Wednesday, 23 Oct 2019

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There are many places to visit in the vicinity of Dhaka. If you want, you can bring all of your family or friends in this winter season to visit from these sights. Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Safari Park is located at Sripur in Gazipur, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Safari Park. The park has an area of ​​3 thousand 5 acres – tigers, lions, elephants, bears, deer, crocodiles, monkeys, rabbits, giraffes, dragon snakes, various species of wild and exotic birds. Sitting at the tiger restaurant in the park, the tiger can be seen very closely. The restaurant is surrounded by white glass walls.

There is also a lion restaurant like the tiger restaurant. It is also a lion-watching restaurant. One of the most interesting in this park is a special car ride through the forest. While riding in this car, you can see the tiger, lion, deer or other animal. There are also crocodile breeding centers, duck lakes, various birds, butterfly parks and various wildlife. Bangladesh Folk and Crafts Foundation Located in Sonargaon upazila of Narayanganj Bangladesh Folk and Crafts Foundation.

The name of the area was once a golden village. There are two museums within the Foundation. One of them is the Folk and Crafts Museum, and the other is the Artist Zainul Folk and Crafts Museum. The gallery can be seen in traditional Neptune woodpecker art, rural biographies of contemporary Bengal, pottery and masks art of Bengal, boat models of different regions of Bangladesh, biographies of tribal people of Bangladesh, folk instruments and terracotta patterns, copper, bronze and bronze, bronze, folk art, folk art. Cool footprints and various patterns including coins, jewelry and weapons of the early period. If you meet the Panam Nagar Folk and Crafts Foundation, you can visit the Thousand Year Old City of Panam.

The city is only half a kilometer from the Folk and Craft Foundation. Every building in this city is built on aesthetics. You can see the Goldi mosque, the tomb of Shaykh Sharafuddin Tawama, the tomb of Ghiyasuddin Azam Shah, the tomb of Panch Pir. Bikrampur Museum is surrounded by greenery. Huge pond in between. There is also a wharf. There are also sump boats. Many old houses on the pond hill. And on the other side of the pond is the Bikrampur Museum. Besides, the sampan boat floating in the pond is symbolic of the boat museum. And these museums are located in the village of North Balasur in Srinagar upazila of Munshiganj.

Upon entering the museum of the three-storeyed building, two large earthen panels will be seen on both sides. The gallery on the left side of the floor is under the name of Jadunath Roy. The gallery contains ancient archaeological maps of Vikrampur, Raghurampur, Nateshwar, and archaeological artifacts including burnt earthen tubes, earthenware, burnt clay toys found from various areas of Vikrampur. The gallery on the bottom right is named by Sir Jagadish Chandra Bose. On the left side of the second floor of the Liberation War gallery you can see pictures, history, documents, books and various artifacts of the War of Liberation. And in the gallery on the right there is a history of the life and actions of the Mansis born in Vikrampur.

There are also birch trees that were written in ancient times before the paper was discovered, bark written on talcot, wooden ark, coins of Pakistan period, tattoos, burnt clay figurines, ceramic tiles and various patterns used by the local people in ancient times. Shalban Bihar is located in Comilla, about 3 km from Dhaka. Apart from a total of 4 monks’ rooms on the square arm of the Buddhist monastery, Biharangan has a central temple of crucifixion. The walls of the temple were adorned with paintings of burnt clay. Archaeological excavations show the discovery of six archaeological sites at the site, and archaeologists believe that the first construction period was the sixth century and the last construction period was the 12th century.

In the vicinity of Shalban Bihar, there are Rupaban Mura, Itakhola Mura, Bhoja Raja’s house, Anand Vihar, Kotila Mura, Charpatra Mura, Rani Mainamati Palace and Temple. Mainamati Museum The Mainamati Museum was set up in front of the south side of Shalban Bihar on the south side of Comilla Kotbari Bihar in order to preserve and display the antiquities. There are 12 chapters in the entire museum building. So that the antiques are displayed.

The specimens shown here include the land-design of the ruins, the metallurgical blade, the ancient coins, the earthen printers, the burnt clay plates, the bronze statues, the stone figurines, the iron nails, the stone pellets, the ornaments, and the pottery used in the house. The museum has a bronze bell made of bronze. Whose weight is 5 kg. There are also gold and silver coins found in Mainamati, burnt clay plates, bronze and copper making materials, iron-making materials, various types of clay toys, woodwork patterns, ancient manuscript manuscripts on cotton paper, pottery of various specimens.

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