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 The traditional Patkelghata Siddiquia Madrasa.Short History and Tradition"
Sufi Fazlur Karim Rah founded this religious institution in 1956, surrounded by natural beauty on the banks of Kopotaksh river near Panchali of Patkelghata police station.
Meanwhile, Maulana Aminul Haq Rah (the great lord), after crossing many rivers from distant Chittagong, anchored knowledge at this ferry ghat for the purpose of propagating the religion and was the first to take the responsibility of conducting this religious paradise by responding to the call of the Sufi. He tried to implement the aims and objectives of the madrasa through extreme prudence and hard work. As a result, from the very beginning, thousands of human children, having received religious education and initiation, have been working in different parts of the country and abroad for the welfare of Islam and the nation, with justice, devotion and honesty. At the same time, it is playing a commendable role in stopping anti-social activities like Kufr-Shirk, Bidat-Superstition, Madak, Terrorism, Theft, Robbery, Murder, Kidnapping, Murder and Adultery.
At present, more than 500 students are studying in the Madrasa in the departments of Noorani, Najera, Hifz and Jamaat. Twenty-five skilled and hardworking teachers are engaged in imparting education and initiation under the leadership of Maulana Monirul Haque, the present director of the madrasa. In addition, this institution has been used for a long time as the center of the Tala-Patkelghata branch of the Education Board "Befaq" of Qawmi Madrasa Bangladesh.
With the closure of almost all educational institutions in our country like in the rest of the world due to the Corona epidemic, when the young and adolescent generation is misled by various crimes, the respected teachers of these Qawmi Madrasas continue to educate Qawmi students in hostile environments with the permission of the government. He is continuing his efforts to build as a servant of the nation.
I think "Siddiquia Madrasa" is a cause of mercy and pride for the people of Patkelghata. So the organization will go further with the sympathy and love of the locals, 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. The Valley of Flowers National Park. The stunning landscape of The Valley of Flowers National Park in northern India's state of Uttarakhand, bordered by Nepal and Tibet, comes alive with the monsoon rain. This beautiful natural place has caught the eye of the people. Such beautiful places are always very beautiful in the eyes of the people because the environment of this place is always in the minds of the people and the state of this hilly region in the border area will attract the attention of the people.This high-altitude Himalayan valley has around 300 different varieties of alpine flowers, which appear as a bright carpet of color against a mountainous snow capped background. It's spread and was declared a national park. It’s also a Unesco World Heritage Site. The main Valley of Flowers is a glacial corridor, around five.Note, The trekking route to the Valley of Flowers was badly damaged by floods. The Valley reopened for the entire season. Location The Valley of Flowers National Park is located in Chamoli Garhwal, close to Nanda Devi National Park. It’s about kilometers from Delhi, and has an altitude that varies above sea level.bGetting there The nearest airport is in Dehradun, away, and the nearest railway station is in Rishikesh, The closest you can get to The Valley of Flowers by road is Govind Ghat. This requires a 10 hour drive to Joshimath from Dehradun, then another one hour to Govind Ghat. From Govind Ghat, you'll need to trek to base camp at Ghangaria. Following the 2013 flood, the path has been rerouted at many places and the total distance has increased. Trekking time is now approximately eight to 10 hours. Alternatively, it's possible to hire a mule, or go by helicopter is the weather is fine. People like beautiful natural places all the time because people like beauty in natural places. People usually visit such places. You may like to see these beautiful natural places and if you like it, please like, comment and subscribe to our channel. 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. We can see that there is a car standing here. In fact, the car is standing to take oil. It is an oil pump. Hundreds to hundreds of cars take oil from here every day. There are Jamuna companies, they have been taken here, they are dealers here, they bring oil from there, they store it here, they take thousands of tons every day, from here they take it in every vehicle, they reach the destination every day, here they get mobiles of different companies including diesel, petrol, octane. It has been going on for a long time. We started our journey on the way to Dooars on the night of 5th February at 10 o'clock. This time the tour was very exciting for me because we had our 17-month-old son Ryan with us. However, he is more famous as Vusting.
