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 Hi friends, good afternoon friends, how are you all friends, I hope you are all well friends, friends, I have posted a beautiful post here this good afternoon, look at this post, it is a very beautiful post that makes people's minds go blind. Tea Shop Tea Shop Satkhira District Judge Court Area Tea Shop Shop Here people gather at different places in different areas, some drink tea, some smoke cigarettes, some drink, thus this shop continues all day long. A tea vendor is selling tea and some people are eating. In this shop you can see some food items are hanging in polythene packets. There are round loaves of bread hanging here, three corners of bread are available here, different types of breads are available. Goes and people are eating them. People from different areas of Shyamnagar, Kaligach, Kalaroa are smoking cigarettes together. A water drum and a red mug can be seen here. Just think, you are sitting on the green grass, and the river on both sides. No, it's not a pirate waking up in the river! The name of the place is China Dam, which is located in Sirajganj district. If you want to have a wonderful afternoon, you can come back from China Dam in Sirajganj. Crossbar 3 is also called, of course. This China Dam with Sirajganj city. Bangladesh Water Development Board This dam has been constructed around the banks of river Jamuna, 2 km away from Sirajganj district town. The last end of the dam is 2 km deep from the main gate of the dam. From the main gate, you can easily go to the end of the dam by a paved road. Numerous people come to visit this dam every day. It would be nice to sit on the dam, it would be nice to enjoy the surroundings. And the experience of boat travel on the river is amazing in one word! Then you can tour the city of Sirajganj if you want. Small town. You can finish in 1 hour in a battery powered rickshaw. To go to Sirajganj, Avi and SI leave the bus of this company every 30 minutes from Mohakhali bus stand from 6 am to 6 pm. Rent 250 rupees per person. However, those who want to go by AC bus will go to Mirpur 2. From there Dhaka Line SI Company's AC bus leaves. Rent 350 rupees. You can also take any bus in Uorbang, but you have to get off at Kaddar junction or on Sirajganj road. If you want to come by train, Captain Mansur Ali will get off at the station. Then you will come to Sirajganj city market station with CNG. Ponmudi the Golden Peak is a hill station in the Thiruvananthapuram district of Kerala in India. The hilly character of the hilly landscapes and the beautiful natural environment is much more beautiful and the best thing is that there are different areas of this mountain rich in fog and these beautiful natural areas always attract more people. Its located north-east of Trivandrum city at an altitude. It is a part of the Western Ghats mountain range that runs parallel to the Arabian Sea. There are several tea and rubber estates around the hills. A hill tribe called Kani live in the surrounding areas. Ponmudi is fast developing as a hill resort with room and dormitory accommodation facilities, hill-trails for hiking, a collection of flowering trees and a deer park. Ponmudi is blessed with scenic splendor and natural beauty, Ponmudi is considered as one of the tourist attractions in gods own country. Ponmudi has a carpet of thick tropical forest that rolls down to the foot of the hill range. No doubt, the salubrious atmosphere and the twisted trails across clear streams must have contributed to her health. Ponmudi is connected to Trivandrum by a narrow winding road offering scenic views on the way to Ponmudi. The climate is pleasant year-round. Trivandrum serves as a base for trekking and hiking. There are also tea gardens in the area. There are 22 hairpin curves in the short route which makes the travel a definitely thrilling experience. Other attractions near Ponmudi include Golden Valley and a number of rivulets and rapids, some even across the road. The lush forest area has tropical vegetation. A variety of wildlife inhabit the hills. The Golden Valley offers vistas of the hills and access to the Kallar River. Flowing though a wilderness area, it has rounded pebbles, cool water, fish, and lush green trees. Some notable tourist attractions located in Ponmudi are Peppara Wildlife Sanctuary, Echo Point and various trekking spots. Mist-laden valleys, especially Golden Valley near Kallar River, also draw tourists. Travelers can find a deer park and wood and stone cottages coloured in bright hues while visiting here.Located about from the hill station, is the Ponmudi Falls. Around from the Ponmudi Resort, is the popular Deer Park. The Meenmutty Falls, another popular attraction of the region, is about 3 km from the Kallar Main Road. Peppara Wildlife Sanctuary, located on the outskirts of Ponmudi, is a preserve spread across and accommodates a variety of wild animals and birds like Asian elephants, sambar, leopards, lion-tailed macaques, Malabar grey hornbills, etc. Winter season is from the months of November to February. Temperatures drop substantially and they range from a minimum. and go up to a maximum. December is the coldest part of the year and the travelers who visit the place during this time should bring appropriate winter clothing. Kallar and Menmutty Falls Kallar situated en route to the popular hill station of Ponmudi, Kallar gets its name from the River Kallar, which flows through the region. Kallu means 'stone' and Aru means 'river', hence the name Kallar. The river is well known for its abundance of attractive, round-shaped boulders and