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Cottage industry is the process of making small quantities of products at home.  Through cottage industries, the tradition, culture and history of abhaman Bengal came to light.  So it is a traditional industry of Bangladesh.  Cottage industries are also called handicrafts, handicrafts, amateur handicrafts, rural industries.
 According to the Bangladesh Small and Cottage Industries Corporation an industry which is fully or partially run by a member of the same family and the family artisan is engaged in part-time or full-time production and in which more than 10 persons are powered and powered.  If the machine is not used, more than 20 artisans will not be engaged in production, so the cottage industry.  According to the Industrial Policy 2010, "Cottage industries are those industries where the value of fixed assets, excluding land and factories, is less than Rs.
 History of cottage industry
 The cottage industry in Bengal started with the production of world famous muslin cloth.  From the Mughal period to the British Empire, textile production was the main cottage industry in the region.  After partition, cottage industry production and import-export declined.  The East Pakistan Small and Cottage Industries Corporation was established in 1958 by a government law.  After the war of liberation, the East Pakistan Small and Cottage Industries Corporation was reorganized and renamed as 'Bangladesh Small and Cottage Industries Corporation
 Different types of cottage industries

 Pottery: Pottery includes various earthen dolls, statues of gods and goddesses, household items, clay sculptures, tiles, hobby pots, manasaghats and vases.  Notable pottery villages of Bangladesh are located at Bijoypur in Comilla, Madanpura in Patuakhali, Champaknagar in Feni, Kartikpur in Shariatpur and Rayer Bazar in Dhaka.

 Textile industry: Indigenous textile industry includes sari, lungi, dhoti, towel, mosquito net, towel, etc.  Traditional textiles of Bangladesh include tribal textiles, muslin, jamdani, muslin Toroyo sari, Pabna sari, Tangail sari, katan, silk cloth, khaddar cloth etc.

 Jute industry: Jute is used to make scarves, table mats, chess pieces, carpets, fancy handbags, bags etc.  These products are known as jute products.

 Bamboo-cane industry: The bamboo and cane industry of Bangladesh usually makes bamboo cane materials, fences, mats, fishing traps, hand fans, wrappers, sofasets, table mats, wall mats, trays, vases, canopies etc.

 Shitalpati: Shitalpati is one of the traditional handicrafts of Bangladesh.  It is basically a kind of mat where the nature, form and beauty of the abhaman village of Bengal is enhanced through handicrafts.

 Jewelry industry: One of the choices of women in Bangladesh is a variety of handmade jewelry items.  These include Sinthi Jhapa, Kane Kanpasha, Hiram Mul Kuri, Jhumka, Navaratna and Chakrabali, Nake Beshar Nath, Furfuri, Neck Flower, Sitahar, Satnarihar, Champakali, Mohanmala, Hate Taga, Maduli Bazar Mantasha, Ratnachour,  Scorpion on the waist, Chandrahar Kindhini feet, Jhajhura Payal, Tora etc.

 Bronze-brass industry: In Dhamrai, Savar, Chapainawabganj of Dhaka, Islampur of Jamalpur, Rangpur, Tangail and Shariatpur, various daily use items of bronze and brass have been made as a family industry.
 Nakshi kantha: Various types of nakshi kantha have been made in this country since ancient times, which has now become a lucrative industry.  There are basically three types of nakshi kantha made in this country: painted kantha, matikantha and pied kantha.
Madhutila Modh  under the Ministry of Environment and Forests with about one hundred hectares of hilly forest in Sameshchura bit of Madhutila range under Nalitabari upazila of Bangladesh-India border at a distance of 30 km from Sherpur district town of greater Mymensingh.  With its modern facilities, Madhutila Ecopark has opened the door of entertainment for the beauty-loving people by attracting domestic and foreign tourists.  Madhutila Ecopark, located at a distance of 20 km from Nalitabari upazila bordering Sherpur district, is a unique tourist destination.  There are innumerable small and big hills like Nijhum Island.  Next to it is the Tura hills of the Indian state of Meghalaya, two and a half kilometers away.  To maintain the balance of Madhutila biodiversity, Madhutila Ecopark is being constructed at Samashchura by cutting down trees in the deep forest.  The natural beauty of the ecopark, which is rich in portraits of various creatures, and the innumerable hilly surroundings, big and small, are truly delightful.  Surrounded by natural beauty, Sameshchura Forest Beat Madhutila is an interesting place of recreation.  What's in the Madhutila Ecopark
 Fifteen acres of ornamental and rare species afforestation are among the tourist facilities.  Twenty acres of forest land includes medicinal plantations, resthouses and homes.  A state-of-the-art rest house with four rooms is under construction.  There are 2 hands, 2 tigers, mermaid, eagle, Hanuman, owl, snake, crocodile, deer, kangaroo, frog, lion as sculptures or portraits of different wild animals.  Infrastructure works include observation tower, 1 star bridge, public toilet, seating area.  There are 3 paddle boats and 5 native boats for navigating and using the water of the lake.  The ecopark is currently open to visitors.  Crowds are constantly growing to visit the tourist center for free.  Many are enjoying endless joy in a quiet environment free of noise.  Leaving the hustle and bustle of the city, Pipasura is coming from all over the country, including Dhaka, every day to see the alluring natural beauty.  Mountain after hill wandering.  There is a huge range for recreation.

