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Description AboutTourism or Parjatan Place of Panchagarh
From this page, tourists can be informed about the travel information of Panchagarh district. Which will come in handy in their travels. Not only this, with the name of each travel destination now there is a hyperlink of an informative video through which watching the video will give a clear idea about the place and they will become interested in traveling.
Panchagarh is a small and beautiful town on the banks of Karatoya river. The Rocks Museum has been set up on the campus of the citys womens college. The principal of the college Nazmul Haque established this museum in 1997. Here you will find all the rare stones in the two galleries named open and interior. In addition, you can visit the small town with a little time.
An ancient mosque with three domes located in Mirzapur union of Atwari upazila of the district. The walls of the mosque, about forty feet long and twenty-five feet wide, are filled with terracotta plaques of flowers and leaves. An inscription in Persian on the surface of the main entrance of the mosque states that the mosque was built in 189 by a man named Dost Mohammad.
You can go directly from Panchagarh city to Tentulia, the southernmost district of Bangladesh. The Tentulia District Council bungalow is located on the banks of the river Mahananda. There is a beautiful picnic spot next to the bungalow. India is on the other side of the river. You can spend some time in this fascinating place. The sky is good morning and afternoon. From here one can see the magnificent view of Kanchenjunga in the Himalayas. Many scenes of rural Bengal can be seen here. Planting crops or harvesting crops by farmers in cows or buffaloes is a common sight. Banglabandha is located about 18 km from Tentulia. You can also visit this place on the border.
There are several tea gardens in Tentulia. On the way back to Panchagarh from Tentulia, there are tea gardens on both sides of the road. The gardens on the right are mainly Indian. So there is no chance to enter them. However, on the way back, on the left hand side, along Shalbahan Road, Mainagundi Tea Estate is about two kilometers away. As beautiful as this small tea garden is, it is even more beautiful than the Dahuk River that flows by its side. Once a fast flowing river, it is now almost dead. But its cool water will draw anyones mind.
TTCL tea garden is on the side of the road quite a bit from here. If you go a little further along the methopath here, you will find this state. Several open deserts. These places are buzzing with the chirping of thousands of birds. Kazi & Kazi Tea Estate of Tentulia is also here. You can visit the tea gardens in this flat land all day long. On the way back to the tea garden you can see the orange garden. Orange is now being cultivated in different places of Panchagarh. Get to know the locals and visit any garden. When you go to the orange season, you can find ripe oranges in different gardens of Panchagarh.
Banglabandha is in the lap of the Himalayas, the northernmost district of the country. About 12 km from Tentulia Zero Point. A land port was built in 1997 at this remote place. From this place one can better enjoy the beauty of Kanchenjunga in the Himalayas in winter.