Ruhul amin 1週 5日前
Construction work of the Lalbagh fort began in the 5th. The then Mughal Emperor Azam Shah began construction. However, for a short time Azam Shah was the Mughal emperor. Yet in his short time he began this extraordinary work of his. It is to be noted that Azam Shah was the son of Mughal emperor Aurangzeb and grandson of Shah Jahan, the most respected emperor in the world for the creation of the Taj Mahal. After Azam Shah left Delhi, the then Nawab Shaista Khan resumed the unfinished work of Lalbagh Fort.
Lalbagh Fort Schedule:
The schedule of Lalbagh fort is changed 2 times a year.
– April to September
Thursday to Saturday: 9am to 3pm (break from 3pm to 4pm).
Friday: 9am to 12pm and 2pm to 5pm Monday: 2pm to 5pm.
– October to March:
Thursday to Saturday: 9am to 5pm (break from noon to 5pm)
Friday: 9am to 2pm, and 2pm to 5pm Monday: 9am to 3pm.
– From the front of Shahbagh National Museum, you can take a rickshaw and come straight to the fort. Will charge 1 taka.
-When you come up to BUET’s market with a cheap car and ask somebody, the fort will show the road.
– For Bangladeshis: 1 Taka.
– For foreigners: 1 taka.