I rode my motorbike to Munshiganj to get close to the historical monuments, archeology and zamindar houses. The date was January 1. Companions De-Chut Travel Association Jasim, Arafat and Nazmul.
Bike start at around 8 in the morning. On the way to Narayanganj Chashara break. Drink hot olive tea and run again. Meanwhile, Yuvraj is waiting in Munshiganj. As soon as we leave, the pot of juice will come down from the date palm.
As the day progressed, he started urging her on the phone for fear of losing the taste of the juice. Due to which I stopped my bike at Muktarpur Bridge and missed the chance of photo session. I arrived at Panchasar village at 9:30 in the morning. People climbed the tree without wasting time.
Brings down about 5-6 liters of fresh date juice. A glass of juice in front of the eyes. Don’t sleep anymore. I swallowed a few glasses. The house where the princes lived is like a treasure trove of beautiful nature. It is full of various plants. Breakfast is already ready.
Hot hot bauabhat and various positions. Filling my stomach as much as I want, I am running to the birthplace of world famous Atish Dipankar. On the way we saw Ballal Sen’s huge lake. There is no water. However, cultivation of various vegetables is going on. Break on the bank of Sukhbaspur Dighi on the way. Very clear water.
The environment is also quite nice. Start the bike by taking two or four pictures. After going some distance, Thami Pandit’s house. I entered through the front door. Huge courtyard. Atisha Dipankar, a world-renowned scholar, was once the guest of this house. It feels good to think.
The house currently has an auditorium. Atish Dipankar was a missionary and a Buddhist monk during the Pala Empire. The house has been neatly arranged in recent times; Tourists can be quite satisfied to see.
Atish Dipankar was born in 972 AD. And died in 1054 AD. Yet his home is widely known as Pandit Vita. I ran to Raghurampur village this time. Buddhist monastery on the go. Quite a secluded and secluded environment. There is a pond tied to the ghat. The shade of the palm tree. The melodious chirping of birds. Munshiganj’s natural nature will not disappoint the travel thirsty.
In February 2010, the Buddhist monastery under the supervision of Dr. Sufi Mostafizur Rahman, a researcher in the field of archeology and teachers and students of the Department of Archeology, Jahangirnagar University, discovered the existence of archeology here after three years of research.
They are specially supported by a social organization called Agrasar Bikrampur Foundation. After excavating for about two and a half months, the thousand-year-old Raghurampur Buddhist monastery was discovered.
Researchers are of the opinion that historians have been talking about Bikrampur Buddhist Monastery for so long.
Whatever is gold this time. As I said before, the distance from one place to another is not very much. Shortly after leaving Raghurampur, we came across Sonarang Jora Math. At first sight I was quite impressed by its beautiful artwork. And I think the artisans of that era were much more talented than in this period. Sonarang Jora Math is an eighteenth century archeological site.
Although it is known as Jora Math in the so-called history, it is basically a Jora temple. It is known from the stone inscriptions of the temple that a Hindu named Rupchandra built the big Kali Mandir in 1843 and the small temple in 18. The small temple is Shiva temple.
The height of the temple is about 15 meters. The tour will be a pleasure to visit the Sonarang village as well as see the artistic work of the Pipasura Jora temple. Chase the Friday prayers. So I left Mirkadim. I will offer prayers at Baba Adam Mosque.
The six-domed Baba Adam Mosque is located in the village of Dargabari. There are dazzling works of art inside and outside the mosque. Baba Adam (ra) entered India from distant Arabia to spread Islam. Later he came to Mirkadim in 117 AD during the Sen period. At that time Munshiganj was ruled by the tyrant Ballal Sen.
In a local battle, Baba Adam was martyred by Ballal Sen. The Baba Adam Mosque was built by Kafurmah in 1473, 319 years after the martyrdom of Shaheed Baba Adam (ra). Whose age is about 530 years.
It is still a witness to the times and reminds us of the self-sacrifice of the preaching father Adam. I get a lot of peace even after performing Jumu’ah prayers in the mosque.
This time I ran to see the Panam-Pulghata bridge. In a short time I reached the desert of the bridge built during the Mughal period. It looks pretty good at first sight. The Panam-Pulghata bridge over the Mirkadim canal. The bridge is designed in such a way that it cannot be seen from one end to the other. The slopes on both sides are high in the middle.
The beauty of the canal from the top of the bridge is extraordinary. During the Mughal period, the Panam-Pulghata bridge in Munshiganj is believed to have a connection with Panam Nagar in Sonargaon, Narayanganj. Whatever he is. In the womb of time, many paths and many histories have been lost due to neglect. So it is time to save as much as there is now.
How to get there: Munshiganj city has easy access to any part of the country. There is a bus service from Gulistan in Dhaka and a small launch from Sadarghat Naval Terminal. However, bus travel is good.
From Munshiganj city you can go around day by day with auto / CNG reserve at bargain price. The best advantage will be motorbikes or own vehicles.
Tips: If you can reach Munshiganj in the morning, it will be convenient to visit every monument and know its history.
There is no time for date juice at present, but palm juice will be available in a few days. If you want to drink camping and palm juice, you can talk to Yuvraj on 019900117. He is a volunteer tourist friendly. His death