Uttara Gano Bhaban

Uttara Gano Bhaban Uttara Gano Bhaban is a mansion in Natore, Bangladesh. It is used as the Prime Minister's local residence and office in the northern region of Bangladesh.
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Ramshagor Dighi

Ramshagor Dighi Ramsagar man-made water tank located at the village of Tejpur about 8 km south of Dinajpur town. It is considered to be the biggest man-made tank of Bangladesh. It can be approached from the town by a metalled road, which was once known as the 'Murshidabad Sarak'.
The tank was named after Raja Ram Nath who excavated it on the eve of the battle of palashi.
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Karupannya

Karupannya Karupannya is another store on Station Road which sells Rangpur's famous Satranji handloom carpets, which have earned acclaim for their extraordinary aesthetic appeal. The carpets were made in the village of Nishbetganj and were greatly popular in the Mughal period. In fact, it is believed that emperor Akbar used these carpets to adorn his palace in Delhi.
Karupannya was founded by Shafiqul Alam Selim, who re-established the cottage industry of Satranji at Nishbetganj village.
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Mahasthangarh

Mahasthangarh Mohasthangarh is one of the main attractions in north Bengal. It was the capital of Kingdom of the Mourjo, the Gupta and the Sen Dynasty. - This is the ancient archeological and historical which was, established in 2500 BC. It is the oldest archaeological site of Bangladesh is on the western bank of river Karatoa 18 km.
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Jahaj Company Moore Shopping Complex

Jahaj Company Moore Shopping Complex For shopping, Rangpur has two large shopping complexes. One is the older "Super Market", a three-storied building with a variety of small shops selling everything from soap, shoes and clothes to motorcycles, TVs and fans. There is a more modern building called the Jahaj Company Moore Shopping Complex which has Rangpur's only escalator. At the top of this building is a department store, selling a wide assortment of children's toys, Indian kurtas, shalwar kameezes and saris, and other collectibles.
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Christian Mission Hospital

Christian Mission Hospital Christian Mission Hospital established initially by medical missionaries of the Presbyterian Church of England in 1887 as a 5-bed hospital in northern Bengal; it was later shifted to rajshahi town in 1890. In 1957, it was developed into a 100-bed hospital. In 1974 a 20-bedded children's ward was included, thus bringing the total number of beds to 120.
An eye clinic was opened in September 1991.
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Bhasu Vihara

Bhasu Vihara Bhasu Vihara Located at about 6 km west of mahasthangarh (Mahasthangad) on the northern part of village Bhasu Vihara, under Bihar union of Shibganj thana of Bogra district, about 500m west of the Nagar river. Three mounds have been excavated here revealing the basal parts of two monasteries and one shrine. Bhasu Vihara, locally known as Narapatir Dhap, is a complex of two rectangular monasteries and a semi-cruciform shrine of the Post-Gupta period. Monastery 1 Built of burnt bricks set in mud mortar, this was roughly rectangular in plan, measuring 148.
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Chalan Beel

Chalan Beel Chalan Beel one of the largest inland depressions of marshy character and also one of the richest wetland areas of Bangladesh. It is the largest beel of the country and comprises a series of depressions interconnected by various channels to form more or less one continuous sheet of water in the rainy season when it covers an area of about 368 sq km. The beel extends over four adjacent districts, Rajshahi, Pabna, Sirajganj and Natore. The major parts of it cover an extensive area of Raiganj upazila of Sirajganj district and Chatmohar upazila of Pabna district.
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Sompur Bihara

Sompur Bihara Sompur Bihara is one of the most important archeological structures in Bangladesh. Situated in the heartland of Varendra, in the present-day Naogaon District of Bangladesh, the extensive ruins of Paharpur, originally known as the Sompur Vihara, is a wonder of Buddhist architecture in the country. The great king Dharmapala of Bengal, in the 8th century, built the monastery as a famous Asian seat of learning and pilgrimage. The 21 acre (85,000 mē) complex has 177 cells, viharas, numerous stupas, temples and a number of other ancillary buildings.
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Chatmohar Mosque

Chatmohar Mosque Chatmohar Mosque situated in the heart of Chatmohar Bazar in Pabna district, was once in utter ruins. The mosque was thoroughly restored and repaired in the 1980s by the Department of Archaeology, Bangladesh, and is now a protected monument. A Persian inscription in beautiful Tughra, now preserved in the Rajshahi varendra research museum, records its construction in 1582 AD by Khan Muhammad bin Tuwi Khan Qaqshal.
Enclosed by a low outer wall the mosque occupies the western half of a slightly raised platform.
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