5 Best Tourist Attractions In Sirajganj District

Best Tourist Attractions In Sirajganj District

5 Best Tourist Attractions In Sirajganj District

Cinematography By Saadat Mostofa Sadaf

1.China Badh/ China Dam/চায়না বাঁধ

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If you want to enjoy the extraordinary nature of sitting on the river on either side and the green grass carpet in the middle, you can visit the China Badh (China Dam) in Sirajganj district. 

The Bangladesh water development board constructed the dam on the banks of River Yamuna, just 2 km from Sirajganj district city. The other name of the China Dam is Crossover-3. 

The black pitch edifice passes over the dam from the main gate of the dam to 2 km deep in the Yamuna river. And This Road Can Be Taken To The End Of The Dam.

The China Dam attracts many visitors every day. Stunning natural surroundings built in the bottom of river waters with an infinite sky, boat trips, and the small town of Sirajganj at a short distance should draw visitors to a strange illusion. 

And it’s best to go during the rainy season.

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2.Noborotno Mondir/Noborotno Temple/নবরত্ন মন্দির

Navratna Temple is a medieval archaeological artifact located in the Hatikumarul village of Sirajganj. 

In 1664, Dewan Ramanath Bhaduri built the Noborotono temple in imitation of Kantojir Temple in Dinajpur. There is a Shiva temple carved near the Noborotno temple and Chandi temple.

The terracotta design is known as the Noborotno temple because there are nine peaks depicting creepers, fruits, and deities. 

The square 15.4 m temple has a brick-and-mortar building wall around it. The temple, full of medieval artwork, has an entrance to the east and stairs to the north of the hut. 

There is another room with verandahs all around in the central worship room of the Noborotno temple. There are also stories surrounding the pond next to the Noborotno temple.

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3.Rabindra Kachari Ghar/রবীন্দ্র কাছারি বাড়ি

Rabindra Kachari Ghar/রবীন্দ্র কাছারি বাড়ি

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The ancestral zamindar house of poet Guru Rabindranath Tagore located in Shahzadpur Upazila, 40 km from Sirajganj district headquarters, is known as Rabindra Kachari Ghar (Rabindranath Tagore’s Kacharibari). 

This house was used as a Neelkuthi in the 18th century. In 1842, Rabindranath Tagore’s grandfather Prince Dwarkanath Tagore bought the house at an auction from the British. 

Rabindranath Tagore stayed at this Kachari house in Shahzadpur for 7 years, from 1890 to 1896. Rabindranath Tagore wrote various literary works like Chitra, Sonar Tari, Chaitali, Gitanjali, and Visarjan. 

When the zamindari system was abolished in 1969, Shilaidah Rabindranath’s hut was taken under the Department of Archaeology to preserve it as a glorious memory. After independence in 1971, this Rabindra Kachari house was opened to the public.

The Rabindra Kachari house built in Indo-European architecture on about ten bighas of land is currently built as Rabindra museum.

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The 16 rooms on the first and second floors of the museum preserve pictures, photographs, and used items of various postures of Rabindranath Tagore from childhood to old age. 

These include the poet’s paintings, photos of the poet’s childhood, adolescence, youth, colorful palanquins, speedboats, wooden chairs, tea tables, couches, etc. 

Numerous Rabindra fans visit this place containing the poet’s memory every day.

Entry Price & Schedule

The Rabindra Kachari Ghar Museum is open from 10 am to 5 pm from Tuesday to Saturday during Sundays and other public holidays. 

However, there is a break in prayer from 12.30 pm to 2.30 pm on Friday. And from 2.30 pm to 6.30 pm on Monday, you can enter the museum. 

The entry fee for Bangladeshi visitors is Rs 20 per person, and the entry fee for foreign tourists is Rs 100 per person.

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4.Jamuna Bridge/যমুনা সেতু

Jamuna Bridge/যমুনা সেতু

Yamuna Bridge, also well known as Bangabandhu Bridge, is a multi-purpose bridge spanning the Yamuna River in eastern Bangladesh and the western district of Sirajganj in western Bangladesh.

In June 1998, the bridge was the 6th largest bridge in South Asia and the 11th longest bridge in the world. 

With the help of the Japanese government, the foundation stone for the Jamuna Bridge was laid in 1994. But construction was not completed until 1998. 

Maulana Abdul Hamid Khan Vasani first demanded a bridge over the Yamuna river, but Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina implemented it. 

The construction of the Bangabandhu Yamuna multi-purpose bridge has greatly improved the country’s socio-economic development and the transportation of passengers and goods by road and rail.

The bridge extending from Tangail to Sirajganj on the Jamuna River is located on the Asian Highway and the Inter-Asian Railways. The construction of the Yamuna Multipurpose Bridge cost USD 962 million. 

The length of the bridge is 4.8 km, and the width is 18.5 meters. The bridge has been installed on 121 steel beams 80-85 meters long to deal with natural calamities. 

The bridge has 49 spans and 50 pillars. There are 4 lane roads and 2 rail tracks for vehicular and train movement over the Yamuna multi-purpose bridge.

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5.Bangabandhu Jamuna Ecopark/বঙ্গবন্ধু যমুনা ইকোপার্ক

Bangabandhu Jamuna Ecopark/বঙ্গবন্ধু যমুনা ইকোপার্ক

The only entertainment center in the Sirajganj district is Bangabandhu Jamuna eco-park (Bangabandhu Jamuna Eco Park). 

The forest department established the Bangabandhu Jamuna eco-park in 2007 with about 120 acres of land on the western bank of Bangabandhu Bridge. 

The park covered with green trees gives a spectacular view of the Jamuna river and the Bangabandhu Bridge. The number of visitors to Bangabandhu Jamuna eco-park increases due to the unique natural environment surrounded by calm and dense shadows.

Bangabandhu Jamuna Ecopark includes a variety of fruits, forests, and medicinal plants, including mango, guava, radai, amla, deua, fig, jackfruit, olive, blackberry, tamarind, akashmani, epil-epil, arakaria, Bakul, shimul, jayatan, jarul, mahua, nageshwar, karbi, kanjalbhadi, tebubia, arjuna. 

Apart from the green trees, squirrels, birds, deer, peacocks, rabbits, and monkeys are also there.

Open-close schedule

Jamuna Eco Park is open daily from 9 am to 5 pm, and tickets have to be deducted from the main gate to enter.

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