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Saturday, July 31, 2010

Where We Live?

We live in our Dhaka city but sometimes it is very mieasurable to see Where we live.There are many place in our city where is not safety to live. The constaction is so poor and the living condition is very risky. The electrict line so conjusted and there is no place for adequeate electrict line. sometimes it is very close to our house, that can make dieaster any time. In this picture we are seeing this kind of picture.

Is It Our Buriganga??

The Buriganga river in Dhaka has become heavy polluted from sources such as waste flowing into the river, oil spills from boats and building structures appearing on the river banks. The Buriganga river in Dhaka has become heavy polluted from sources such as waste flowing into the river, oil spills from boats and building structures appearing on the river banks. Dhaka, Bangladesh. 30/12/09.
In the distant past, a course of the Ganges river used to reach the Bay of Bengal through the Dhaleshwari river. This course gradually shifted and ultimately lost its link with the main channel of the Ganges and was renamed as the Buriganga.
Hundreds of years ago, the banks of the Buriganga were a prime location for trade when the Mughals made Dhaka their capital in 1610. It was the main waterway for trading. It is said that the water levels during high and low tides in this river astonished.40-50 years ago, a cruise on the historic Buriganga River in the capital used to be a must for visiting dignitaries. It was once the main source of drinking water for Dhaka residents, and the river is still crystal clear an hour upstream from the capital.
These days they are confronted with foul smells and rotting fish, the stench is unbelievable, according to the Environment Department, up to 40,000 tons of tannery waste flows into the river daily, along with sewage from Dhaka, a city of more than 10 million.
It is now a dying river and the situation will get worse unless steps are taken urgently to reverse the trend.

Thursday, July 29, 2010

Hajir Biryani

Hajir biryani is the most common and delicious food in Dhaka city which mainly found in Puraton Dhaka. It is called the best rice food in South asia. Everyday thousand of peaple enjoy this food.Foreigners are also very interested to have this food.This is very old and reputed food in Dhaka contants rice, muton and different kinds of masala.

Foods that represent Dhaka City

Dhakai Bakarkhani
The Dhakai bakarkhani is somewhat thicker, more like a biscuit. Stacks of Bakarkhani lined up at bakeries is a common sight in old Dhaka. It is often eaten with kabab. It is the most popular food in Puraton Dhaka. Bakarkhani dough of white flour and mewa is kneaded well and stretched thin by hand over the entire span of wooden board. Then after spreading ghee over it, flour is strewn on and it is folded and the process repeated several times. After sizeable numbers of such small dough are ready, they are made into Roti on the board and sesame seeds are spread on it. The rotis are then put inside the Tandoor. During the process of baking, milk may be sprinkled. Nowadays however, in place of ghee and milk, molasses solution may be added so that the bread turns reddish.

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Traffic Jam of Dhaka City

As a capital of Bangladesh the Dhaka City is the centre of Bangladesh. All over kinds of people loive in this city. So it is very noise and polluted in some places. Though a lot of peaple live in here , a lot of vehicles are exist, that always create a death trap treffic jam.This picture shows this miserable picture that I have discused.This picture is infont of dhaka New Market.

Saturday, July 24, 2010

Bangladesh National Museum
The Bangladesh National Museum preserves and displays the cultural property and heritage, as well as specimens of natural history of Bangladesh. Its mission is to establish a bridge between the past and the present and uphold the national tradition and culture. It is located at Shahbag, Dhaka. The museum is well organized and displays have been housed in several departments like department of ethnography and decorative art, department of history and classical art, department of natural history, and department of contemporary and world civilization. The museum also has a conservation laboratory. The museum was formally inaugurated on 20 March, 1913.

Ahsan Manzil Museum
Ahsan Manzil Museum, Dhaka is one of the popular attractions of the city. The capital city of Bangladesh, Dhaka gets lot of visitors all round the year. Any important sites of Dhaka can be accessed very comfortably by the travelers. The Ahsan Manzil Museum, Dhaka is a very popular museum which must be visited by the tourists staying in Dhaka. The Ahsan Manzil Museum in Dhaka is situated at the bank of the River Buriganga in Dhaka. The entire museum is established within a magnificent pink building. The dome of this building is visible from miles. The building, which has been transformed into a museum, was at one time the house of the Nawab of Dhaka. At present the place has got 23 galleries that display different portraits, plenty of furniture and various other items and objects that were used by the Nawab staying there.