pebbles, especially in the upper reaches and middle portion of its course. Here one can take a dip in the crystal clear waters to cool off, and also watch the many rapids and small pools that dot a good part of the river in this area. These huge and beautiful places of tradition and history have become amazing patterns in the eyes of the people and they are much more beautiful and much more interesting to look at because of the natural environment and the beautiful environment that people have at different times. The greenery of beauty can be seen in this region. It can be made more interesting. The historical monuments in this region are beautiful. This image looks the most beautiful in this natural indicator. I hope you will like it very much and if you like it, please like and comment. The picture shows a food shop and a fruit shop. In the picture you can see two boyfriends and a girlfriend buying fruit from a fruit shop. They actually like to eat fruits. Besides, the people of Bangladesh like to eat fruits very much. In fact, it contains a lot of vitamins, so we should eat more fruit. In the picture you can see different kinds of fruits are being sold in the fruit shop which is very nice to see. Here we can see oranges, grapes, pomegranates, apples and many other types of fruits that are very good to eat. We should eat more and more of these fresh fruit roots. Moreover, you can see in the picture that different types of food are being sold in the food shop. Here you can see biscuits, cakes, bread, potatoes and many other foods that are very good to eat. The people of Bangladesh love to eat such foods. Because such foods are very good for health. And the fun of eating such foods is different. The picture was taken from our Chandpur market which is why it is very nice to see the picture. I like to see the fruits of the fruit shop and the food of the food shop. I hope you like the food of the food shop and the fruits of the fruit shop. You can see D, B, United High School in the picture. This school is known as the high school of Satkhira district. In fact, this high school is the first in Satkhira district in terms of education. This school has seven hundred to eight hundred children. In fact, this high school is first in terms of students and in Satkhira district. In fact, this high school is first in terms of education and knowledge acquisition. Most of the boys and girls of Satkhira district study here. The teachers of this school are very knowledgeable that Because the students of this school are very good in education. I'm glad to see D, B, United High School. I hope you enjoy watching OD, B, United High School. The picture is taken from our Dhulihar D, B, United High School which is why it is very nice to see the picture. D, B, United High School means Dhulihar Brahmarajpur Combined Secondary School. I hope the picture of the school is very nice to see. In Dosarpara village of Sirajdikhan upazila of Munshiganj district. Padmahema Dham is an ashram of Fakir Lalon Shah. Although Lalon did not visit this natural place known as Baul Bari, the photojournalist of the first Alae newspaper, Kabir Hassan, built this ashram by showing devotion to Lalon. One of the hallmarks of Lalon is the huge unity made of stone as soon as you enter the Padmahem Dham, which is full of the soothing natural environment and the chirping of the wings. Munshiganj's traditional wooden two-storey house, living room and Lalongeeti school will be seen in the midst of enchanting nature. The river Ichhamati flows on three sides of the ashram. And so the view of sunrise and sunset from the ashram standing on the bank of the river is much more enjoyable. Most of the time, a group of Tela Vedas can be seen going by boat along the Ichhamati river. You can spend the night camping at Padmahem Dham. In the huge playground in front of the ashram, under the ancient banyan tree, Lalon Fakir's festivals, fairs and sadhusangas are organized in this ashram on two full moon days during the winter for 12 long years. From evening till night, the ashram premises are filled with songs, tea and cakes. At that time many Baul artists, dignitaries, visitors and devotees came from different countries including Japan and India.How to get there The distance from Dhaka to Munshiganj district is only 23 kilometers. You can go to Munshiganj by Mawagami bus from Gulistan, Abdullapur and Mirpur in Dhaka. You can reach Padmahem Dham Ashram located at a distance of 6 km from Sirajdikhan Upazila by bike CNG from Munshiganj district headquarters. The most convenient way is to rent a CNG from Pastegala in Dhaka for 30 rupees and come to Mella Bazaar. When you come to the market of Mella, you have to go to the river bank to get to the shelf. It will cost 5 rupees per person to go to the other side of the river. You can take CNG directly to Padmahem Dham by crossing the river. The full CNG fare will be around 200 rupees. And bargain to fix CNG.Where to stay Due to its proximity to Dhaka district, you can leave Dhaka in the morning and return in the evening. If you want, you can camp in the huge green field of the ashram with the help of the locals. You will also find some more standard residential hotels including Hotel Three Star and Hotel Comfort located in Munshiganj district headquarters for overnight stay. Where to eat. There is a hotel for eating and drinking inside the Padmahem Dham Ashram. Besides, the food at River View and Munshi's Ghareya Hotel in the city is quite good. Among the popular dishes of Munshiganj, Chittar Yogurt, Anandar Sweets, Khuder Bauwa, Bhagyakul Sweets are some of them.