B L College

B L College B L College (Khulna) a leading educational institution at Daulatpur in Khulna district. Babu Brajalal Chatterjee, a patron of education, established it first as Hindu Academy in July 1902, replicating the hindu college that was established in Calcutta in 1816. Like the Hindu College, the Hindu Academy of Daulatpur had two branches, the chatushpathi and the college or academy. Expenses of the chatushpathi students including food, lodging and tuition, were borne by the institution.
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Khulna University of Engineering & Technology

Khulna University of Engineering & Technology Khulna University of Engineering & Technology or KUET, formerly known as BIT, Khulna, is one of the best Engineering Universities in Bangladesh. About two thousand students are enrolled in undergraduate and postgraduate engineering and science in this institution. The total number of teachers is over 130. The University has continued to expand with the construction of new academic buildings, auditorium complex, halls of residence, teachers dormitory, engineering section building etc.
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Khulna Divisional Stadium

Khulna Divisional Stadium Khulna Divisional Stadium is a multi-use stadium in Khulna, Bangladesh. It is currently used mostly for cricket matches. The stadium holds 15,000 people and opened in 2004.
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Khulna Newsprint Mills (KNM)

Khulna Newsprint Mills (KNM) Khulna Newsprint Mills (KNM) a prime newsprint paper producing industrial unit of Bangladesh in the public sector. The Pakistan Industrial Development Corporation established it in 1959 on the bank of the river bhairab at Khalishpur in khulna district. KNM was set up at a cost of Rs 120 million to produce newsprint by using Gewa (exocecaris agallocha) wood of the sundarbans as raw materials. It is the first newsprint mill in Bangladesh and is the lone public sector enterprise of its kind.
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Khulna University

Khulna University Khulna University is situated at Gollamari, by the river Moyuree, beside the Khulna-Satkhira highway. It is one of the divisional public universities of Bangladesh. Khulna university has 16 disciplines under five school. The university came into being in 1987 in the name of University of Khulna; and the Khulna University Act was passed in the Bangladesh National Parliament in July 1990.
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Rupsha River

Rupsha River Rupsha River is a river in south-west Bangladesh. It is formed by the union of the Bhoirob and Atrai rivers. N
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Daulatpur Mohsin High School

Daulatpur Mohsin High School Daulatpur Mohsin High School first high school of khulna district. It is located at daulatpur, the oldest river port in southern Bengal. Greater part of the zamindari estates of haji muhammad mohsin was in this district. The management office of the Saidpur Trust Estate comprising Saidpur, Shovana and Charbhadra of the district was at Daulatpur.
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Bhadra River

Bhadra River Bhadra River a gentle river all along its course. It originates from kobadak [Kapotaksa in Bangla] in jhikargachha upazila of jessore district and flows through khulna district dividing the land between the pasur and shibsa rivers. Flowing through the sundarbans, the Bhadra joins the confluence of the Pasur and the Shibsa. Locally this part is known as Mara Bhadra (dead Bhadra).
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Masjidkur Mosque

Masjidkur Mosque Masjidkur Mosque is situated at Masjidkur, a small village on the eastern bank of the Kobadak under Koyra upazila of Khulna district. It is now a protected monument of the Directorate of Archaeology, Bangladesh.
The mosque is a brick-built multi-domed square structure, measuring 12.19m a side inside and 16.
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Maheshvarpasha Jodbangla Temple

Maheshvarpasha Jodbangla Temple Maheshvarpasha Jodbangla Temple late medieval temple architecture imbibed with local folk features. Situated at the village named Maheshvarpasha in Daulatpur upazila of Khulna district, this brick temple was built by Gopinath Goswami, a famous sadhu of local Mallick family, in 1749 AD (1671 Shakabda) in the reign of Nawab alivardi khan. An inscription on the eastern facade of the temple has in record the name of the builder and the date of construction. Small kiln-burnt bricks with lime and shurki (powdered bricks) mortars were used in the construction of the temple.
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