 Follow the road to the left of the Madhutila Ecopark Gate to the observation tower.  It is built on a high hill.  Standing on the observation tower you will enjoy the fun, quiet-silence of nature.  Like a frozen window.  Everywhere is like a kingdom of green.  You will see the rugged hills of the Indian state of Meghalaya located a little further away.  Valuable and rare plant.  The main gate of the ecopark is the sculpture of the wild elephant in Peru.  It seems to be standing in reality.  If you take a few steps, you will see a virgin mermaid in the corner of the lake and 3 paddle boats and 5 native boats in the water of the lake.  The water of the mountain springs has come and mixed with the water of the lake.  To the right of the culvert is a stationery shop with light snacks, tea and coffee.  A little further on is the picturesque Star Bridge, built on the water of the lake.  Hundreds of people can stand together and enjoy a picnic.  There is an artificial crocodile next to it.  It will look real.  After that, sculptures of various animals will be seen in a wide area from time to time.  There is seating in place.  The steep road cut through the high hills has been made to go to the resthouse.  In the middle row of the notched paved road suitable for private-micro walk, there is a work of art with stones of different colors so that the feet do not slip.  And if you stand from top to bottom, you will feel the rows of flowers.  There are portraits of biodiversity on both sides.  When you look at the sculptures, it will look like a perfect picture of the artist's hand.  Standing on the curved stairs of the resthouse, one can enjoy the enchanting environment of nature.  Looking at the high and low hills, it seems that there is a stream of water and below it is a lake.  In fact, they are the way to climb the mountain.  Turn around and rest in the resthouse.  Enjoy the modern facilities of the resthouse.  Then after eating and drinking, go out again from hill to hill, to another hill.  Biodiversity, wildlife sculptures, and nature combine to capture images on camera.  If you have time to return, you can go to the nearest Burmese mission or Christian mission.  It is also known as an interesting place of interest in the district.  Very close to Madhutila is Ghajini Holiday Center, one of the major tourist destinations in the greater district, which is already known as a state-of-the-art tourist destination across the country.  How to go
 Private cars, macrobuses, minibuses and big buses can be taken directly from Dhaka to the tourist center Madhutila Ecopark.  There are also Dreamland, Turag, Anand or other services from Mohakhali bus terminal to Sherpur.  They can be rented for 90 to 140 rupees and come to Sherpur in a maxi-taxi or pickup van to go directly to Madhutila Ecopark or picnic spot for about 30 km.  Where to eat
 You will find mineral water, drinks, tea, coffee, stationery and food in the shops of the spot area.  But since no fast food or heavy food can be found there, you have to take it with food of your choice.  You can also cook or go to the spot and arrange cooking with the permission of the Range Office adjacent to the spot.  Where to stay
 You can come back from Dhaka day by day.  However, if you wish, you can stay in Sherpur city for one night.  There are several quality hotels in Sherpur,
Srimangal is very popular as a tourist city.  There are 40 tea gardens in this one upazila of Moulvibazar district.  Not only tea gardens, there are several important places of interest in Srimangal.  Lauyachhara National Park is one of them.  Besides, Hail Haor includes Baikkabil, Madhabpur Lake.  And if you are fond of adventure, you can go to the Hum Hum Jharna hidden in the Rajakandi Reserve Forest of the neighboring Kamalganj Upazila.  At present, many hotel resorts have been set up in Srimangal.  There are also palace-like resorts like the five-star Grand Sultan and some smaller resorts that are a favorite of budget travelers.  The November Eco Resort is fairly in between.  For various reasons, this resort is very popular with tourists.  And so it is difficult to find empty rooms in this resort established less than 2 years ago.  The hotels in Srimangal are in all the cities.  And the resorts have been developed mostly in Radhanagar area.  Radhanagar area after crossing some tea gardens on the way from Srimangal town to Lauyachhara National Park.  Only five years ago, there were only a handful of resorts in the area.  Now a lot has happened.  You have to go to November Eco Resort along the road to Radhanagar.  The resort is built on two small hills in a very secluded area.

