Temple

Jagannath Dev Temple – The only octagonal shaped temple in Bangladesh

Jagannath Dev Temple is one of the most magnificent antiquated religious constructions of Bangladesh. Jagannath Dev Temple meanwhile Jagannath Temple is situated in Bibir Bazar of Jagannathpur Village and about 5 kilometres east of Comilla main town. The village got its name after the name of hindu god Jagannath. To …

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Pakutia Zamindar bari – An Unfocused Landlord Palace of Tangail

Pakutia Zamindarbari is among one of those unfocused landlord houses that usullay failed to gather the attraction of the tourists. The majestic mansion is situated in Pakutia union in Nagarpur upazila of Tangail district. The place is very near from Baliati Palace of Manikganj. The distance between these two palaces …

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Armenian Church – The only Holy Armenian Church of Bangladesh

The Armenian Church (also known as Armenian Apostolic Church of Resurrection) is a historically important monument of Dhaka. It is situated at Armanitola of the older part of the city of Dhaka. Even the interesting fact is that the area Armanitola is named after the Armenian colonony that was settled …

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Kantajir Mandir – The Kantaji Temple

Kantaji Temple is one of the most ornated 18th century brick built temple among the late antiquated temples of Bangladesh. The temple is also known as Kantanagar Temple. It is situated at Kantanagar which is about 12 miles north to the Dinajpur main town and about a mile away to …

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Dhakeshwari Temple – The National Temple of Bangladesh

Dhakeshwari Temple is the national temple for the Hindus of Bangladesh and is a place of historical importance as well. Dhakeshwari means ‘Goddess of Dhaka’. It is situated at Dhakeshwari road of old Dhaka and about 1 kilometre north from the Lalbagh Fort. During the Sena dynasty, a Sena king …

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