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Tourism or Parjatan Information of Pabna District
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Description About Tourism or Parjatan Place of Pabna 

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

 
Jora Bangla Mandir
An ancient brick temple at Kalachand Para, northeast of Pabna. The paved roof above it is like a dochala house. The temple is like two adjoining dochala houses. There are three entrances in front of the temple. Beautiful carvings outside the front of the temple. It is known that the temple was built on a very high VT. The earthquake of 1897 gave him a lot. At present its foundation is two feet above the ground. The temple was built in the eighteenth century by Brajmohan Crore, the tehsildar of the Nawab of Murshidabad.
 
 
Pabna Court Building
Ancient court building located in Kacharipara of the city. Built in 1822, the building has a beautiful architectural style.
 
Pabna Edward College
Pabna Institute is the oldest college in the district established in 189. It was named Edward College in 1911 in memory of the then Emperor of India, Edward VII. The college was established on the initiative of Zamindar Banamali Raybahadur, Professor Hemchandra Roy, Gopalchandra Lahiri, Radhika Nath Bose and others.
 
Anukul Thakurs Ashram
Shri Anukul Tagores Ashram is located at Hemayetpur, about five kilometers away from Pabna Upazila Sadar. A local Hindu named Shri Anukul Chandra established a temple and an ashram here in memory of his father Shivchandra Chakraborty and his mother Mahmohani Devi.
 
Pabna Mental Hospital
Hemayetpur, about eight kilometers from the district headquarters, is the only psychiatric hospital in the country. The hospital was established in 1956 by the then Civil Surgeon of Pabna in an old zamindar house in the city. Later in 1959 it was shifted to Hemayetpur.
 
Pakshi
The western head office of Bangladesh Railway is at Pakshi in Ishwardi upazila, about 30 km from the district headquarters. Many more can be seen here, including the ancient locomotives. Besides, there is a broad gauge railway station in Pakshi.
 
Hardinge Bridge
Bangladeshs largest railway bridge over the Padma River in Pakshi. Its construction started in 1910 and was completed in 1912. In January 1915, the first experimental train ran on the bridge. Later, on March 4, 1915, Lord Hardinge inaugurated the bridge. The construction of this 1.8 km long steel bridge cost 3 crore 51 lakh 32 thousand 185 taka at that time. During the war of independence, the twelfth span of the Pak army was hit by a mortar and fell into the river.
 
Lalon Shah Bridge
The Lalon Shah Bridge is located on the Padma River at a distance of about 300 meters along the Hardinge Bridge. The bridge, which is about 1.6 km long and 16.1 m wide, was inaugurated in 2004. It was named after Baul emperor Fakir Lalon Shah. In India, dhu dhu shelves are used instead of water under the bridge in winter as dams are built on the river and the river fills up. Pramatta Padma again in the rainy season. As a result, different tastes will match in this place at both times.
 
Chatmohar Shahi Mosque
The ancient mosque is located in the village of Chatmohar, about three kilometers from the headquarters of Chatmohar upazila in Pabna district. The mosque is located two kilometers northeast of Chatmohar railway station. According to the inscription of the mosque preserved in the Rajshahi Barind Research Museum, Khan Mohammad, son of Tui Mohammad Khan Kashkal, built the mosque in 1581-62 during the reign of Sultan Abul Fateh Mohammad Mamus Khan.
 
Handial Jagannath Temple
The Jagannath Temple is located at Handiyal, about nineteen kilometers from Chatmohar Sadar. There is an entrance to this brick temple. The entrance is quite ornate around. The temple starts in a square and rises upwards. According to the temple inscriptions, the temple was renovated in 1590 by a Bhabani Prasad. The temple is believed to have been built about a hundred years ago in the fifteenth century.
 

Challanbill
The largest bill in the country is Chalon Beel, located about five kilometers away from Chatmohar Upazila Sadar. The two main parts of Chalanbil are Kurlia and Dikshi Beel Chatmohar with an area of ​​18 and 15 sq km respectively. Although the water of these beels dries up in winter, it remains full in the rainy season. Everyone will like to walk on the bill at this time. Chatmohar can be reached by bus from the district headquarters and from there by rickshaw to Chalanbil.

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