 The resort was originally designed with two small hills.  So the space in the middle of the tiller has been left as before.  The resort's kitchen and dining room are surrounded by green hills.  A bridge has been built between these two tillers.  This bridge has become the "trade mark" of the resort.  Whenever I see someone from friends checking in at this resort, there must be this bridge in the background of the picture.  You have to climb the bridge and cross the nice wooden bridge on the hill to the main part of the resort. There are different types of accommodation in the resort.  Two of the most popular are wooden cottages.  Many may dream of building such a wooden house on a hill.  This wooden cottage is really beautiful.  The interior is also very nice. And the biggest attraction is that this room has a small private swimming pool.  The resort also has an all-usable swimming pool, but it is fun to have a swimming pool as part of the room.  Nice sunset over the hill can be seen sitting in the room.  There is a place to do your own bar-b-que.  This cottage can be an ideal place for honeymoon.  For good reason, cottage rent is the highest, with a regular rent of Rs 11,000 per room.  There are two couple beds made of wood in this wooden cottage of about 1,050 square feet.  However, sometimes the resort authorities give big discounts which can be found out from their website or Facebook page.  There are also several types of rooms in the main building of the resort.  There is a swimming pool, badminton court and restaurant in front.  The rent depends on the couple and the family room from Rs 5,500 to Rs 6,500.  There is also a nice couple villa on another hill of the resort.  This villa is surrounded by picturesque mountains.  The regular rent is Rs 8,000 and two people can stay. The resort has a large swimming pool in common.  There are badminton courts, billiards, and bicycles.  There are well-equipped conference rooms for corporate events.  Due to these reasons, this resort is gaining popularity day by day.  You can go to Srimangal by train bus from Dhaka.  If you want, you can reach by car in 5 hours.  From Srimangal city you can reach CNG by 100-120 rupees at Nov Eco Resort.
Baros Island is a luxury resort-based island developed under the supervision of the Maldivian administration.  For the convenience of tourists, the island has been developed as a beautiful tourist destination.  Baras Island tops the list of maritime regions in all of India.  The weather here is good all year round.  And so at any time of the year, one of the favorite places for travel lovers is the Barracks Island.  This resort island is famous for its honeymoon.  However, the cost will not be much less if you go to Barase, you have to spend a lot to stay one night.  How to get there: A 25-minute drive from Mall International Airport, the capital of the Maldives, to Baras.  If you want to go to Baras Island, first you have to go to Maldives by plane from Dhaka.  From the airport you have to go by speed boat or ferry to Barase.  If you book in advance at a resort in Baras Island, they will greet you and take you on a flight.  From the port.  How to get around Tourists flock to the island to spend a quiet and secluded time away from the hustle and bustle of the city.  Although the sixth is an island barracks but there are many exciting experiences here.  The spa and meditation center here is a combination of spiritual meditation and nature.  So if any nature lover goes here, he will not miss this opportunity.Here you can see the coral habitat in the clear water of the sea, the waves of the rough sea, turtles and various kinds of colorful fish give a different kind of pleasure to the tourists.  And on the water here, beaches, villas and private pools have been arranged in various ways for tourists to stay.  There is a marine center here where you can learn about marine animals, their environment and habitat.  There is a little program for coral regeneration and conservation, guests or tourists can pay for the preservation of coral reefs and be included in the Marine Center Coral Planting Project.  Baras Island has a variety of water sports facilities such as water skiing, water birding, wind circling and canoeing.  Every ride is full of adventure and so this ride is at the top of the tourist's choice.  You can customize your package according to these water sparts.There are basic diving courses for those who are afraid of water or those who are afraid of diving.  And those who already know how to dive will be able to enjoy an unimaginable opportunity to dive in the lagoon of the island.  No tourist wants to miss the golden opportunity of snorkeling on Baras Island in the Maldives.  Snorkeling is a wonderful ride to see the life and beauty of marine fauna in the deep water.  Again, if you want and have the opportunity, you can go to the site house 15 km away and come to see the coral reef.  There are several more islands near Barace Island.  You can also turn around from there with time.Cost It costs a lot to stay in Baras Island, if you want to stay in a resort here you have to spend Rs 30,000-1,00,000 depending on the quality, facilities and booking time of the resort.  