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One day, Narayanganj, Munshiganj Tour

One day, Narayanganj, Munshiganj Tour

January 2020 · 3 min read

One day, two friends boarded a bus from Gulistan in Dhaka in the hope of providing cover for two districts. Purpose Mogapara busstand. Sonargaon Museum travels from Mogparapara bus stand to rickshaw this year.


Sonargaon Museum: Sonargaon is a glorious ancient town in the history of Bengal. For about three hundred years Sonargaon was the capital of ancient Bengal. In the backdrop of the Sultanate period, looking back on our golden tradition, Sonargaon was chosen. The importance of Sonargaon was diminished after the transfer of the capital to Dhaka in the time of Mughal Subedar Islam Khan. Then Sonargaon takes us to the golden past.

After visiting the Sonargaon Museum this year, Panam City made the journey to Rickshaw.

Panamcity: In the 5th century, Isa Khan was the first of Bengal
The capital was set up at Sonagaon. In the past Meghna and the Shitalakshya river on the west came from Bilet to Bilati thanaka, from the country, Muslin. Sailing boats are crowded daily at Shitallakshya and Meghna Ghat. It was around this time that I became a city of new colonial architecture under the European influence due to the commercial activities and perpetual settlement of the East India Company.


The historic Gooldi Mosque adjacent to Panam City. Goaldi Mosque is a domed mosque. Sonargaon is an ancient mosque in Bangladesh. Mullah Hijabar Khan built it during the reign of Sultan Alauddin Hussein Shah.


After seeing all of them at 5 am, I went to the CNG from the small road at the exit of the Mograpara bus stand and went to the port ghat. From there, Sonakanda fort to the rickshaw.
This is a Mughal fort. The fort is located on the eastern bank of the Shitalaksha river in the port area of ​​Narayanganj. During the Mughal period, some aqueducts were constructed to protect the waterways of Dhaka. Sonakanda Fort is one of them. It was built in the middle of the 5th century.


From the port ghats to the engine boat when the river crosses the river. From here, Munshiganj will launch its journey. It takes only 5 minutes to reach Munshiganj. Idrakpur fort at Munshiganj down rickshaw.


Indrakpur Fort is slightly smaller than Sonakanda Fort. This brick castle was built to protect the whole area, including Dhaka and Narayanganj, from the then Mug pirates and the Portuguese invasion. There is a tradition that this fort was connected with Dhaka's Lalbagh Fort on the tunnel route.



Finally, I ended my journey at Kachari Bazaar by eating two and sponge sweets from the famous Chittaranjan sweet shop.



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