Delhi Sweetmeats

Delhi Sweetmeats

Dhakaiya Foods become famous all over the country. Huge amount of mouth watering delicious foods like Jilapi, Sondesh, Laddu etc. Delhi Sweets Meat shop is very popular for sweets items. When you go old Dhaka try to Delhi sweets of Sondesh, Laddu. Opening Hours: 6 AM – 11PM Location 53, Tipusultan Road, Dhaka- 1100

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Balaka Cine World

Balaka Cine World

The Balaka Cinema was built in the early 1960’s and has a typical modern 1960’s facade. It is located to the east of Dhaka New Market. Location

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Unknown Tomb

Unknown Tomb

The tomb appears to be an inseparable part of Satgumbad Masjid. According to the legend current locally one of the daughters of Nawab Shaista Kha was buried in it. The tomb chamber is octagonal inside and Square outside. A few years back it was lying in coinplete derelict state of preservation. The present structure is […]

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Shad Tehari Ghar

Shad Tehari Ghar

Tasty and delicious tehari from Dhaka Lalmatia’s famous “Shad Tehari Ghar”.Prepared by fine rice, beef, and various spices. It’s really awesome. Location 2/4 Block C Lalmatia, Dhaka-1207

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Hanif Miar Tehari

Hanif Miar Tehari

It’s opposite too Haji’s Biriyani, in Nazimuddin Road. It’s the best Tehari I have tasted till date. If you haven’t tasted it yet, go for it. Price is reasonable. If you want you can eat there or have a takeaway. Location  

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Bangla Academy

Bangla Academy

Bangla Academy, established on 3 December 1955, is the national academy for promoting the Bangla (Bengali) language in Bangladesh. The main office of the organization is located at the Burdwan House, once a part of the campus of the University of Dhaka, beside Suhrawardy Udyan. History The importance of establishing an organization for Bengali language […]

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Northbrook Hall – Lalkuthi

Northbrook Hall – Lalkuthi

Northbrook Hall (also Lalkuthi; Red House because of its deep red color) was originally built as a town hall during the British period. It is situated at Farashgonj road in Old Dhaka, on the north bank of the Buriganga River, Bangladesh. In 1874 Indian Governor Thomas George Baring, Lord Northbrook, who was the Viceroy of […]

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Charu Dadu

Charu Dadu

A whole trend of art zooming in on one person, who is not otherwise “famous”, is a rare instance in our culture. Momin Ali Mridha, widely known as “Dadu” (grandfather) — at the Faculty of Fine Arts, Dhaka University — has been the subject of drawings, paintings, photographs and sculptures by the teachers and students […]

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Lalbagh Fort

Lalbagh Fort

Lalbagh Fort or Fort Aurangabad, an incomplete Mughal palace fortress at Dhaka on the river Buriganga in the southwestern part of the old city. The river has now gone further south and flows at quite a distance from the fort. D’Oily’s painting (1809-11) shows that more than half of this east-west oblong fortress touched the […]

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