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.
The National Botanical Garden of Bangladesh, also referred to as Bangladesh National Herbarium, is the largest plant conservation center in Bangladesh, with an area of around 84 hectares (210 acres). It is located at Mirpur in Dhaka, beside the Dhaka Zoo. It was establishes in 1961. It is one of the greatest botanical gardens of […]
Curzon Hall is part of the school of science of the University of Dhaka.With its significance in education during the post independence era of Bangladesh as well as afterwards, it has become an emblem of educational tradition of the country. During the Language Movement, Curzon Hall was the location of significant events. In 1948, Mohammad […]
Established in 1952, the Asiatic Society had been known as Asiatic Society of Pakistan, and since 1972 renamed as Asiatic Society of Bangladesh. In establishing the Society, the leading role was played by Ahmad Hasan Dani, the great archaeologist and Indologist of world repute. The other scholars involved in the foundation of the Society were […]
Biriani are the most common dishes in the rice categories of Old Dhaka. It is my most favorite food item. From very small party to large, everywhere people keep Biriani as their main dish. Allah Dann Biriyani House offers popular biriyani in the old town. Location 21 No. Distillery Road, Dhup Khola Bazar, Gandaria Dhaka.
Kazi Nazrul Islam (Bengali: Kazi Nozrul Islam) (25 May 1899 – 29 August 1976), sobriquet Bidrohi Kobi (Rebel Poet), known popularly as Nazrul, was a Bengali poet musician and revolutionary who pioneered poetic works espousing intense spiritual rebellion against fascism and oppression. His poetry and nationalist activism earned him the popular title of Bidrohi Kobi […]
Mia Haji Biriyani is super testy food.It’s really awesome. Biriani that is highly popular in Old Dhaka. Location
Across the long-reclaimed Dholaikhal, at the edge of Tanti Bazaar, the narrow streets lead to the Bongshal Talaab. Making an appearance in the 1908 version of the Cadastral Survey map, the roughly 100-year-old water tank is one of the few remaining in Dhaka and maintained by the community. Location
Lalbagh Mosque, part of the Lalbagh Fort Complex and built under the rule of Governor Shaista Khan, is situated in the western part of the complex, aligned with the tomb of Bibi Pari. Stylistically it belongs to Shaista Khani architecture, its form is typical of three-domed, rectangular mosques commonly found in Dhaka. Measuring 65′ x […]