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Lalakhal is a beautiful river in the city of Sylhet. I am going to present a picture.  I hope you like the picture a lot saliva.  Lalakhal is located just below Cherrapunji in India.  The river originates from the Cherrapunji hills and flows through Bangladesh.  The place is very useful for feeling nature up close. However, it is called as a place of vision.  Dense green forests in the hills, rivers, tea gardens and a combination of different species of trees across the saliva.  If you can go to the full moon, then the form of the moon-washed river will be an event to remember for a lifetime.  Numerous bends are seen in Lalakhal river.  Every bend is beautiful to look at. Looking at the mountains, it seems as if someone has arranged them one by one with his own hands.  Here clouds accumulate on the hill.  Seen from a little closer, the clouds form a group and stop leaning on the hill.  Sometimes it gets lost in the middle of two hills. The part near Tamabil Road of Lalakhal is called Sari river.  The most interesting thing about this canal is the water of different colors.  Each part of the canal has a different color.  Such as blue, green and clear water.  You can go to Lalakhale by boat or speedboat over the clear waters of Sari river.  At the end of the 45 minute journey you will reach the factory wharf of Lalakhal Tea Garden.  At this time you will be looking at the water of the river with fascinated eyes.  What a beautiful blue, seen below.  Lalakhal is located just below Cherrapunji in India.  Lalakhal is full of night beauty and is located near Jaintapur upazila of Sylhet district.  It is best to rent a boat.  The moment before dusk around Lalakhal is even more unforgettable.  If you want to go to Lalakhale, you have to take a microbus, Laguna or Jaflong bus to Sarighat from the front of Osmani Shishu Udyan on the south side of Dhopadidhi in Sylhet city.  People gather to see many beautiful places. If you like the place, please like, command, share and subscribe.
I am going to present a picture of DB's Haor in Jaintapur, Sylhet, which is associated with the memory of Raja Ram Singh of Jaint Rajya.  I hope you like it a lot.  There are four bills, including Yam and Harafkata Kendri.  DB's haor has been named after the bills.  The position of the four bills is again not where-where.  At the foot of the Meghalaya hills on the Bangladesh-India border.  Ram Singh's bills take shape in the shuffler kingdom during the shuffler season.  There are many red water lilies in the bill.  Hundreds of thousands of red water lilies grow in the water of the beel filled with herbaceous shrubs even in the light of the morning sun.  A vast expanse of water is covered with green leaves.  Shuffler's smile illuminated the bills in the morning light.  Nature decorates the bills with her own hands with a red shuffler smile.  This Shapla Bill will open the doors of the minds of any traveler who comes to visit. There is a ruined temple in the middle of Haor of DB.  Anyone can visit the temple if they want. The two hundred year old temple built in that memory is now dilapidated.  In this haor, which is associated with the memory of the ancient king, birds reign in winter.  Birds are more likely to roam on the water body as the huge haor dries up. This haor is different in the evening in the dazzling of guest birds like Balihans, Patisarali, Pankauri, Sadabak and Jal Mayuri.  The beauty of the boiling shuffler can be enjoyed before the sun shines.  Meghalaya next to the bill, the Khasia community living at the foot of the hill.  Between Harafkata and DB Bill is the tomb of Raja Ram Singh.  In the distant mountains you will find the gardens of the Khasias.  If you like this beautiful place, you will like, command, share and subscribe.