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Tourism or Parjatan Information of Netrakona, Bangladesh
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From this page, tourists will be able to know about the travel information of Netrokona district. Which will come in handy in their travels. Not only this, with the name of each travel destination there is an hyperlink of an informative video which will give a clear idea about the place by watching the video and will make them interested in traveling.

Birishiri Indigenous Cultural Academy
This indigenous cultural academy is located in Birishiri union of Durgapur police station of the district. Apart from training, various cultural programs of local tribal groups are regularly held here. Various living patterns of the indigenous ethnic groups are preserved here. It is said that the name of the area was once Birshree due to the heroism of the struggling people of the area which has been transformed into Birishiri over time.

 

Rivers and Monuments
This memorial was built in memory of the martyrs of the Tank movement led by Comrade Mani Singh in 1948-50. The Transparent Somashwari River is just a short walk from the Adivasi Cultural Academy. After crossing the river, you can see this memorial in some distance. Although the shores of Someshwari overflow in the monsoon season, the river can be crossed on foot in the winter season. Then you can see the horizon wide char. In the back is a row of hills touching the clouds of Meghalaya. You can go to Netrokona just to see this wonderful river. At one time huge shoal fish could be found in this river.

Every year on 31st December, the day of death of comrade Mani Singh, a three-day folk fair called Mani Mela is held here. Although he was the son of a zamindar dynasty, this leader of the masses devoted his life to the development of the fortunes of the oppressed peasants and workers.

 

Susang Durgapur Rajbari
Susang Durgapur Rajbari is located in Durgapur upazila. The place is not too far from Birishiri. The house was built by the descendants of Someshwar Pathak, the one-time ruler of Susang Durgapur. Bengal The zamindar house was completely destroyed in the terrible earthquake of 1304. Their descendants rebuilt it. This zamindar house is divided into four parts. Big house, Mej house, Abu house and Dui Ani house. It is known that a few hundred years ago, a Brahmin named Someshwar Pathak from Kamrup-Kamakhya in Assam visited this region. Fascinated by the beauty of the area, Someshwar Pathak plans to stay here. At one stage he defeated and killed Garo king Vaishya and captured the kingdom. At that time most of the people in the Susang kingdom were indigenous, most of whom were Garo. Until the abolition of zamindar system, the descendants of Someshwar Pathak held zamindari in this area for about three hundred years.

 

Rasmani Memorialn
The monument of Hajong Mata Rasmoni at Baheratali on the way from Ranikhong to Vijaypur Chinamati hill. Hajong Mata Rasmoni, the leader of the first anti-British struggle, was the first martyr of the Tank Rebellion on January 31, 1947. The Rasmoni Memorial Trust has built the memorial here to commemorate his memory.

 

Vijaypur Hills
There is a porcelain hill at Vijaypur, about one and a half kilometers away from Rasmoni Memorial. Pink, purple, indigo and other colors of different colors are mixed in the soil of this rock. From here Chinese clay for ceramic factories is collected. As a result of digging the soil, a small but very deep reservoir like a pond has been created on the side of the hill.

 

Netrokona Haor
There are about 57 haors and beels in Mohanganj, Madan, Khaliajuri and Kalmakanda of the district. Haore is cultivated in the dry season but is full of water in the rainy season. At that time boats were the only means of transportation in these areas. From Mohanganj city, you can take a rickshaw to Bablikona and enter Dingipota Haore. From here you can go to different villages of Haor by engine boat. In the rainy season, the villages of Haor look like small islands. From Netrokona, you can reach the small Gaglajor market in the middle of the haor in three hours by engine boat. Various fish posaras of haor can be found in this market all day long. Jalalpur, a small village near Gaglajor Bazar, is home to Ukil Munshi, a spiritual figure of the region. Regardless of whether you know how to swim in stormy seasons or heavy rains, you may want to consider wearing a life jacket. Especially in the case of long-term rotation. Although the rate of accidents on our countrys waterways is quite high, such safety is not given importance, which is a matter of concern.

 

Netrokona Pillow Sweet
One of the most famous confectionery pillows in the region is sweets. This delicious sweet can be found in the old Gayanath shop in Netrokona town. The taste of this sweet is incomparable as it looks like a spoon. Sizes range from 200 grams to one kg each. Adding a different dimension to the flavor of the top pure milk latex coating.

 

Boailbari Fort
The ancient fort is located at Boailbari village on the banks of Betai river, about seven kilometers from Kendua upazila headquarters. According to historians, Sultan Alauddin Hussain Shah declared war on Nilambar of Kamrup in 1498 and captured Kamrup. A few days later his son Nasrat Shah ruled Kamrup. But he was soon driven out by the enemy and fled from Kamrup and took refuge in Boailbari. It is believed that this fort was built by Nasrat Shah. Later, Isha Khan, one of the Barobhuiyans of Bengal, established his dominance over the region and took control of the Jangalbari fort at Kishoreganj and the Boailbari fort at Netrokona. He also built a paved road from Jangalbari to Boailbari. The road no longer exists. This history was buried for a long time. Excavations from 1991 to 93 uncovered various ancient relics of Boailbari. Excavations have uncovered fortified walls, the foundations of several buildings, two ponds with paved ghats, mosques, cemeteries, terracotta patterns, spears and porcelain. Boailbari fort, on an area of ​​about 48 acres, has theSaint Josephs Dharmapalli From Birishiri, one has to cross the Someshwari river and take a rickshaw to Ranikhang village. Here is Saint Josephs Dharmapalli. The Catholic Church was established in 1912 in the secluded village of Ranikhong. That means its going to be a hundred years soon. Dont forget to travel here as it is a religious place. There are no restrictions, but do not behave in a way that violates its privacy and sanctity. If you want to take pictures, take the permission of the people concerned. They have to agree with a smile. status of a preserved antiquity. It is easy to reach Boailbari fort by bus from Netrokona Sadar.

 

Saint Josephs Dharmapalli
From Birishiri, one has to cross the Someshwari river and take a rickshaw to Ranikhang village. Here is Saint Josephs Dharmapalli. The Catholic Church was established in 1912 in the secluded village of Ranikhong. That means its going to be a hundred years soon. Dot forget to travel here as it is a religious place. There are no restrictions, but do not behave in a way that violates its privacy and sanctity. If you want to take pictures, take the permission of the people concerned. They have to agree with a smile.

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