Top 8 Historic Places to Visit In Bangladesh

Top 8 Historic Places to Visit in Bangladesh

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Bangladesh may resemble a moderately youthful country; however, it has a rich history which offers you to fulfill your voyage on bygone locales. The provincial British run and the freedom war have made Bangladesh an unquestionable requirement visit put for the endeavor significant others to witness some magnificent archeological works of old time. Here is a spiritual adventure through the main eight authentic places in Bangladesh on their PohelaBoishakh 2017.

  1. Lalbagh Fort in Dhaka
Lalbagh Fort in Dhaka

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This acclaimed memorable place is arranged on the upper east side of Dhaka, Bangladesh. This was worked amid the Mughal run, on seventeenth century. Lalbagh post is accepted to be an inadequate Mughal fortification structure which was begun in 1678 AD by the Mughal Subahdar Muhammad Azam Shah. Amid the nineteenth century, this fortress grew up to be a position of upheaval by the neighborhood troopers, against the pioneer British run the show. The best time to visit this place is November to March, somewhat stormy condition, paints hues to the stronghold and its rich green garden.

  1. Kotila Mura In Comilla
Kotila Mura In Comilla

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This is one of the sacrosanct Buddhist spots and one of the fifth spots among the Mainamati ruins. This is accepted to be done on 600 AD. Kotila Mura is arranged in Comilla, Bangladesh. This old memorable place is arranged on a smoothed hillock and has three structures of Buddhist stupas. The three hallowed places are accepted to be the three gems of Buddhism, the Dharma, Sangha, and the Buddha. The best way to the place of worship is through the east, a door which prompts an enormous corridor. This credible Buddhist structure was dynamic from the seventh century to the thirteenth century. It has a close-by place to visit, the Shalbanvihar which is likewise a Buddhist place, one among the Mainamati ruins.

  1. The Liberation War Museum In Dhaka
The Liberation War Museum In Dhaka

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This is a place to visit when you need to think about the battle of the mother country and her youngsters to get freedom from outside military manage or ‘MuktiJudho’. Even though it is inherent 1971, it has got revamping by numerous National and universal archeological overviews. This historical center is two stories working with six displays in its credit. More than 10,000 items are shown here, which incorporate uncommon photos, media scope of that time, archives, and materials utilized by the saints of the freedom war. In any case, the significant protest that they have kept and protected so far is the human stays of the freedom war, in one of such war demise put.

An exceedingly prescribed place to visit and see the curio that portrays the genuine story of the drudge which Bangladesh needed to confront amid the freedom war with Pakistan.

  1. SomapuraMahavira At Naogaon
SomapuraMahavira At Naogaon

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This place is otherwise called ‘PaharpurMahavihar’ which is known for its magnificence religious community. This religious community was worked amid the Pala period. This is selected as UNESCO World Heritage. This religious community has a top position in world history for its cleaned and tremendous structural work. Each side of the religious community measures 900ft long and is developed of minister’s cells. There are 172 such cells and 92 sacrificial stones of love. There is a yard inside that containing the remaining parts of the antiquated Buddhist stupa. This is among those couple of religious communities that has survived the Muslim attack. The tremendous quadrangular structure remains with pride, and remains a legacy site for the guests of Bangladesh.

  1. ShalbanVihar At Comilla
ShalbanVihar At Comilla

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This is one among the Buddhist destinations of the Mainamati ruins. It is perused that Mainamati had been a Buddhist focus near seventh and twelfth century.  This site was worked amid the rule of Deva Dynasty, by Bhava Deva, the fourth ruler. The true shade of the building is fire like and could be the home of 115 ministers together. It was beforehand known as ShalbanRajar Bari, yet after the archeological overview, the had been known as a Buddhist Monastery. At the point when the unearthing of earthenware and copper work of art was found, it was then named as ShalbanVihar. It is one among the prestigious Buddhist Monasteries that had a superb nearness from the mid eighth century. Some important removal from this place are kept in the Mainamati Museum.

  1. Ahsan Manzil At Dhaka
Ahsan Manzil At Dhaka

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This is the legacy working of the then jamindar of Jamalpur. It was worked amid the late eighteenth century by Sheik Enayet Ullah. It was based on a colossal region covering a mid-year house for Sheik Enayet Ullah. The child of Sheik Enayet Ullah sold this radiant property to the French dealers. The French got vanquished and the English took force of the considerable number of properties, once ruled by the French. The old French building was then reproduced to two stories working by Ahsanullah, keeping comparability to the ‘Rangmahal’. The fate was a piece of the recreation of this mahal and after that came to be known as ‘Ahsan Manzil’. This royal residence is arranged on the bank of the stream Buriganga. It is a lovely, quiet and peaceful place that keeps you far from the sultry summer warm.

  1. The American Church In Dhaka
The American Church In Dhaka

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Armenian Apostolic Church of the Holy Resurrection is a prestigious design structure arranged in old Dhaka. It is a confirmation of the presence of American amid the seventeenth and eighteenth century. The Americans came to exchange this area. As jute and calfskin were shabby here, they thrived their exchange and began with group living. The congregation is rectangular fit as a fiddle with an enormous curve door in front. Even though the congregation stays shut often, it has a rearrangement by Bangladesh Archeological Survey.

  1. Mahasthangarh In Bogra
Mahasthangarh In Bogra

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It is the most antiquated urban archeological structure of Bangladesh, at the bank of stream Karatoya. There is confirmation that says this place existed amid the third century amid the rule of Pundravardhana. This place is accepted to be the capital of Pundravardhana. The invigorated focal point of the city is rectangular fit as a fiddle. There are presently a few hillocks and auxiliary destroys inside the zone. Of these, the JiatKunda, MankalirDhap (put hallowed to Mankali), ParasuramerBasgriha (royal residence of Parasuram), BairagirBhita,KhodarPatharBhita, and so forth are noteworthy. Be that as it may, the most critical confirmation of this place is a limestone piece, bearing six lines in Prakrit in Brahmi script.

On their most celebrating days, Bangladesh becomes one of the most favorite spot for vacations as their New Year starts on 14th of April. Seeing all these historic places, Shopping and celebrating their Bengali New Year Sale as well, Bangladesh is the place you must visit this April.

Author: Robin Salvador

Robin Vinz Salvador is a part-time travel blogger, part-time digital marketing consultant, and full-time dreamer. He loves the photographic medium for expressing what he loves about life. He always finds himself lost during travel. But he loves unfamiliar territories and finding his way around. Aside from his taste for adventure, he loves two things while traveling - meeting new friends and food.

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