Let’s go to Natore of Banalata Sen.
Uttara Ganobhaban: Come and visit Bonalata Sen’s Natore, eat Natore’s famous Kanchagolla.
The Dighapatiya palace, which is about three hundred years old, is known as Uttara Ganobhaban in Natore. Uttara Ganobhaban in Dighapati, Natore is one of the ancient historical monuments of Bangladesh. Dayaram Roy was the founder of the Dighapatiya dynasty.
This Ganobhaban is spread over an area of 41 acres.
Thousands of visitors flock here every day to see this impossibly tidy and tidy place, you too can come and see this place of ancient history and make your travel experience more fulfilling.
The huge gate at the entrance of Uttara Ganobhaban is actually a giant stone clock. The watch was brought from England by King Dayaram at that time. Next to the clock is a large bell. At one time this bell could be heard from afar. Inside the palace are gatherings and ceremonies of many ancient and rare species of trees. There are various rare species of fruit and medicinal trees including Raj-Ashoka, Sauravi, Parijat, Hapabmali, Camphor, Haritaki, Yastimadhu, Madhabi, Tarajhara, Mykas, Nilmanilata, Haimanti. The grandeur of these trees on the banks of the moat or lake in the palace.
There are six ponds named Golpukur, Padmapukur, Shyamsagar, Kacharipukur, Kalipukur and Keshtjir pond in the premises of Uttara Ganobhaban.
How to come:
If you want to come from Dhaka, you can take any bus (Hanif, Shyamoli, Tuhin, National) from Gabtali or Kalyanpur to Rajshahi.
The rent will be non-AC-360 TK, AC 900 TK.
Time: 5 hours if there is no jam, 8/9 hours if there is a jam, it takes about an hour and a half after crossing the Jamuna bridge.
Located just two and a half kilometers from the city of Natore, this ancient monument can be reached by any autorickshaw or rickshaw.
Admission ticket price: 20 TK per person.
Note: Ideal place for taking pictures, don’t forget to take a camera !!
And when you come, don’t forget to take raw golla from Mouchank sweets store from inside the city.