Saturday, 3 August 2013

Nijhum Island, Bangladesh



Nijhum Island will be the next adorable day-tripper abode afterwards saint Martins Inland. It’s a mangrove forests. You can see there Dears of breed and Monkeys. At the time of winter season, huge numbers of Migrated birds appear actuality for acceptable the Nijhum Island’s beauty.
The advice of Nijhum Island is not better, but if you wish to allure to see his adorableness you will go there either from Chittagong or from Dhaka. FROM CHITTAGON: you accept to go Hatia island from Chittagong by motor baiter of address and than you will go Nijhum Island from there by bounded motor boat. FROM DHAKA:
From Sadarghat barrage terminal You can aswell go Tomzuddion by Launch. and by Motorboat you will go to Nijhum Island from from there But in Nijhum Island adaptation is actual abundant limited. you can get some accepted aliment from there but you should be actual accurate for the superior of that foods. you can break blow abode (forest) but charge to yield above-mentioned permission from backwoods Department. Another accommodation: District Parishod Guest Abode but charge to yield permission from Thana Administration (TNO)

Thursday, 18 July 2013

Bijoypur White Soil Project



The most beautiful white soil project Bijoypur situated at Netrakona in Bangladesh. If you will want to visit that place, you can easily make a trip Bijoypur by bus or car or a boat etc. The most beautiful white soil project Bijoypur is really nice or charming place for visitor.    

Thursday, 4 July 2013

Sondarban



Sondarban

 


The Sundarbans is the largest and beautiful mangrove forest in the world. It located mostly in Bangladesh, a small part of it situated in India. The Bangladeshi part of the forest is estimated to be about 81%, while the Indian part is 19%. To the south the jungle meets the Bay of Bengal. It is beautiful jangle or beautiful forest so it is called “Sundarban”. There are many trees but Sundari trees are found in Sundarbans in large numbers. This beautiful forest is the living place of Royal Bengal Tiger, birds, spotted deer, crocodiles and snakes. There is much more wildlife here. Fishing Cats, Macaques, wild boars, Common Grey Mongooses, Foxes, Jungle Cats, Flying Foxes, and Pangolins are also found in the Sundarbans.

The beautiful forest plays an important role in the national economy of Bangladesh. It is the single largest source of raw materials for wood based industries. In addition to traditional forest produce. The beautiful mangrove forest “Sunderbans” provides a wonderful aesthetic attraction for local and foreign tourists.


Monday, 17 June 2013

Unconventional and Unforgettable – Anjuna seaside, north Goa



 Unconventional and Unforgettable – Anjuna seaside, north Goa


Anjuna beach is found in Bardez taluka, north Goa. Towards the north of Baga seashore, divided from the Baga river along with a little headland, and south of Vagator seaside. Anjuna beach front is well attained from everywhere in Goa by using theMapusa bus terminal (8km s absent), or by rickshaw in the close by seashores. The beach front stretches north to south for around one,3km s. The south portion of Anjuna seashore is exactly where the initial freaks very first settled in Goa while in the late 1960′s, this component of the seashore is backed by crimson cliffs and lined with tall palm trees, it sorts a little bit bay by it is possess, in between rocks protruding to the sea. The northern element of the seaside, lined with huts and palm trees, stretches out to it is really rock strewn stop, as well as headland dividing Anjuna seashore from Vagator seaside. Guiding the beach front it is stall metropolis, residence on the popular, and at any time escalating, Anjuna flea market place, each individual Wednesday from 11am, this basic Goa industry attracts hundreds of bargin looking visitors from around Goa.

Thursday, 23 May 2013

Hazrat Shah Jalal Mazar


Hazrat Shah Jalal Mazar


Shah Jalal is a saint of Bengal particularly in the region of Sylhet, Bangladesh. Jalal's name is associated with the Muslim conquest of Sylhet, for which he is given the most credit. He was buried at Sylhet.[1] Shahjalal International Airport, Bangladesh's main airport is named in honour of this saint.

Born Makhdum Jalal ad-Deen bin Muhammad, he was later known as Shaikh-ul-Mashaikh he was also known as Yamani(R) Hazrat Shah Jalal ad-Din al-Mujarrad.
Shah Jalal's date and place of birth is unclear. Various traditions, folklore and historical documents differ. A number of scholars claim that he was born in 1271 in Konya, Turkey, and later moved to Yemen, either as a child or adult, while vast majority of scholars believe he was born in Quni, Hadramout in Yemen.