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Tourism or Parjatan Information of Magura, Bangladesh
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Description About Tourism or Parjatan Place of Magura  | মাগুরার পর্যটন বা ভ্রমণ স্থান সম্পর্কে বর্ণনা

এ পৃষ্ঠা থেকে ট্যুারিষ্ট বা পর্যটক মাগুরা জেলার ভ্রমন তথ্য সম্পর্কে অবগত হতে পারবে। যা তাদের ভ্রমনের ক্ষেত্রে কাজে আসবে। শুধু তাই নয় এখনকার প্রতিটি ভ্রমন স্থানের নামের সাথে একটি তথ্যবহুল ভিডিও-এর হাইপারলিংক করা আছে যার মাধ্যমে ভিডিও দেখে স্থান সম্পর্কে সুস্পষ্ট ধারণা পাবে ও ভ্রমণ সম্পর্কে তারা আগ্রহী হয়ে উঠবে।

Mathbarshi Siddheswari Math 
Siddheswari Math, a monument of the Sultanate period, is situated on the banks of the river Nabaganga in the village of Atharokhoda, about three kilometers from the town of Magura. This place is also known as Kalitala crematorium. It is easily accessible from the city by tempo and rickshaw.

 

Home of Poet Farrukh Ahmed
Poet Farrukh Ahmed was born on 10 June 1918 at Syed Bari on the banks of Gorai river in Majhail village of Sreepur upazila, about 13 km from the district town. Here you can see the home of the poet.

 

Sreepur Zamindarbari
An ancient zamindarbari located near the Sadar of Sreepur Upazila, 15 km north of Magura Sadar. Currently, the gate and other structures of the house are on the verge of destruction due to lack of maintenance. It is known that the zamindar of this region Sardaranjan Pal Chowdhury was the founder of this house. From Magura town, first take a bus to Sreepur Upazila Sadar, then from there go one kilometer on Sachilapur Road.

 

The Rajbari of King Sitaram
The ruins of Raja Sitarams house are located near Mohammadpur Upazila Sadar, about 26 km from the district headquarters. King Sitaram was a pioneer of peace in the region. He made every effort to save the people from the intrusion of the Mugs and Firingis. Talking about going on a pilgrimage to northern India, he met Emperor Aurangzeb and informed him about the anarchy in the region. Aurangzeb assured Sitaram of his cooperation in maintaining law and order and conferred on him the title of King. On his return from Delhi, he built forts on the coast and deployed troops with the permission of Murshid Quli Khan. In 1798-96, King Sitaram established the capital of his kingdom at Mohammadpur. Here he dug Mohammadpur fort, several palaces, temples and a few dighis. The ruins of these installations still remain in Sitarams capital. You can go to this palace by rickshaw from the district headquarters.

 

The Big Horse Race
The hundred-year-old horse racing competition is still held in Bararia village of Mohammadpur upazila on September 26 every year. It is known that this competition has been organized since 1910. On this occasion, a three-day folk fair was held in Barabaria.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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