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Ancient lake near Zero Point in the city. It is rumored that the dighi was dug about five hundred years ago to alleviate the blindness of an influential princess of the state of Tripura. In the local language, the girl is called ji. That is why it is called Rajajhi Dighi. When the Feni subdivision was established in 1855, its headquarters was built on the banks of this lake. The lake is still standing in an area of about 10 and a half acres.
Another ancient dighi is located in front of Feni Circuit House at Vijay Singh village, about two kilometers west of Feni town. Vijay Sen, the founder of the Sen dynasty of Bengal, is said to have excavated the edighi.
This ancient mosque is located near Chand Gazi Bazar near Chagalnaiya Upazila Sadar of the district. The walls of this three-domed mosque made of brick Shurki are quite wide. It is known from a black stone nameplate in front of the mosque that a man named Chand Ghazi built the mosque in 1112 AH.
Located in Sonagazi upazila of Feni district, it is the second largest irrigation project in the country. This water control structure is constructed by eavesdropping on the confluence of Feni River, Muhuri River and Kalidas Pahalia River. In 1975. This place is one of the tourist centers of the district. Guest birds congregate in the winter on an artificial lake surrounded by a dam around the Muhuri Regulator. Several picnic and entertainment centers have sprung up around the Muhuri project.
In the village of Banshpara in Chagalnaiya upazila of the district, seven monastery-shaped structures in one place are known as Sat Mandir or Satbari. These are actually tombs or monasteries of Hindu zamindars. Here, of course, it is known as Ekmandir. From Feni Sadar, you have to come to Chagalnaiya Bazar by bus or baby taxi and from there you have to come to Saat Mandir by rickshaw.
Tomb of Pagla Mia
The tomb of Rabesh Pagla Mia, a spiritual man of the region, is located on Takiya Road in Feni Sadar. He was born in 1823 in the village of Chanua in Fazilpur district. He died in 18 and was buried here.