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Description AboutTourism or Parjatan Place of Sirajganj

From this page, tourists will be able to know about the travel information of Sirajganj 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.

Bangabandhu Jamuna Multipurpose Bridge


The longest bridge in Bangladesh and South Asia and the 11th longest in the world. The bridge, which connects the country directly with North Bengal, was inaugurated in 1997. It is 4.8 km long and 18.5 m wide. The distance of the bridge from Dhaka to Tangail-Sirajganj road is 119 km. As there are two railway stations on both sides of the bridge, it is easy to enjoy the beauty of Jamuna by taking a local train. You can also enjoy the beauty of this bridge Jamuna by car. Walking on Bangabandhu Bridge is not allowed. A certain amount of toll has to be paid for the vehicle.


To protect the city of Sirajganj from the erosion of the Jamuna, a three kilometer long city defense dam was built here in 1997. The place has now developed into one of the tourist centers of the city. The beauty of this place increases a lot in the rainy season. The beauty of the Jamuna can be enjoyed sitting here.


Ancient temple located at Navaratnapara village in Hatikumrul area of ​​Ullapara upazila of the district. There are a few more small ancient temples in this area along the Sirajganj-Bogra highway. The temples are said to have been built by his Naib Dewan Ramnath Bhaduri during the reign of Nawab Murshid Quli Khan between 1604-1820. The main Navaratna temple has three floors. The main attraction of this brick-surki temple is the terracotta carvings on the walls.

Rabindra Kacharibari


In Shahjadpur of the district there is a Kacharibari associated with the memory of the poet Rabindranath Tagore. Here was the ancestral zamindari of Rabindranath Tagore. The poets grandfather Prince Dwarkanath Tagore bought a factory of indigo planters at auction. At the age of twenty-nine, Rabindranath Tagore first came to Shahjadpur in 1890 to look after the zamindari. From then until 1897, the work of zamindari came and went and stayed here. During his stay here he wrote several important literary works. As a result of the division of the zamindari of the Tagore family, the zamindari of Shahjadpur passed to the partners for Rabindranath. So in 1897 he left Shahjadpur. There is still an old two-story building for zamindari rent collection, which is currently being used as a museum. Every year on the 25th of Baishakh, the birthday of the poet, three days of various ceremonies are organized nationally. The distance from the district town to Rabindra Kacharibari is about 50 kilometers. Get off the bus at Shahjadpur station, one kilometer away from Kacharibari.

Shahjadpur Mosque


This mosque is located on the banks of Hurasagar river at Dargapara at the end of Shahjadpur upazila of the district. It is known that the mosque was built in the fifteenth century by Makhdoom Shah, a Sufi saint and ruler of the region. This square mosque has fifteen domes. It has five domes in three rows. The most spectacular feature of this mosque is the two-storied pulpit with seven steps of dome.



Raiganj and Tarash upazilas of the district cover a large part of the countrys largest bill, Chalanbil. If you come to visit in the rainy season, you can visit these places in Chalon-sur-Sane.


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