Mosque of Baba Adam

Mosque of Baba Adam Of a slightly later date, the elegant 6-domed mosque (43'x36') of Baba Adam in Rampal near Dhaka was erected by one Malik Kafur during the reign of the last llyas Shahi Sultan, Jalauddin Fateh Shah in 1483 A.D. It displays the same characteristic features of the period such as the faceted octagonal turrets at 4 corners, the curved cornice, the facade and 3 mihrabs relieved richly with beautiful terracotta floral and hanging patterns.
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Dalalpur Bridge

Dalalpur Bridge Dalalpur Bridge a Mughal structure, spans the Pankhiraj Khal (canal) on the northern side of Panamnagar in sonargaon and connects Adampur and Dalalpur. It has three arches. The middle arch was made wider and higher for the safe passage of boats. The pathway is made of bricks set in circular rows.
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Kanai Dhap

Kanai Dhap Kanai Dhap mound is located in village Bamanpara under Namuja union of bogra sadar upazila and on the western side of a large tank locally known as Bara Tara in the easternmost part of the village. The tank seems to be a part of a water body named Atonala that once joined with the Kalidaha Sagar. It is about 1.5 km to the west of mahasthan citadel.
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Kushiyara River

Kushiyara River The Kushiyara River is one of the many rivers in Bangladesh that crosses international boundaries. It originates in the northern hill country of Assam, India and runs along the border of the Indian states of Nagaland and Manipur before entering Bangladesh.
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Kasalong River

Kasalong River Kasalong River main tributary of the karnafuli river at the northeast of the chittagong hill tracts. The river receives the water of four hilly rivulets that flow north to south. The Kasalong meets with the Karnafuli 20 km north of Rangamati district.
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Carmichael College

Carmichael College Carmichael College is located just a few minutes' drive away from Rangpur city centre. It is one of the biggest institutes (according to area) in northern part of bangladesh. It is famous for its lush green campus.
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Siwalik River

Siwalik River Siwalik River also known as the Indo-Brahm River. The Himalayan Mountain system and its various sub-systems, viz Naga-Lusai of Assam and the hills of the Chittagong and chittagong hill tracts had emerged and the tethys sea completely disappeared from the subcontinent as a consequence of the violent orogenesis of the mid-Miocene time (approximately 10 million years before present). With the emergence of the Himalayas, a foredeep was also formed on its front. This foredeep was extended from Assam in the east up to Patwar of Pakistan in the west.
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Mirzapur Jami Mosque

Mirzapur Jami Mosque Mirzapur Jami Mosque is situated in Mirzapur village under Atoari thana in Panchagar district, at a distance of about 6km from Atoari on the Atoari - Panchagar road. A Persian inscription on the eastern wall of the mosque records its repair and renovation by one Shaikh Malikuddin in 1252 BS (1831 AD), but no one knows its date of construction. Recently the mosque has undergone thorough renovation by the Department of Archaeology, Bangladesh. There are two old graves to the south of the mosque and to its northeastern corner stands an old well.
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Dhaka International Buddhist Monastery

Dhaka International Buddhist Monastery Dhaka International Buddhist Monastery founded in 1981 by the theravada Buddhist community. It was initially set up in a rented house near the Malibag rail crossing in dhaka. Sundarananda Bhikkhu (Sukomal Barua) was its first principal. From the beginning it played an important role in propagating buddhism and preserving its culture and tradition in Bangladesh.
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Rukn Khan Mosque

Rukn Khan Mosque Rukn Khan Mosque is situated near the tomb of Shaikh Ata at Devikote (devkot) in West Dinajpur. Rukn Khan, the builder of the mosque, was a well-known general of Sultan Alauddin husain shah of Bengal, who is credited with having conquered Kamrup, Kamta, Jajnagar and Orissa.
This is a square mosque with a verandah in the front. The prayer hall, covered with a large hemispherical dome, has five entrances, three in the east and one on each of the north and south sides.
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