One day tour of Narayanganj.
Many of us go day in and day out to find many places to visit. Narayanganj is near Dhaka and is a well-known place. There is so much to see together.
The places are,
1. Sonargaon Folk Art Museum,
2. Panama City,
3. The Taj Mahal of Bengal,
Taj Mahal of Bengal 6
The Taj Mahal of Agra, the oldest wonder of the world, has been built in the village of Perab in Sonargaon Upazila of Narayanganj district in the style of the Taj Mahal in Agra. The Banglar Tajmahal of Bengal is modeled on the Taj Mahal of Agra. Its distance from Dhaka is only 33 kilometers. The main building of the Taj Mahal is wrapped in transparent and precious stones. Inside, the graves of film director and producer Ahsanullah Moni and his wife Razia are preserved. Four large minarets in the four corners, the main building in the middle, completely tiled. Water fountain in front, flower garden all around, seating for visitors on both sides. There is an air-conditioned Rajmoni Film City Restaurant, with quality food and chess. There is Rajmoni Film City Studio.
Near the Taj Mahal, the pyramid is modeled after the Egyptian pyramid, one of the Seven Wonders of the World.
Opening schedule 6
The Taj Mahal is open daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Panam Nagar _=
Panam City or Panam City is well known to Bangladeshis as the “Lost City”. Historic Panam Nagar is located in Sonargaon police station of Narayanganj district adjacent to Dhaka. In the 15th century, Isha Khan established the first capital of Bengal at Sonargaon. The city is spread over an area of about 20 sq km in Sonargaon. In 2007, Panam Nagar was included in the list of 100 most ruined historical monuments in the world made by the World Monument Fund.
Museum of Folk and Crafts:
The Museum of Folk and Crafts is just one kilometer away from Panama City. There is a sculpture of Shilpacharya Zainul Abedin at the entrance of the Folk and Crafts Museum. A total of 11 galleries in the museum have preserved artifacts of rare heritage. The galleries are decorated with elaborate wood carvings, masks, boat models, folk instruments, and burnt earthenware, jamdani, and nakshikantha.
How to go =
There is a bus from Gulistan to Sonargaon. We have to get off at Mogra Para. You can go down earlier. But I will say that those who go will go to Madanpur. From there see the Taj Mahal and the Pyramids and then go to Sonargaon and Panam City.
The Taj Mahal and the pyramid together cost 150 TK It took too much. Earlier it was 100 TK.
A short walk to see the Taj Mahal is the pyramid of Bengal.
Sonargaon Folk Art Museum 30 TK. Panam Nagar 15 TK
The cost of eating is such that we eat. We ate at a rice hotel outside Panam Nagar. Now if I calculate the cost, then the car rental does not seem to be more than 700 TK
[Every place to go is like its own place. So refrain from being as dirty as possible]