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I visited Taj Mahal, Pyramid, Panam Nagar and Artist Zainul Folk and Crafts Museum

I visited Taj Mahal, Pyramid, Panam Nagar and Artist Zainul Folk and Crafts Museum

January 2020 · 3 min read

At present there are many people who want to turn around but can't get out due to time. If they want to visit there are many places near Dhaka one day. Those who want to turn around one day hope that they can visit the places below.

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Taj Mahal of Bengal: The Taj Mahal of Agra is a symbol of the marvelous love of Emperor Shahjahan. It is created to hold memories of love for wife Mamtaz. Which is part of the world wonder. Those who have not seen the Taj Mahal in India or want to seek fame, can go to the Taj Mahal of Bengal. The Taj Mahal of Bengal is not too bad to see. Some consider it a copy of the Taj Mahal of Agra. You may find some Phil in the Taj Mahal of Agra. There is also a chair system. They also have sound system for listening to music throughout the Taj Mahal.

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Pyramid: The pyramid built in front of the Egyptian pyramid is adjacent to the Taj Mahal. Although not quite like the Pyramid of Egypt, there are many similarities to watching free cinema inside the pyramid.

Panam Nagar:
Subarnagram was one of the capital and rivers of East Bengal for thousands of years. Sonargaon today is considered as ancient Subarnagram. Sonargaon was one of the capital and administrative center of the independent Sultanate Bengal until the 5th of the year, after the Bengal rule came to Muslim rule.
At present, all the buildings in Panam City are in ruins. Some buildings are better now. Thousands of tourists from all over the country come to Panam city every day to see the beauty of Panam City.

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Artisanchal Zainul Folk and Crafts Museum: In an effort to develop the folk cultural genre of village Bangla, on August 4, industrialist Zainul Abedin founded an old house in the historic Panam town of Sonargaon. There are also historical monuments of village Bengal. Apart from the huge folk and crafts foundation museum, Goldi mosque, Gias Uddin Azam Shah's shrine and many other historical places. The big Sardar house, known as the Bhansa Kha Zamindar house.
The overall process of creating various craftsmanship and the latest sales has been infused with the most strikingly beautiful models. Outside these two buildings are the library, documentation center, seminar hall, canteen, karmancha, rural parks and various types of trees, beautiful lakes, boating reservoirs, beautiful fishing and pond boats
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