However, if one is somewhere other than Barase, the cost is less, but the pleasure of seeing and being surrounded will be much less.  If you stay in Baras for 2 nights and 3 days, it will cost you Rs 95,000-2,30,000 per person.  However, the cost of different rides is different.  And if you calculate coming and going from Bangladesh, you have to add the airfare here.  Where and what to eat There are several good quality restaurants to eat in Baras Island.  For example, Lime Restaurant you can eat seafood here but you will get a slightly different twist on the food, Light House Restaurant this is the only place in the whole of Maldives where you can find a variety of good quality wines and other specialties that are not available anywhere else.  There are also a variety of salads, anti-pastries and tablets that can be eaten with a variety of sauces.Where to stay There are numerous resorts lined up near the beach.  Every resort has good arrangements for staying and eating.  There are various facilities including private pool, private balcony, private garden in the resort.  However, you can stay at other resorts far from Baras Island at a relatively low cost.
Ahsan Manzil is located on the banks of the river Buriganga in Islampur, Old Dhaka.  The veranda and floor of the two-storey building are made of marble.  Each room of Ahsan Manzil is octagonal and the roof of this building is made of wood.  Inside the palace.  Dining room, library, pool, court hall and billiard playground.  And on the second floor of the palace there are guest rooms, living room, dance hall, library and some living rooms in Ara.  Right in front of the palace there is a beautiful flower garden and green field.  A large staircase descends from the second floor of Ahsan Manzil to the green field.  Ahsan Manzil is considered to be the first brick-and-stone architectural monument in Dhaka city.  The first electric lamp was lit in this building by the then Nawabs.  The architectural style of Ahsan Manzil attracts westerners equally, as evidenced by the fact that Lord Curzon actually lived in this building in Dhaka.  At present Ahsan Manzil is preserved as a museum of the Government of Bangladesh.  The museum was opened to the public in 1992.  There are 4,077 patterns in 23 rooms of Rangmahal of Ahsan Manzil.  History The zamindar Sheikh Inayetullah established the Rangmahal in the early eighteenth century and later sold it to his son Sheikh Matiullah to French merchants.  Khwaja Alimullah, the father of Nawab Abdul Ghani, bought the palace in 1835 and started living there.  Nawab Abdul Ghani rebuilt it in 1872 and named the palace after his son Ahsan Manzil.During the visit, Ahsan Manzil is open for visitors from 10:30 am to 5:30 pm for five days from Saturday to Wednesday.  Ahsan Manzil can be visited every Friday from 3 pm to 8 pm.  The Ahsan Manzil Museum is completely closed every Thursday and on other public holidays.Ticket price General visitors have to collect entrance tickets at Tk 20 per person to visit Ahsan Manzil.  Children below the age of 12 can enter at 10 rupees per person.  Foreigners have to pay 100 rupees per person to enter Ahsan Manzil.  No tickets are required at Ahsan Manzil for disabled visitors.  And if you apply in advance, students can also visit Ahsan Manzil Museum for free.How to get to Ahsan Manzil You can visit Gulistan from anywhere in Dhaka by rickshaw or CNG.  You will reach Islampur via Babubazar Bridge via Nayabazar Mer along North South Road of Gulistan.  And Islampur is actually the way to Ahsan Manzil if you ask anyone you will know.  Or you can come directly to the Sadarghat area of ​​old Dhaka and go to Ahsan Manzil on foot or by renting a rickshaw for a small fee.
A huge char of Padma has risen in Satbaria area of ​​Sujanagar upazila of Pabna.  There are no houses anywhere in this char as no settlement has been built yet.  Dhu dhu shelf as far as the two eyes can go.  Occasionally nothing is visible except Kashaban.  However, such a scenic view as the beach on the banks of the Padma is bound to attract the attention of any person.  For this reason, travelers are flocking to the Padma Char every day.  People from far and wide are flocking here for entertainment. Once upon a time, the waves of the Padma used to attract the attention of the people of the area.  People used to rush to the banks of the river Padma to see the big waves and hear the loud roar.  But now that day is no more.  People are not curious as Padma has lost its youth in the evolution of time.  Especially the narrow canal of Padma flowing through the middle of the Padma Char and the beautiful white Kashaban attract the attention of the entertainment-loving tourists. Every day more or less tourists come to visit the Padma Char.  However, on Fridays and Saturdays, local tourists as well as hundreds of tourists from far and wide come to the char to eat.  At the same time, tourists spend their time by boat in the narrow canals of the Padma.  The huge char of Padma has become a big recreation center for tourists.  For this I have come to visit with my family. From Dhaka to Faridpur - Gabtuli direct Golden Line, South Line, Suryamukhi bus leaves for Faridpur from 8.30 am to 9.30 pm for 30 minutes in a row.  Besides, Faridpur can be reached by any bus going to Gopalganj, Barisal, Khulna and Jessore.