There was a little fear that I would be able to manage everything or how much he could adjust with us. In those 10 days the Swift car became my small family. We reached Siliguri at 11:30 am on the 8th. On that day we took rest and on the 7th we proceeded to Dwars. From Dinhata to Kadalbari Slum, Gasanimari Highway, Pasakha, Mahua, Chilapata, Chapramari and again from Dinhata to Siliguri, Islampur, Bhagalpur, Purnia via Asansol, Kolkata. This trip is my personal There are some things to keep in mind when going on a trip with a child. Maintain baby hygiene. A lot of digging so that the stomach is not empty and sleep. And water. At this point I have to say that Bhusting's performance was just unpredictable. Once upon a time, my child did not let me know that he and the little man and Divya had returned home happy with us. Vattakottai Fort. Location Kanyakumari Tamilnadu, India Vattakottai Fort is a seaside fort Kanyakumari, TamilNadu the southern tip of India. This ancient fort was located in Tamil Nadu, India amidst natural beauty and greenery. This huge fort and this fort has a lot of history and a lot of improvements for the image of people at different times trying to find out what made a rich region beautiful and this fort called Kanyakumari is very well known in Tamil Nadu, India. This fort is situated approximately 6 km to the north east of the city Kanyakumari. Vattakottai Fort was erected in 18th century, and this was the last fort amongst the coastal forts built by the Travancore emperors. This built as a coastal defense-fortification and barracks in the erstwhile Travancore kingdom.The height of the walls of Vattakottai fort is nearly 25ft and the thickness of the walls is around 29ft on the front. The fort was built by De Lannoy, who was a Dutch naval officer and who also became commander of the Travancore Army the very army that defeated him in the Battle of Colachel in the 18th century, after he earned the trust of the Travancore King Marthanda Varma. De Lannoy constructed Vattakottai, as part of the defence-fortifications he undertook throughout Travancore.The fort is made of granite blocks and, today, a part of the fort extends into the sea. It is a protected site under the Indian archaeological department. A major renovation of the fort was undertaken recently by the department, and the site is now a popular tourist spot. Vattakottai Fort commands a picturesque view of both the sea on the one side, and the hills Western Ghats on the other. Another interesting feature near the site is a beach of black sands. The fort is made of stone and it includes rest rooms, watchtowers and weapon rooms. The walls inside the fort have engravings of fish design, which is supposed to be emblem of Pandyas. It is also said by the archaeologists that the fort was under the authority of Pandyas in the past. Earlier, the Padmanabhapuram Palace was clearly visible from the peak of the fort. In the past, there used to be broad tunnel from the fort to the Palace, but the tunnel is closed now. Visitors can catch a glimpse of the sea from the elevated parade ground located on top of the fort. The water of Bay of Bengal is visible from one side of the parade ground and on the other side the serene water of Arabian Sea can be seen.These beautiful traditional places are more attractive to the eyes of the people especially in this region and in different environments it is one of them and like this huge palace and fortress this place has created a huge beautiful environment and attraction in the eyes of people today. You will understand about this place and these scenes. You will love to see these pictures of this beautiful and environmentally rich area and this huge building palace and if you like it, please like, comment and subscribe to my channel. The armies of the Delhi Sultanate, particularly those of Alauddin Khalji and Muhammad bin Tughlaq, invaded and pillaged South India. There are various indications of the rise and fall of different empires and it was very beautiful and the Islamic rulers were one of the rulers in the world still occupies a memorable place in history. These unforgettable events can happen in the eyes of people today, which you can understand by seeing this beautiful environment. The Hoysala Empire and its capital Dvarasamudra in south Karnataka was plundered and destroyed in the early 14th century by the armies of Alauddin Khalji, and again. by the army of Muhammad bin Tughlaq.The Kampili kingdom in north-central Karnataka followed the collapse of Hoysala Empire. It was a short-lived Hindu kingdom with its capital from Hampi. The Kampili kingdom ended after an invasion by the Muslim armies of Muhammad bin Tughlaq. The Hindu women of Kampili committed jauhar ritual mass suicide when the Kampili soldiers faced defeat by Tughlaq's army. The Vijayanagara Empire arose from the ruins of the Kampili kingdom. It grew into one of the famed Hindu empires of South India