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Description AboutTourism or Parjatan Place of Kishoreganj

From this page, tourists can be informed about the travel information of Kishoreganj district. Which will come in handy in their travels. Not only this, with the name of each travel destination there is an hyperlink of an informative video which will give a clear idea about the place by watching the video and will make them interested in traveling.

Nikli-Mithamain Haor

The Haor area of ​​Mithamain is the birthplace of the present President of the Government of the Peoples Republic of Bangladesh, Abdul Hamid Advocate. Under his leadership, extensive development work is going on in this haor area. Part of the continuity of development is the communication road of this haor area with the capital Dhaka and other places. The scenery of this road and its surroundings is becoming attractive to the people who are thirsty to travel all over Bangladesh including the people of this haor area.

Jangalbari Fort

 

Isha Khans Jangalbari fort is located in Jangalbari village of Karimganj upazila, seven kilometers away from Kishoreganj city. It is rumored that Isha Khan captured the fort from Lakshman Singh Hazra after he was defeated by Mansingh at the battle of Egarasindu.

Lakshman Singh is also not the builder of the fort Various patterns found inside and outside the fort suggest that the fort was built during the pre-Muslim period However, several installations inside the fort were built by Isha Khan At present Isha Khans residence is among the ruins of Jangalbari Its court room survives, but the roof collapses

The ten-twelve rooms of the inn adjoining the Durbar are still largely intact The descendants of Isha Khan still live in a part of Andarmahal Jangalbari fort looks like an island Because it is surrounded by water From Kishoreganj city you can go to Jangalbari village by rickshaw You have to go to the fort by boat

Fort of Egarasindur

 

Another fort of Isha Khan is located at Egarasindur village, about eight kilometers from Pakundia upazila. It is said that a coach named Bebudh built the main tribal fort Isha Khan captured the fort from him Isha Khan reformed it and made it his strong base The fort was almost destroyed in a devastating earthquake in 1897 Jalsindri and Ananya Paribahan buses go from Dhakas Mohakhali to Pakundia From there you can go to Egarasindur by rickshaw

 

Haor is the lowering of the huge basin shape on the surface The haor is filled with water due to excess water of the river and rains In the dry season, cultivation is done in the chest of the haor The permanent low wetland in the haor is called bill The word haor comes from Sanskrit sagar The people of Sylhet and North-East Mymensingh call S as H and also pronounce the sound C as H.

This is how the sea became Haor Haor looks beautiful in the rainy season The primordial water then feels like the sea Notable haors of this district are Humaipur Haor in Bajitpur, Somai Haor in Ashtagram, Bari Haor in Mithamain, Nikli, Tallar Haor in Bajitpur and Mithamain and Surma Baula Haor in Nikli. These haors can be reached by engine driven boat from Chamraghata in Kishoreganj city Haors are rich in rich biodiversity including fish A large number of migratory birds come here during the winter The folk culture of the Haor region is also rich

Sholakia Eidgah Ground

Sholakia is the largest Eidgah in the country, located on the banks of the Narsunda River in the eastern part of Kishoreganj district town. Dewan Haybat Khan, a descendant of Isha Khan, established the Eidgah. It is known that the first Eid Jamaat was held here in 1850. Since then, regular Eid congregations have been held at the ground. It is rumored that at one time a quarter of a million people used to attend the congregations,

So the name of the Eidgah became Swalakhia and from there it gradually became Sholakia. The Eidgah is now well-known across the country due to the widespread media coverage over time. Many people from other parts of the country also come here to perform Eid prayers Now the number of worshipers is up to three lakhs On the occasion of Eid, a day-long fair is also held in Sholakia

Saadi Mosque

 

This one-domed Mughal mosque is located near the fort of Egarasindu The length of the square mosque is 25 feet The main entrance and the central mihrab are relatively large and decorated with terracotta plaques. There is only one dome over the whole of the main prayer room At the top of the dome there are jugs and lotuses According to a Persian inscription attached to the central mihrab, the mosque was built in 1652 by Saadi, the son of a man named Sheikh Shiru, during the reign of the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan.

Shah Mahmud Mosque

 

Just half a kilometer from the Saadi Mosque is the Shah Mahmud Mosque, another Mughal-era structure in Egarasindur. All the mihrabs (places of worship of the Imam) of this mosque are decorated with terracotta ornaments. The only dome of the mosque is quite large Judging by the style of construction, historians believe that the mosque was built in the 16th century

Guri Masjid

This ancient mosque is about 6 km south of Nikli Thana town of the district The brick mosque is square in shape Its original form has been lost as a result of several reforms The mosque is believed to have been built around 160 AD

 
 

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