Bhawal Raj Shamshanswari, located at Joydebpur in Gazipur district, is a significant archeological site in Bangladesh. The Bhawal Raj crematorium was erected on a 5 acre site on the south bank of the Chilai River, just 1 km from Bhawal Rajbari, for the cremation of members of the zamindar family. Nameplates and monuments bearing the names of the deceased members of the family.According to various historical sources, the ancestors of the Bhawal zamindars lived in the village of Bajrayogini in Munshiganj district. In the forties of the 18th century, Balram Roy worked as a dewan of Daulat Ghazi, the then zamindar of Bhawal Pargana in Gazipur. Later, Balram Roy bought Daulat Gazi's zamindari at auction. After the death of Balaram Roy in 1843, his son Krishnaray started managing the zamindari and Bhawal zamindari became permanent. After the death of Krishna Roy in 1850, his son Joydev Roy Bhawal took charge of the zamindari. The Bhawal area came to be known as Joydevpur after the name of Zamindar Joydev Roy.
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Tracing the border with China, Sapa is a captivating remote town in the Hoang Lien Son mountains of northern Vietnam. Its elevation 1,500 meters above sea level is nothing to scoff at when you’re trekking the terraced hills and slopes around this high-altitude mountain town. While there’s plenty of natural beauty to tempt you to this far-reached corner of the country, much of Sapa’s appeal lies in its raw and authentic culture.Days are spent trekking through rice paddies, rural villages untouched by tourism, and the clouds of Fansipan – Vietnam’s highest peak. Scenery aside, the highlight is hands down the opportunity to chat with these fascinating people along the way – local kids will tag along and try to sell you some of their handmade jewelry or simply try to improve their English by speaking to you.In the town of Sapa itself, there are attractive French colonial sites worth visiting such as the Gothic church, the town square and city hall. Sapa is a major market town where the various ethnic tribes in the area often gather to sell their handicrafts, which make excellent souvenirs. At the Sapa Culture Museum, visitors can learn all about the history and cultures of these ethnic groups.
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Bread rolls and spring rolls or goi cuon, being the oldest foods tried by the earlier tourists are now experiencing much variety in the cuisine. With rice, noodles, vegetables and meat, Vietnamese cuisine is considered to be one of the healthiest.
Pho, a lighter soup served with meat of choice along with rice noodles is a classic dish offered at both restaurants and food stalls. Seafood is an equally important part of many dishes just like chicken or beef and this standout delicacy Cha ca perfects the sautéed fish along with noodles.Bun Cha and Bahn mi are few other traditional main course dishes which differ slightly in taste according to the place it’s being made. While Bun Cha happens to be grilled meat served with broth and noodles, Bahn mi is a sandwich with a filling of meat in it.
Coming to the dessert or Che as it’s called, this Vietnam is never falling short of choices for both locals and tourists. Since rice is an essential part of the diet here, it’s included in dessert as well, like the Che Bap made with sweet corn and rice.Che ba ba is a sweet soup made with sweet potato, tapioca pearls, and coconut milk and best enjoyed warm. Mango sweet cakes or Banh Xaoi, Mung bean pastry are few other sweet options you should try for as they are both unique and tasty.Vietnam tourism is blasting with tourists mostly backpackers visiting this amazing and serene country like never before. Vietnamese people are quite friendly, even though most of them are not familiar with English; the welcoming vibe itself is more than enough. Planning a 10-day itinerary is enough to cover the major attractions all over the country.
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Another one of Vietnam's treasures is the ancient town of Hoi An. A UNESCO World Heritage site, this quaint town is known for its preservation of a beautiful amalgamation of Chinese, Japanese, Vietnamese and French colonial architecture. One can wander around the narrow streets here bounded by colourful shops. The canals in Hoi An are among the most famous in the world, and a sampan ride is highly recommended at dawn or dusk. The Hoi An Night Market, another highlight of this town is a lively experience. Bright lanterns on the Thu Bon river and streets lined with local vendors make this market a photographer's haven. Tourists can shop for souvenirs, clothing items, accessories, handmade products and many more at bargained rates here.The sandy blue beaches or dine-in restaurants with gorgeous views facing the sea are characteristic of the town of Da Nang. A hotspot for tourists, Da Nang can be toured with the help of taxis or simply hiring a scooter. A little outside from the town, there is a road which leads to a hillside coast road and furthermore to Son Tra Peninsula, a dense forest area home to a rare monkey species named Red-Shanked Douc. They are said to be endangered and do not engage much with humans. One can safely spot them from a distance. Hue and Nha Trang are few other places known for having time-honoured Buddhist temples and beaches as well.
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