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his morning after seeing the tomb of SM Sultan we reached Gopalganj district after a long journey. The journey was not comfortable at all as we had to take a few old local buses on several occasions. Although the quality of local buses in Narail was not good, the quality of local buses in Gopalganj was quite good. Just as the highway was wide and comfortable, there was ample space inside the bus. After visiting the Court Mosque in Gopalganj, we proceeded to Bangabandhu's mausoleum in Tungipara.

We reached Tungipara in 30 to 35 minutes by bus from Gopalganj city. As the road was empty on Saturday, there was no crowd at the mausoleum. It was as if we were the only visitors to the tomb, although after a while a few visitors joined us. Only five to six tourists were present at the time.

Although there were clouds in the sky, the day was sunny so everything could be seen well. There is no entrance fee to enter the mausoleum. We had to take shelter under a roof as it rained for 20 to 30 minutes after entering the tomb. Then we toured the exhibition gallery of the mausoleum where pictures of different periods of Bangabandhu's life are being displayed. There is also a library here. Next to the library there is an open stage with a visitors gallery.

As the distance from the gallery to Bangabandhu's grave was more, we left after the rain stopped. The tomb is covered with excellent architecture. At this time some people were seen reciting the Holy Qur'an. Although everyone is allowed to go to the grave, it is forbidden to take pictures here.

After visiting the mausoleum, we stop for a while at some of the chatpati and phuchkar shops located there. Since we didn't have any money to buy, we bought some snacks so that we could spend some money and get some rest.
There is a huge paddy field next to the tomb. Due to the rainy season, the paddy field was under water. At that time the sky was full of clouds and nice wind was blowing. Although we wanted to stay here for a while longer, we did not have the opportunity to go to the next destination, Arpara Munshibari
Tourist spot in Cherrapunji awesome place. High above misty valleys and foaming rivers, ensconced in swirling clouds and perched on an escarpment, lies Cherrapunji . Scenic and beautiful place The natural surroundings of this place will make you feel very good about yourself. This amazing natural view and beauty of the fountain is revealed here. This is a stunning location and the year-round rain earned Cherrapunji coveted entry long ago into the Guinness Book of World Records as the wettest place on earth, the place where the rainfall can be recorded in feet rather than in millimeters. Today, climatic changes have edged Cherrapunji out of the topmost 'wet' slot, but it still retains its pristine beauty, its unusual facets, the perpetual clouds, and the perpetual mists Appropriately, Cherrapunji lies in the heart of the State of Meghalaya-the abode of clouds. Best Time To Visit Cherrapunji is perhaps the only place in India, which has just one season, the monsoon. The rainfall varies from heavy to medium to light, but there is no month without rain. Another surprising fact about Cherrapunji is that it rains mostly at night. Day-to-day activity is not really disrupted by the rain. History Of Cherrapunji, As in days gone by, the faces of Cherrapunji change not with the seasons, but with the pattern of rainfall. The heaviest downpours span approximately five long months-from May until September. The clouds then are dark and menacing, full blown with rain, which descends earthwards with the stinging force of a whiplash. Throughout these months, Cherrapunji is transformed into a sea of tiny, gushing rivulets. The raindrops beat incessantly on rooftops and treetops creating a compelling tattoo of awesome sounds, which cannot be savored anywhere else but in the Northeastern states. The annual average rainfall of Cherrapunji stands today. Barely from Cherrapunji stands the village of Mawsynram, which has snatched away the heaviest rainfall record, rainfall. With the passage of September, the rhythm of the rain-its main force spent-changes to a gentle patter. And the Khasis and other residents of Cherrapunji, the flora, and the fauna respond to the change in the Rain God's mood. Soft pastel shades begin to appear in skies that were gray all day and rainbows that are a photographer's delight begin to make unexpected guest appearances. Tourists Attractions Of Cherrapunji. The home of enterprising Khasi clans, Cherrapunji's place in the Guinness Book of Records is not its only claim to fame. Along with falls lesser in height but no less alluring, the spectacular, cascading Mawsmai Falls-the fourth highest in India-lie just a few kilometers beyond Cherrapunji. Close by is situated a fascinating labyrinth of underground passages beneath age-old caves-a veritable dream for amateur explorers. Elsewhere around Cherrapunji, Khasi monoliths stones in memory of their ancestors lie dotted around-a vague reminder of the forests of Bastar. Amidst all the surprises of Cherrapunji, perhaps the most abiding is the startling realization that the wettest place on earth where it rains every month also has an amazing amount of warm sunshine. When the clouds drift away, there are a series of memorable views, and one can see as far as Bangladesh. Orchids blooming a few feet away form a patch devoid of vegetation. Dense woods interspersed by rocky, cliffs furrowed by erosion. As the months move on, the smell of decaying vegetation lessens as the showers become intermittent. New plants spring to life, and people go about their tasks with renewed energy. The hills around Cherrapunji do not have the lush green vegetation one normally associates with wet places.To preserve the glory and honor of the country, the old things that have been used by the people for ages and such historical observatories and things today is a field to make more history which is why these beautiful places have become historical monuments by making them more visible to the people.  Maybe you will like it too. And if you like it, like, comment and subscribe to my channel.