The Liberation War Museum is a museum in Segunbagicha, Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh that commemorates the Bangladesh Liberation War, which led to the independence of Bangladesh from Pakistan. A museum opened on 22 March 1996, and has more than 10,000 artifacts and exhibits on display in the museum or stored in its archives.It is […]
The Khan Mohammad Mridha Mosque on Lalbagh road is situated less than half a kilometre west of the Lalbagh Fort. Two Persian inscriptions, one over the central archway and the other over the central Mihrab, speak of its construction during 1704–05 AD by one Khan Muhammad Mridha. The large platform is 38.10 m from north […]
Charukola Fried Chicken Shop is very popular for small fried chicken. The good part about this fried chicken is that it is extremely scrumptious and, not to mention the spice is really hot. It will simply make your mouth water at the very sight and smell of it. Though, at nowadays you might accidentally get […]
Doel Chattar at the Dhaka University Campus, One of the great iconic sculptures of the Dhaka town. Doyel chattar has become the biggest market for pottery and terracotta pieces.
Nawab Bahadur Sir Khwaja Abdul Ghani Mian KCSI (1813–1896) was the first Nawab of Dhaka recognized by the British Raj. He introduced the panchayat system.Panchayat Committee, a Non-profitable community organization. Bangla Ghor Panchayat in Old Dhaka where management has been very ably to different sort of development and helpful activities.
The Bangladesh National Museum, originally established on 20 March 1913, albeit under another name, and formally inaugurated on 7 August 1913, was accorded the status of the national museum of Bangladesh on 17 November 1983. It is located Shahbag, Dhaka. The museum is well organized and displays have been housed in several departments like department […]
Set up sometime in the 18th century, the narrow streets of Tanti Bazar house about 400 jewellery shops and goldsmiths’ workshops. About 20,000 craftsmen usually toil here, softening gold over charcoal fires and then fashioning it into bangles, earrings and necklaces using centuries-old techniques. Location
Chawk Mosque (also Chawkbazar Shahi Mosque) in Dhaka, Bangladesh, is located in the Chowk Bazaar area of the old town of Dhaka, south of the current city centre. Today the original building design has been lost through multiple renovations and extensions. History The construction has been dated to 1676, as noted by an inscription in […]
It is the most famous and common ruti in old Dhaka. As it is so dry local people called it ‘Sukha Ruti’. It tastes salty. Generally it is eaten with tea and sweets. This ruti is generally made of white flour, mawa, dalda, salt, soyabin oil, ghee, milk etc. First Bakarkhaniwala (Bread-maker) mixed all the […]