rabindranath Tagore has stayed at Shilaidah Kuthibari during the most important time of his carrier. it is a wonderful place to visit.

Lalon Shah was the greatest poet, folk singer and lyric writer, thinker of his age. People and his followers remember him for his wisdom on songs and talks. His songs touch minds, goes from heart to hearts. His tomb and shrine is situated in Kushtia. It is a great place to visit. It has auditorium, library, museum, graveyard, garden and many more.

Tarun’s house is another historical place which is situated just beside of the tomb of Lalon Shah.

Tarun’s father was a Sufi named Samrat Ekdil Shah. The majar of Ekdil Shah is another nice place. There is a high tower inside of a triangle island. From the top of the tower you can see a triangle island named Haripur which is covered with both of the rivers Padma and Goraih. It gives a view which is unbelievable that you’ve not imagined before.

There are two historical and beautiful mosques in Kushtia town. One is Shahi Mosque and the other one is the Baitul Jannat Mosque.

The one and only railway of Bangladesh which is directly connected with India goes over the Kushtia and it was the first railway of Bangladesh, built in Kushtia by the British government in 1860.

There are two historical and old industries in Kushtia. One is the Renwick & Jagneshwar company (1896) and the another is the Mohini Mills (1919). The internal area with the river side of the Renwick & Jagneshwar Company is another beautiful area to see.

The Islamic University of Kushtia is a public varsity of Bangladesh. It is also a historical place. The campus of the university is well decorated, beautiful and green.

The first muslim writer of the Bengali language Mir Mosharraf Hossain is the son of Kushtia. His home is in Kushtia but now you can’t see there anything without a school and a museum.

The municipality building of Kushtia is another historical place which was built in 1886.

There are 4 Hotels with a guest house in which foreigners can stay cause they are good. There are 3 very good restaurants to feed you at reasonable cost.

Kushtia is the capital of culture of Bangladesh. The little district Kushtia is very popular place for tourists to visit for its hidden history.

Bagerhat: little town near the sea where history of 600 years is hidden

Bagerhat is one of the most popular historical towns of Bangladesh which is in Khulna division.

In 15th century a saint named Khan Jahan Ali came here in Khalifabad (present Bagerhat). He constructed a muslim colony and for this he made mosques and many more. It is the reason for why people visit there. Among some villages and so many natural views you can see the wonderful places too.

It is not only near to a sea port named Mongla but also directly connected with the divisional city, Khulna.

Most of the historical places are situated beside the main street. The Majar is 2 kilometers from the Shat Gambuj Mosque (Sixty Dome Mosque) and the mosque is beside of the main road.

Shat Gambuj Masjid, which means a mosque with 60 domes, was constructed in 1449. Though the mosque has 77 squade domes, traditionally it is called as sixty dome mosque. There is a museum in the mosque area. Foreigners have to pay a small entrance fee of BDT 50 to visit the mosque. The museum beside the mosque is open from 9am to 12pm and from 2pm to 5pm.

Khan Jahan Ali’s tomb is one of the main attractions of Bagerhat. Everyday many visitors come here to pay respects for the holy saint. It is at the south of the main road and about 4km from the main bus stop. The tomb is decorated with colorful clothes. Most of the women pay respects there. There are some other mosques here and there inside the town and most of them are single domed. If you’ve not a specific interest, they’ll not be interesting.

Near of the dorga there are so many tiny shops but you can’t buy anything without prayer beads and some little trinkets.

There are some little dhabas near of the bus station. You’ll have to think once about food quality before taking.

Two lackluster budget hotels are there in north of bus stand, near of the river. It’s no needed to stay night there cause it takes about two hours to visit here.