that ruled for over 200 years. The Vijayanagara Empire built its capital around Hampi, calling it Vijayanagara. They expanded the infrastructure and temples. According to Nicholas Gier and other scholars, Hampi-Vijayanagara was the world's second-largest medieval-era city after Beijing, and probably India's richest. Its wealth attracted 16th-century traders from across the Deccan area, Persia and the Portuguese colony of Goa. The Vijayanagara rulers fostered developments in intellectual pursuits and the arts, maintained a strong military and fought many wars with sultanates to its north and east. They invested in roads, waterworks, agriculture, religious buildings and public infrastructure. This included, states Unesco, forts, riverside features, royal and sacred complexes, temples, shrines, pillared halls, mandapas halls for people to sit, memorial structures, gateways, check posts, stables, water structures, and more. The site was multi-religious and multi-ethnic; it included Hindu and Jain monuments next to each other. The buildings predominantly followed South Indian Hindu arts and architecture dating to the Aihole-Pattadakal styles, but the Hampi builders also used elements of Indo-Islamic architecture in the Lotus Mahal, the public bath and the elephant stables. According to historical memoirs left by Portuguese and Persian traders to Hampi, the city was of metropolitan proportions; they called it one of the most beautiful cities. While prosperous and in infrastructure, the Muslim-Hindu wars between Muslim Sultanates and Vijayanagara Empire continued. at the Battle of Talikota, a coalition of Muslim sultanates entered into a war with the Vijayanagara Empire. They captured and beheaded the king, followed by a massive destruction of the infrastructure fabric of Hampi and the metropolitan Vijayanagara. The city was pillaged, looted and burnt for six months after the war, then abandoned as ruins, which are now called the Group of Monuments at Hampi.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. Tea is the most consumed beverage in our country after ordinary water. It is said that the arrival of tea in this country was in the hands of the British, although the original home of tea was in China, but due to the bad trade relations with China, the British came to India and started producing tea. That too around the beginning of 1818. In the Assam region, they have become unusually successful in producing tea commercially, so they are more focused on producing it. The presence of tea in Sylhet, Bangladesh is around the beginning of 1855. The first commercial tea production started in 1857 at Malnichhara in Sylhet. The yield of tea in Sylhet is good due to the favorable weather, and Srimangal in Sylhet is termed as the land of tea as it is the most suitable of all. It is an amazing display of heavenly beauty. Almost all the tourists are intoxicated by its mysterious beauty. The quiet tea gardens sleeping in the lap of the hills like small tillers, the vast waters of the haors, the green forests have created a heavenly view of unparalleled beauty here. Therefore, the number of visitors is more in Srimangal than in other places of Sylhet. Srimangal Tea Garden, Baikka Beel, Lauyachhara National Park, Madhabpur Lake are always popular with tourists. It is natural that tea will be one of the most famous dishes in the country of tea, but there is a famous tea here which is no ordinary tea like ten other places. The name of the tea is also very nice Satranga tea. Just what country? Along with this, this Sataranga tea, which is also famous among foreigners, has now become one of the aspects of Srimangal travel. There are three Nilakantha tea cabins at Srimangal Massacre, BDR Camp and Kalighat. Beyond the boundaries of Sylhet, these seven colors of tea are now available in Taltola of Khilgaon, one of the busiest areas of the capital Dhaka. In a long glass of tea, another layer floats on one layer. Different color in each level. Tea of seven colors and seven flavors in just one glass. Each color is different. One does not mix with the other. Each color tastes different. There is little debate about its taste, but its beauty is better than its taste. Although it is known as seven color tea, now you will get eight color tea. However, when you say eight colors, eight different levels of tea are actually wrong. There are 2,3 colors. Variations in the use of different spices, the excellent arrangement of water concentrations create this layer of tea. Ramesh Ram Gaur Ramesh Gaur was invented by Ramesh Ram Gaur. That is why this colorful tea has gained fame abroad beyond the borders of the country. He has been making this tea in seven colors since about 2002. That is why the popularity of colorful tea is increasing day by day. Selling garments: The more developed a factory is in a country, the more developed the country is. Therefore, our Bangladesh government has given more importance