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Description AboutTourism or Parjatan Place of Hobiganj

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.

Shankarpasha Shahi Mosque


Shankarpasha Shahi Mosque is more than 800 years old located in Uchail village of Rajiura union in Sadar upazila of the district. The outer walls around the mosque, which has a brick dome, are covered with terracotta ornaments. It is known that during the reign of Alauddin Hussain Shah (1493-1519 AD) many Majlis Amin built the mosque.



Baniachang upazila has a source of various folk tales, Kamala Ranis Sagardighi. The dighi is about two kilometers long and one kilometer wide, so the locals call it Sagardighi.



Sri Ramakrishnas Akhra is located in the village of Bithangal, about 11 km from the Baniachang Upazila Sadar. Among the spectacular objects of Bithangal arena are stone statues, bronze thrones and white stone stools weighing about twenty-five manas. Next to the arena is a monastery about eighty feet high.


Aliyachara Khasiapunji


There is a village of Khasias, an indigenous community in Aliyachhara of Bahubal upazila of the district. This khasiyapunjiti is arranged like the picture.



There are several tea gardens in Bahubal upazila. Notable among them are- Daragaon Finlay Tea Estate, Vrindavan Tea Garden, Faizabad Tea Garden, Amtali Tea Garden, Rashidpur Tea Garden etc.



East-west facing tomb of Syed Nasir Uddin, one of the 360 ​​companions of Hazrat Shahjalal (ra) located at Murarband village of Chunarughat upazila.


Protected Forest of satchori  

Satchhari National Park in Chunarughat upazila of the district. The area of ​​this forest is about 243 hectares, which is protected in the Raghunandan Hill Forest. Looking at the early history of the park, it can be seen that the forest of Raghunandan hill was once depleted while cultivating zoom. Later, around 1900, a large number of trees were planted in the hilly region for timber production. Then in 1914 the place was registered as a protected forest land. Long after this, the national park was established in 2005 with certain places in the area. Satchhari means seven rhymes, i.e. mountain springs.

Some of these rhymes can still be seen. There is no shortage of biodiversity in this national park. Of the 196 species living in the park, 149 are birds. Even if Satchhari is called a bird kingdom, it will not be called much. Besides, 24 species of mammals, 18 species of reptiles and 6 species of amphibians have been found in Satchhari National Park. Rare creatures like Hanuman with face, Hanuman with spectacles, Ape, Decorated monkey, Kullu monkey can be seen in this park. Apart from this, there are Maya deer, Khidir pig, wild boar, beji, gandhagokul, wild cat, fish tiger, cuttle frog, gecho frog, chameleon, various kinds of snakes, guisap etc. in this forest. Notable birds of the forest are finch, woodpecker, mathura, forest rooster, cormorant, red trogan, owl, needle thief. There are three trail trails in Satchhari National Park for tourists. One is a half hour, the other is an hour and another is a three hour walk.

The half-hour walk begins with a sign reading Wilderness Area on the side of the main road near the entrance to the Satchhari Range office. The path starts on the south side of the road, turns in a circle and ends at the same place again. The rest of the road is covered with grass except for crossing a dead dry river on this road which is about one kilometer long. This is the only Tripura Left Tipara tribal area inside Satchhari Udyan.

At the beginning of the one-hour walk, take the half-hour walk. At the beginning of this path, you have to take the second turn without going to the first bend on the right side towards Tipara Para. A little early in the morning and if you maintain silence, you can see endangered animals like apes.

The length of the three-hour walk is about six kilometers. It also started from the side of the other two paths. However, it ended on the main road near the Chaklapunji tea garden on the east side. Most of this path is dry. Various birds including apes, spectacle Hanuman, face Hanuman can be seen on this way. There are 24 families of the indigenous Tripura community living in the Tipra Para within the Satchhari National Park. As soon as you see the forest, you can see the lifestyle of these indigenous people. Admission to Satchhari National Park is 20 rupees per adult, 10 rupees per minor and student, and 5 US dollars for foreigners. If you want to use the parks picnic center, you have to pay 10 rupees per person.


Tea Garden at Chunarughat  

There are also several beautiful tea gardens around Satchhari. Notable gardens here are Satchhari, Lalchand, Deundi, Laskarpur, Chandichhara, Chaklapunji, Chandpur, Nalua, Sribari, Daragaon, Rema, Parkul, tea gardens etc. The beauty of these tea gardens is indescribable.


Kalenga Protected Forest


Kalenga is a forest reserve located on the border of Chunarughat upazila. The main trees of this forest are Chapalish, Jam, Haritaki etc. There is a tall observation tower inside the forest. Mukhpora Hanuman, Chashma Hanuman is one of the attractions of this forest. There is a forest department bungalow here.


Fruits Valley  

Fruits Valley is spread over more than 2 hectares near Habiganj gas field under Raghunandan hill in Madhabpur upazila. There are about 130 kinds of fruit trees in this garden. There are also a variety of rare trees here. The planned garden is quite tidy.


Home of Ramnath Biswas

Rampara Biswas, the first land tourist of Bengal, has his home in Chanpara village of Baniachang upazila. This great man was born here in 1894. He made his name in history by traveling about eighty-seven thousand miles on foot, by bicycle and by train. He also wrote 32 books on travel.

Home of Ramnath Biswas

Rampara Biswas, the first land tourist of Bengal, has his home in Chanpara village of Baniachang upazila. This great man was born here in 1894. He made his name in history by traveling about eighty-seven thousand miles on foot, by bicycle and by train. He also wrote 32 books on travel.

Tomb of Sheikh Vanu Shah

The tomb of the pious man Vanu Shah is in the village of Bhadikara, one kilometer away from the Lakhai upazila headquarters of the district. Vanu Shah was one of the four philosophers mentioned among the mystic poets of Bangladesh at the literary conference held in Calcutta in 1933 on the initiative of the Bengal Muslim Literary Society. Vanu Shah is the lyricist of Sachin Dev Varmans famous song Nishithe Yao Phulbane

Amrit Ashram


Amrit Ashram is located in Bamai village, two kilometers away from Lakhai Upazila Sadar. The Sri Sri Thakur Sayananda Dev Ashram was established on 20 February 1918.


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