Some information on the trip to Rajshahi “Bagha Mosque”.

Some information:
 The distance from Rajshahi to Bagha is about forty kilometers.
 There are mango orchards everywhere in Baghar.
You can visit the historic Bagha Mosque to see the mango orchard.
♦ The ancient mosque is made of bricks.
♦ There are four domes around the main mosque and five in two rows in the middle with a total of ten domes. আছে There are five doors on the east side of the mosque.
 Four doors on the north and south walls have been closed.
 The roof of this mosque, which is about 23.18 m long and 12.60 m wide, was destroyed in the earthquake of 1897.  The Archaeological Department later rebuilt the roof with the dome.

 

 

 

 

What you see =
 There are lots of burnt clay tablets inside and outside the mosque.
 Inside the mosque there is a special prayer room built a little higher in the north-west corner.
There is disagreement about this.
Many think it was a place of prayer for women.
♦ Again, according to many, the chamber was reserved only for the governor acting as the Sultan’s representative.
 On the east side of Bagha Mosque there is a huge lake.
There is a cemetery next to that mosque.
Several elderly people are lying here.
It is said that Hazrat Shah Daula Danesh Mand (R.) came to Baghdad from Baghdad in 1505 AD with five companions to spread Islam.
 It is known that Sultan Nasrat Shah was also his devotee.
♦ The name of the place is Bagha because Shah Daula used to ride on the back of a tiger in this area.
 On the way to Bagha Mosque you can see Baneshwar Mango Hat.
♦ The largest mango market in Rajshahi is in Baneshwar.

 

 

 

 

How to go =
 Rajshahi can be reached by road, rail and air from Dhaka.
 AC buses of Desh Travels and Green Line Paribahan go to Rajshahi from Kalyanpur and Gabtali in Dhaka. ♦ Rent from 800 to 1000 rupees.
♦ Besides, buses from Shyamoli Paribahan, Hanif Enterprise, National Travels, Bablu Enterprise etc. from Gabtali and Kalyanpur in Dhaka go to Rajshahi.
♦ Rent from Rs. 400 to TK.
 The intercity train Silk City Express leaves Dhaka’s Kamalapur for Rajshahi at 2.40 pm every day of the week except Sunday and the intercity train Padma Express leaves at 11:10 pm every day except Tuesday.
♦ Rent of elegant chairs is TK. 300, soft seat is TK. 604, AC seat is TK. 625, AC berth is TK. 1061.
 Biman Bangladesh (minimum fare is Tk. 3,300) and United Air (minimum fare is Tk. 4,250) operate from Dhaka’s Shahjalal International Airport to Rajshahi.
 The easiest way to get to Bagha from Rajshahi is by bus.
 Baghar bus leaves from Rajshahi Sadar bus terminal. Rent 35 to 40 TK.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Where to stay =
♦ There are different quality hotels in Rajshahi city. পাশে There is a motel of Bangladesh Tourism Corporation next to Rajshahi Zoo.
 Booking of this hotel can also be done from the head office of Dhaka Tourism Corporation.
♦ The AC single room of the hotel costs Tk 1,900, the AC double room costs Tk 2,600 and the suite costs Tk 4,800.
অন্যান্য Other hotels in Rajshahi city are Hotel Nice International in Ganakpara, Hotel Hawke’s Inn in Shiroil, Hotel Mukta International in Saheb Bazar, Hotel Dallas International in Bindur, Hotel Shukran in Malopara etc. ♦ These hotels have rooms at Rs 500 to Rs 3,500.

Eating = drinking
 There is no good hotel to eat here.
♦ But there are some food shops.
Most people cook and eat here.
 There is a very nice environment for cooking.
 You will find some food here at very low prices for food.
♦ And you will get fresh fruit during the fruit.

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