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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Deshi Dosh

Deshi Dosh

With a very attractive name it is a combined effort of 10 local companies to promote the culture and clothes of Bangladesh. Deshal, Nipun, Rang, Banglar Mela, Bibiana, Shadakalo, Anjans, Probortona, Nagardola and Kay Kraft altogether are this Deshi Dosh. Maintaining a harmony with others each stall remains unique. All of them displays their own […]

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Martyred Intellectuals Memorial

Martyred Intellectuals Memorial

Martyred Intellectuals Memorial is a memorial built in memory of the martyred intellectuals of Bangladesh Liberation War. The memorial, located at Rayerbazar, Mohammadpur Thana in Dhaka,[1] was designed by architect Mostafa Ali Kuddus. The initial proposal for a memorial at Rayer Bazar was brought forward by Projonmo 71 (organisation of the children of the martyrs […]

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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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Bakarkhani

Bakarkhani

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 […]

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Dhaka International Buddhist Monastery

Dhaka International Buddhist Monastery

Dhaka International Buddhist Monastery founded in 1981 by the theravada Buddhist community. It was initially set up in a rented house near the Malibag rail crossing in dhaka. Sundarananda Bhikkhu was its first principal. From the beginning it played an important role in propagating buddhism and preserving its culture and tradition in Bangladesh. The monastery […]

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Mamun Biriyani House

Mamun Biriyani House

Mamun Biriyani is super testy food.It’s really awesome. Biriani that is very popular in Old Dhaka. Location Elephant Road 347, Opposite of Eastern Mollica, Elephant Road, Dhaka. Mobile: +88 01715 166170 Nazimuddin Road 83, Nazimuddin Road, Dhaka. Phone: 02 7301918 Mobile: +88 01715 166170 Nazirabazar 157, Agasadek Road, Chowrashta, Nazirabazar, Dhaka.Mobile: +88 01715 166170

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Toy Shops in Chowk Bazaar

Toy Shops in Chowk Bazaar

Who doesn’t love toys? Children, teenagers even adults – we all love toys! And because everyone loves toys, at Chowk Bazaar we’ve put together a range of toys that we think you’ll love. Chowk Bazaar is a very good place for shopping as variety of Toys is available and they are sold at the cheapest […]

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Hajir Biriani

Hajir Biriani

If you go to visit old Dhaka and looking for a place to have lunch where you can taste the food culture and heritage of the country, the first place you can go is the legendary Hajir Biryani. There is no advertisement, not even a sign board, but undoubtedly this is the best Biryani shop […]

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