Tajhat Rajbari / Rangpur Museum

Tajhat Rajbari / Rangpur Museum Just south of the city of Rangpur lies the Tajhat, a former "rajbari" or zamindar's palace. After the end of the British Raj, the building was abandoned and decayed rapidly, although it was used for a few years as a courthouse during the 1980's. In the year 2004, it was largely restored and turned into a museum with ancient inscriptions, art and coins from the area on display.
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Rangpur Zoo

Rangpur Zoo Former President Ershad, a Rangpur native, was responsible for many additions to Rangpur. He donated land for a zoo with a large park in the center of town. The zoo has a variety of animals, mostly in small British-era style cages. The zoo does have a large aviary, a small monkey cage and an endangered Bengal tiger, in addition to a rhinoceros, lions, a leopard, peacocks, alligators, turtles, spotted deer, and many other animals.
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Begum Rokeya Museum

Begum Rokeya Museum A museum and women's training center was established in Pairabondh, the birth place of famous Begum Rokeya. It is half an hour drive away from Rangpur city. Apart from tajbari museum there is another museum at the heart of the town. The town is known as Green town for its beautiful garden and green park throughout the town.
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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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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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RDRS

RDRS RDRS (Rangpur-Dinajpur Rural Society) set up by Lutheran World Federation in 1971 to help in the rehabilitation of refugees returning home after the war of liberation. Later, the operations of RDRS were shifted from refugee and infrastructural rehabilitation to general development. In 1976, it organised its work into a sectoral development programme. The sectors were construction, agriculture, health, community and women's development, economic activities, and emergency work.
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Rangpur Pubic Library

Rangpur Pubic Library Rangpur Pubic Library the oldest cultural institution of the district, was founded in 1832 by the Kundi zamindars. Rajmohan Roychowdhury (1786-1847) donated funds to meet the full cost of its establishment. Later, Ramani Mohan Roychowdhury (1860-87) of Tushbhander and Mahima Ranjan Roychowdhury (1852-1909) of Kakina became patrons of the library. It collected and preserved a large number of books, manuscripts, puthis, inscriptions and archaeological relics.
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Saidpur Airport

Saidpur Airport Saidpur Airport (IATA: SPD, ICAO: VGSD) is an airport in Saidpur, Bangladesh.
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Laldighi Mosque

Laldighi Mosque Laldighi Mosque (Rangpur) is a rare variety of Mughal mosque at Laldighi, now an important marketplace under Badarganj upazila in Rangpur district, about 6 km due north of the Kholahati Railway station. The building was once hidden inside a thick jungle, and was discovered in the late British period when the jungles were cleared. From then onwards prayers are held in it regularly. It is now in a good state of preservation after some restorations and repair works by the local people.
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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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