 After that you can go to Padma Char by auto from the bus stand.  The rent will be 20 rupees.
Dulhazra Safari Park is located 48 km north of Cox's Bazar district headquarters and 10 km south of Chakaria police station, in the Dulahazara block of the Fasiakhali range of the southern forest division of Cox's Bazar district headquarters.  Originally a deer breeding center, the park was established in 1999 by the Bangladesh Ministry of Forests and Environment.  The safari park covers an area of ​​600 hectares.  Dulahazara Safari Park, also known as Dulahazara Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Safari Park.
  Some people do not want to call Dulhazra Safari Park a safari park because it is more sophisticated and artificial than natural.

  The safari park is made up of a combination of well-known and unknown trees, evergreen forests, fruit-herbaceous plants, wonderful herbaceous plants and dense coverings, such as high and low hills, flowing rhymes, lakes and various roars.  Its shady path, green forest, rows of unknown trees, birds and monkeys chirping all together is a wonderful feeling.
  Standing at the high watch tower along the way, you will see the immense beauty of the entire park boundary.  There is a fence around the park so that wildlife cannot go outside the park.  There is also an internal fence inside the park.  Inside the enclosure, tigers, lions and herbivores live in a natural environment.  Not only that, the whole park will see sculptures of different animals that will fascinate you.
  There is a display map on the left side of the main gate for an idea of ​​the various sights of Safari Park in a very short time.  Inside the park, there are observation towers and guard posts for tourists to observe other animals including tigers and lions.
  The park has its own transport system, you can take a minibus tour to see the whole park.  However, it is better to walk around the whole park.  After entering the park, two roads have gone to the left and right.  If you start walking along the road on the left, you will be able to walk around the entire park and come out on the right side of the road.
  The most interesting thing here is the observation tower.  Although Dulahazara Safari Park was originally established as a deer breeding center, it is also home to tigers, lions, elephants, bears, hyenas, crocodiles, hippos, Maya deer, sambar deer, chitra deer, para deer etc.  There are freshwater crocodiles in this park, as well as saltwater crocodiles.  It would not be too late for anyone to understand that the animal sanctuary.  Here are some cage-like houses inside, where wild animals rest.  And behind this cage is the gate, through which they roam in the vast desert behind.
  The total number of wildlife protected in Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Safari Park is 362.  There are 149 mammals, 152 reptiles and 61 bird species.  Mammals include tigers, lions, elephants, maya deer, para deer, wild boar, rabbits, Hanuman, bamboo bears, monkeys, tigers, wild cats, marble cats, cheetahs, monkeys, hedgehogs, monkeys, monkeys, monkeys  There are all kinds of animals and birds including apes, black bears, sambars, foxes, fish tigers and hippos.
  As you walk around, you will see a very large orchid house.  Different types of orchids are arranged there.  Another attraction here is the Natural History Museum with an information center for travelers.  There are also artificial statues of different animals here.  It is a great place to bring wildlife in the midst of the natural environment of the tourists.

  Where to stay,
  You have to stay in a hotel in Cox's Bazar.  There is no need to say details about Cox's Bazar Hotel.  The whole city is like a city of hotels.  You can stay in any one of your convenience.
  How to get there,
  From Dhaka you have to go to Cox's Bazar by Hanif, Shyamoli, Modern transport.  You can also go from Chittagong if you want.  From Cox's Bazar city you can take CNG powered autorickshaw or microbus or public bus to the safari park.  The entrance fee to the park is  20