to this industrial factory. Therefore, a large number of garment factories have been set up in Bangladesh. These garments are being exported abroad When people build garment factories, their jobs are created. They buy these questions from different garment factories and the leaders sit in different markets and sell them. They make a lot of profit and they get employment opportunities. This is why it is seen that the people of Bangladesh are trying to keep their family happy and at peace by paying for their misery. Here is a picture of these people selling clothes on the side of the road in Kamalnagar Bazaar of Faridpur district because these people are different from Dhaka city The garments have been collected from the garment factories and the winter season is underway in Faridpur district of Bangladesh This is why they sell these garments in different markets every day in large quantities and these garments protect the dignity of the people and it is seen that by selling these they are becoming economically self-sufficient and eliminating unemployment of many people so we can say that garment factory was established in Dhaka It should not be expected that factories will be set up in every district of Bangladesh and it will be expected to be strong and Bangladesh will be able to earn a lot of foreign exchange every year by exporting the country's garments abroad
Lastly, I would like to say that in order to develop a country, it is necessary to give more importance to the industries in that country. Today, if the industries and factories of every district of Bangladesh are established, then there will be employment for many people. With it, his family will be able to live happily in peace, so it is seen that the developing countries of the world have developed a lot of industries. These industries are very developed and there are no people in their country. These are now being exported abroad. Meanwhile, the Bangladesh government is earning a lot of foreign exchange. If only Faridpur district sells them, their unemployment will go away and their families will be happy and at peace and one day it will become a golden country. Tea Museum Tea Museum is located in Srimangal Upazila of Moulvibazar, the famous tourist city of Tea. It is the first and only tea museum in Bangladesh. This tea museum is about the history and tradition of tea garden for hundreds of years. The tea museum was set up in 2009 at the initiative of Srimangal T-Board to showcase the different varieties of tea, various ingredients related to tea cultivation and the history of tea cultivation to the new generation. The Tea Resort and Museum of the Bangladesh Tea Board is located at a distance of about two kilometers along the road from Srimangal to Kamalganj and Shamsher Nagar.
The tea museum has a total of four small rooms, two side by side and two a few yards away. There are tools of torture on the one hand, and various tools used by the workers on the other. There are various equipments used in tea gardens during British rule, special coins used by tea workers, hundreds of pieces of furniture used in British bungalows adjacent to gardens, filters of British period, tea table wrapping table, proning da, planting ho, ring spade etc.
A notable collection of the Tea Museum is the complete portrait of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. Bangabandhu in white Punjabi pajamas is standing behind the empty chair and table. I was fascinated by the huge picture. Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman was the Chairman of the Tea Board in 1958-56. And on that occasion he came to Nandabani tea garden in Srimangal. The chair in which Bangabandhu sat in the meeting at that time has been kept here with utmost care. That table of the meeting has also been kept.
There are also pegs, spades, pickers, cutters, spades, tri-fruit type spades used by tea workers during the British period, amulets used by women workers, anklets, earrings, various types of silver ornaments etc. found in this museum. Silver and copper coins used during the British and Pakistani periods have found a place. In World War II, a warplane crashed in the Lauyachhara forest. Part of that warplane also has a special place in the museum. The wood has long been housed in a glass frame with four pieces of fossilized stone transformed from the ground.
The tea museum also has a medium fridge powered by kerosene cups collected from the Neptune tea garden, and a hand-held telephone set from the Mathiura tea garden. There are also British-era mechanical plows, water filters, British-used telephone sets, typewriters, elevator pumps, survey gutters, turbine pumps and even British-era service books, ceramic jars, nineteenth-century electric fans, pruning da and ancient pies. The Tea Museum is open daily from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. You can visit the tea museum by buying a ticket for 20 rupees per person.