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Sixty Dome Mosque (Shait Gambuj Mosque)

Listed in Historical Places, Mosques, Religious Places

Bagerhat-Khulna Road, Bagerhat 9300, Bangladesh

Description: The Sixty Dome Mosque (ষাট গম্বুজ মসজিদ) (more commonly known as Shait Gambuj Mosque or Saith Gunbad Masjid) is a mosque in Bangladesh, the largest in that country from the Sultanate period. It has been described as “the most impressive Muslim monuments in the whole of the Indian subcontinent.” In mid-15th century, a Muslim colony was founded in the unfriendly mangrove forest of the Sundarbans near the coastline in the Bagerhat district by an obscure… Read more...

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Somapura Mahavihara

Listed in Archaeological Sites, Buddhist Temples, Historical Places, Religious Places, Tourism

02-8126817

Paharpur Bihar Museum, Naogaon - Joypurhat Road, Naogaon, Bangladesh

Description: Somapura Mahavihara is by far the most spectacular Buddhist monuments, discovered in regular excavation is the gigantic temple and monastery at Paharpur in the Noagoan district. Architecturally and historically Paharpur Vihara is a treasured heritage of the world. It has been identified from a set of inscribed clay seals, as the reputed Somapura Vihara, of the great Pala emperor Dharmapala. It is the single largest Vihara south of the Himalayas. This immense quadrangular monastery with… Read more...

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Star Mosque

Listed in Mosques, Religious Places, Tourism

Abul Khairat Road, Armanitola, Dhaka, Bangladesh

Description: Star Mosque is a beautiful mosque of the city, which is situated in Armanitola, Dhaka. It is a five-dome mosque with hundreds of big and small twinkling stars as surface decorations. The inside of it is even more beautiful than the outside, lovely mosaic floor and excellent tiles with many floral patterns set on the walls – all are in complete harmony. The original Mughal architectural style mosque was a three-domed oblong structure with three… Read more...

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Buddha Dhatu Jadi (Golden Temple)

Listed in Buddhist Temples, Religious Places, Tourism

R 161, Bandarban, Bangladesh

Description: Buddha Dhatu Jadi is a Theravada Buddhist temple, named as golden temple of Bandarban among the travelers and tourists. This is as an imperative tourist spot of Bandarban district. The temple is located on the peak of a high hill adjacent to the Bandarban-Rangamati road. This is the largest Theravada Buddhist Temple in Bangladesh and the second largest Buddha statue in Bangladesh lies there. The temple is built on top of a (200 feet or… Read more...

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Dharmarajika Buddhist Temple

Listed in Buddhist Temples, Religious Places, Tourism

Atish Deepankar Road, Dhaka, Bangladesh

Description: Dharmarajika Buddhist Temple or Dharmarajika Bauddha Vihara the first Buddhist vihara (monastery) in Dhaka, was established in 1960 at the initiative of Bishuddhananda Mahathera. It acts as the cultural and regional centre of Bangladeshi Buddhists. For over four decades Dharmarajika Buddhist Temple has been the religious centre for both local and foreign Buddhists living in Dhaka. The Dharmarajik Pali College was established here in 1960. The first foreign head of state to visit the Dharmarajika Buddhist Temple was… Read more...

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Armenian Church

Listed in Churches, Religious Places, Tourism

Armanitola Road, Dhaka, Bangladesh

Description: The Armenians were a rich influential business community. Armenian traders came to the Indian subcontinent in 12th century. After their ample success in trade, Mughal Emperor Akbar permitted them to preach. The area where they lived became known as Armanitola. The Armenian Church is a historically significant architectural monument situated in the Armanitola area of old Dhaka, Bangladesh. It was established by the Armenian community, to whose former existence the church bears testimony. It is… Read more...

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Dhakeshwari National Temple

Listed in Hindu Temples, Religious Places, Tourism

Orphanages road, Bakshi Bazar, Dhaka, Bangladesh

Description: Dhakeshwari National Temple is owned by the state and is situated in Dhaka, Bangladesh, is a great tourist attraction. The name Dhakeshwari alludes to the temple’s dedication to the Goddess of Dhaka and visitors should take care to show respect for the religious beliefs of those who frequent this large and ancient temple. The Dhakeshwari National Temple is located right behind the Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology campus. It is widely seen as being… Read more...

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Hussaini Dalan Mosque

Listed in Mosques, Religious Places, Tourism

Hussaini Dalan Road, Dhaka, Bangladesh

Description: Hussaini Dalan Mosque (sometimes reffered as Husaini) is an imambara -center for Shiite (the followers off Shia Islam) in the old part of the city of Dhaka, attributed to the Mughal Period. The building seems to have been originally erected (in 1642 AD) by one Sayyid Murad during the governorship of shah Shuja, who, although himself a Sunni, was eager to preserve and patronise Shiite institutions. Traditions relate that Sayyid Murad, having seen al-Husain in… Read more...

Shah Paran

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Shah Paran (R) Dargah Sharif

Listed in Mosques, Religious Places, Tourism

Shah Paran Road, Hazrat Shah Paran, Bangladesh

Description: ‘Shah Paran’ (Shah Farhan) (R) was a renowned Sufi saint of the Suhrawardiyya and Jalalia order. It is said that he was the son of a sister of Hazrat Shah Jalal (R) and was born in Hadramaut, Yemen. He was an accomplice of his uncle, Shah Jalal, with whom he arrived in India. In 1303 AD, He took part in the expedition of Sylhet which was led by Shah Jalal. After the conquest of Sylhet… Read more...

Baitul Mukarram Mosque

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Baitul Mukarram Mosque

Listed in Mosques, Religious Places

Topkhana Road, Purana Paltan, Dhaka, Bangladesh

Description: Baitul Mukarram Mosque is situated at Purana Paltan, east of Bangladesh Secretariat and north of Dhaka Stadium. It is the largest mosque in the city, three storied and built after the pattern of the Kaba Sharif. It consists of costly decorations in the interior, long lawn, gardens and rows of fountains to the south and east. The mosque is on a very high platform and on the ground floor there is a shopping center. The… Read more...

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