Central Shahid Minar,Dhaka
Central Shahid Minar, Dhaka is one of the most important monuments of the city. The Central Shahid Minar, Dhaka has a very close association with the cultural history of the place. The Central Shahid Minar, Dhaka is one of the primary Dhaka Tourist Attractions an visited by thousands of tourists all round the year.
The Central Shahid Minar,Dhaka has a very deep historical background and delineates the cultural heritage of the city. The Central Shahid Minar, Dhaka was built with the mission of remembering the martyrs of the Bengali Language movement which occurred in the year 1952. The history of the movement has a very significant place in the social and cultural mechanism of the country .

Mausoleum of National leaders, Dhaka
The Mausoleum of National leaders, Dhaka is situated at the south western corner of the place named Suhrawardy Uddyan. The Mausoleum of National leaders in Dhaka is in reality the eternal resting place of three important national leaders of the country. They are namely Khawja Nazimuddin, Sher-e-Bangla A,K. Fazlull Haque and Hossain Shahid Suhrawardy. One visit to this mausoleum will surely be a memorable experience for all the travelers. The location of the mausoleum can be comfortably reached by the visitors staying in Dhaka. Good communication facilities are available for the tourists which will take them to the site of the mausoleum.
To get some more information about the Mausoleum of National leaders, Dhaka, one can check out the website

The Attraction of Dhaka City

Dhakeshwari Temple
The Dhakeshwari Temple, Dhaka or popularly known as the Ðhakeshshori Jatio Mondir in the native language is a popular place which draws loads of tourists from various places. The Dhakeshwari Temple in Dhaka is a famed Hindu temple in Dhaka which as a mater of fact is one of the most pious places fro the Hindus in the city as well. The temple is state owned and is a major tourist attraction of the city. The Dhakeshwari Temple in Dhaka is applauded with the laurel of being the Bangladesh's "National Temple".
The location of the Dhakeshwari Temple, Dhaka places it in the southwestern direction of the Salimullah Hall of Dhaka University. The Dhakeshwari Temple, Dhaka has gained in importance more after the destruction of the Ramna Kali Mandir in 1971 during the Bangladesh Liberation War by the Pakistan Army. The place is truly the most important place of worship for the Hindus in Bangladesh. Travelers coming to Dhaka should never miss the opportunity to visit the Dhakeshwari Temple, Dhaka whileon a trip to Dhaka.

Thursday, July 22, 2010

Tara Mosque

Tara Mosque: Star Mosque, locally known as Tara Masjid Bangla: is a mosque located in Dhaka, Bangladesh. It is situated at the Armanitola area of the old part of the city. The mosque has ornate designs and is decorated with motifs of blue stars. It was built in the first half of the 19th century by one Mirza Golam Pir.

Karzon Hall

Karzon Hall: This building is generally known as Karzon Hall. It was established in the early 20th century by a british governer named Lord Karzon. But In 1920 the University of Dhaka was established and since then Karzon hall is a part of the University of Dhaka.It is a three storied building with 32 lectures room and the hall room is used as an exam hall. Here about 700 students can participate exam at a time.It is a giant building. this building is architectarly very important and an centurian symbol of British adminstration.

Ahsan Monzil

Ahsan Monzil: The palace has enjoyed a varied history, starting from being Rang Mahal (of Sheikh Enayetullah, a Zamindar of Jamalpur pargana (Barisal) during the time of the Mughals) to a French trading centre. Nawab Khwaja Alimullah bought it from the French in 1830 and converted it into his residence, effecting necessary reconstruction and renovations. The final reconstruction was done by Martin.

Lalbag Fort

Lalbag Fort: The Lalbag Fort developed Shaista Khan. It is situated in the bank of the river Butiganga southern part of the Dhaka city.Construction was commenced in 1678 by Prince Muhammad Azam during his 15-month long vice-royalty of Bengal, but before the work could complete, he was recalled by Aurangzeb. His successor, Shaista Khan, did not complete the work, though he stayed in Dhaka up to 1688.

Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Dhaka City

Dhaka City is called the Capital of Bangladesh. It has 400 years reputation and it is a famous City of subcontinent. About 2 core people are living in this city and this now a most densely populated city in the world. Dhaka city has a lot of reputation about culture, history, tourism etc. Now I am writing about the most historical place in Dhaka City.

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