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From this page, tourists can be informed about the travel information of Comilla 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.

War symmetry


Your visit to Comilla may commence at the site of World War II. You will find the historical site only one kilometer ahead of Comilla Cantonment on Sylhet road. During World War II, Comilla was headquartered in Southeast Asia and the Pacific. Here is the grave of three soldiers martyred in World War II on that area. Of them, 1 British soldier, 1 Indian, 3 West African, 3 East African, 25 Japanese, 32 Canadian and Australian, 1 New Zealander, 1 Polish, Belgian, Burmese and Rhodesian soldier and 1 civilian. The cemetery of the man is buried.

The Commonwealth War Graves Commission is maintained by Comilla War Cemetery. Comilla Wars are open from 9am to 5pm all day of the year except Eid.

Shalvan Bihar

Seeing war symmetry, lets go to see Shalvan Bihar. Shalban Bihar is located in the middle of Lalamai Hills, Bangladesh Rural Development Academy. Archaeological excavations have resulted in the discovery of a Buddhist monastery. The size of the monastery is 5 square meters. It has a total of 4 rooms. The main entrance to Bihar is just one. And its location in the middle of the north. The walls around the Bihar are thick and built of brick. The monastery is believed to have been built by the fourth king of the Dynasty, Bhavdar, at the end of the 8th century or the beginning of the 8th century. Its main name is Bhavdev Maha Vihar.

The place was formerly known as the house of Shalban Raja, after which it was named after Shalvan Bihar. The winter (October to March) schedule of the Shalvan Bihar is from 9am to 5pm. Break from 3pm to 4pm. Friday from 9am to 5pm. 12pm to 3pm break. The Summer (April to September) schedule is - 9am to 5pm. Break from 3pm to 4pm. Friday from 9am to 4pm. 12:30 pm to 2:30 pm break.


Seeing the Shalban Bihar, lets go to the nearby Mainamati Museum. Various patterns can be seen here as a result of archaeological excavations at LalmaiMainamati area at different times. The schedule of the museum is similar to that of Shalvan Bihar. However, it is closed on other public holidays, including weekly Sundays.

Bangladesh Rural Development Academy (BARD)


One of the most beautiful places in Kotabari is Bangladesh Rural Development Academy or Bird. Established by Akhtar Hamid Khan, the Bird Camp, established on 9th, is an ideal place to visit. The area is very well decorated with about 5 acres. You can also spend some time here with the permission of the authorities.

Itachhola twist

It is a significant archaeological site, Itakhola Mura, to the west of Kotbari, a little to the west of the road. This is the name given by the locals for its long use as a brick kiln. Several Buddhist monuments have been discovered here since several archaeological excavations. At the time of excavation, three gold bullets, a copper plate, etc. were found from this place. These structures are believed to have been built in the 7th or 5th century. This place can be accessed at any time of day as it is unsafe and open.

Rupvan Mura

It is located on the opposite side of the road, a little west of the Itkhola twist. Archaeological excavations here reveal a monument of a monastery, a temple, a small stupa and a high stage. Like other monasteries in the Mainamati area, the temple is located inside and outside the Bihar. Excavating the site, a secret gold coin, four silver coins of Christian 8th century, three silver coins, a large Buddhist statue of sandstone made in the later Gupta style, and lots of terracotta plaques, were discovered. Judging from these archeological sites it is believed that the Rupavan Mura was built before the 7th century. This place can also be accessed at any time of day.

Kutila Mura

Shalban is located about five kilometers north of Bihar. There are three main stupas and several worship rooms around them. And these are surrounded by huge walls. Archaeological excavations suggest that its construction began in the 7th century. And from an recovered Abbasid coin it is thought that these lasted until the thirteenth century.

ShahuShuja Mosque

A mosque built during the Mughal period in Gujganj area of ​​Comilla city. It is known that the mosque was erected to commemorate the triumph of Tripura. The mosque has four minarets in each corner and three domes on the top.



Dharmasagar is an ancient dighi located in Comilla city. It is reported that the Maharaja of Tripura had dug a huge ditch.


The reputation of Khadi or Khaddar of Comilla is at home and abroad. The weaving of khadi cloth started in this area from 1220 onwards. Apart from the various shops in the city, Comilla-Chittagong Highway will be available in various shops.

Rasmalai of Comilla


Rasamalai was sold in various places in the country under the name of the mother house But to taste the real homeland, you have to come to Comilla. Located in Manoharpur area of ​​the famous Matbhandar city.In addition there will also be found in cool storage and para reservoirs of Comillas famous Rasmalai.

Nawab Faizunnesas Lxam

Khan Bahadur, the birthplace of Nawab Faizunnesa, can be seen in Laksam, about 25 km from Comilla. This woman was born in the same year. His tomb is also located here.

Gomati River

Gomti is said to be the companion of Comillas happiness and sorrow. It originates from Dumur in the Indian state of Tripura and flows through Mainam ati, Buriching, Companyganj, Muradnagar and Daudkandi in Comilla. The length of the river is about 5 km. How to go

Seventeen temples

A huge temple in Jagannathpur is about 7 km away from Comilla city. It is known that in the early eighteenth century Maharaja Ratanamikya of Tripura laid the foundation stone of this temple about 5 feet high. Later, it was completed by Maharaja Krishnamayakya.


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