• BUSSINESS CAPITAL CHITTAGONG

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    published: 09 Nov 2016
  • Chittagong Railway Station, Bangladesh

    Chittagong is the commercial capital of Bangladesh. It has good communication around. One can go to most of the divisional districts of Bangladesh by train. Chittagong railway station is one of biggest railway stations of Bangladesh. There are some hotels and restaurants including Golden Inn, Manila hotel, hotel Zaman next to Chittagong railway station, so one can easily stay and eat there. For more information visit http://www.railway.gov.bd/

    published: 25 Sep 2016
  • Chittagong city

    Chittagong city, the business capital of Bangladesh, is not as large as the capital Dhaka. But like Dhaka it has not been built with proper plan. The Chittagong airport is not far away from the city center but it took us more than 40 minutes to get to the airport thanks to the heavy traffic congestion.

    published: 10 Jan 2008
  • Night Beauty Of Chittagong City

    Chittagong is the business capital city & 2nd largest district of Bangladesh. It is a very beautiful place. But at night it`s beauty increases more. Hope you like it... If You like it then share with others... Thank you for watching. Subscribe!!

    published: 31 Dec 2016
  • Water Tide the Capital city of Bangladesh, Chittagong.

    Water Tide the Capital city of Bangladesh, Chittagong.This is big problem Of Chittagong.

    published: 01 Jun 2017
  • Chittagong City sky view 2

    Over chittagong

    published: 04 Sep 2016
  • Top 10 Longest Flyover in Bangladesh_Biggest Flyover of the Country

    Top10bd Present Top 10 Longest Flyover in Bangladesh.Dhaka city is most populated country in Bangladesh.there are around 15-20 Flyover in Bangladesh, however , most of them in dhaka city .To reduce traffic jam in Dhaka city of bangladesh ,government made urban transportation plan and today increasing number of dhaka's flyover or overpass is the result of that plan . Here we have consider , Mayor Hanif Flyover as number 1 overpass in the country .It is also Bangladesh's largest flyover With 11km long Elevated Flyover having 4 lane divided carriageway. second one Mirpur-Airport Road Flyover in dhaka city ,This is the 2nd largest flyover , Length: 4.1km and Width 15.52m. A total Tk 1.99 billion has been spent to construct this flyover. We have consider Kuril Flyover as number three .T...

    published: 12 Mar 2017
  • বিশ্ব ব্যবসা ও বাণিজ্য কেন্দ্র, চট্টগ্রাম - World Trade Center, Chittagong

    Chittagong District located in the south-eastern region of Bangladesh.North of India and Tripura State,South of Cox's Bazar district,Before Bandarban,Rangamati & Khagrachari District and on the west,the Bay of Bengal. The port city of Chittagong, second largest city in Bangladesh, is located in this district. The Mughals establish Chittagong as a district in 1666. Division:-Chittagong Division. Coordinates:-22°20′15″N 91°50′20″E / 22.3375°N 91.8389°E. Area:-5,282.98 km2 (2,039.77 sq mi). Population(2011):-7,509,000.Time zone:-BST (UTC+6)City Corporation:-Chittagong City Corporation(CCC)It is 209.66 sq: m: There are 14 Upazilas *The Upazilas are : - 1.Anwara Upazila 2.Banshkhali Upazila 3.Boalkhali Upazila 4.Chandanaish Upazila 5.Fatikchhari Upazila 6.Hathazari Upazila 7.Lohagara Upazila ...

    published: 24 Aug 2016
  • Chittagong under water. | Extreme suffering in urban life

    The Mayor may go to the mayor, but the water logging of Chittagong does not go away. The fame of the commercial capital of Chittagong from Mughal Amal. How many countries using Chittagong, how many cities and many improvements are made in Bangladesh. So much development has been made in Chittagong and due to the development, but when the rainy season comes, the progress of Chittagong has been lost in the strong inflow of rainy season. Not just infrastructure development due to lack of proper management. China's grief was felt in the Huanghu River but the disturbing water of Chittagong was felt. Thanks for watching this video and follow me below here.... Watch more videos - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N7wK35E2RuM Like our facebook page - https://web.facebook.com/abihaYellowTv/ ...

    published: 22 Apr 2017
  • Chittagong

    Chittagong /tʃɪtəɡɒŋ/ (Bengali: চট্টগ্রাম Bengali pronunciation: [tʃɔt̠t̠ɔgram]; Porto Grande de Bengala; Mughal Islamabad) is a major coastal seaport city and financial centre in southeastern Bangladesh. The city has a population of more than 2.5 million while the metropolitan area has a population of over 6.5 million, making it the second largest city in the country. It is the capital of an eponymous district and division. The city is located on the banks of the Karnaphuli River between the Chittagong Hill Tracts and the Bay of Bengal. The natural harbour of Chittagong has been a gateway to the historic region of Bengal for centuries. It was a prominent trading centre and hosted the first European colonial enclaves in Bengal, which were operated by the Portuguese in the 16th and 17th ce...

    published: 13 Feb 2016
  • Amazing beauty of Rangamati, Chittagong, Bangladesh

    Amazing beauty of Rangamati, Chittagong, Bangladesh Rangamati: Rangamati is the administrative headquarters of Rangamati Hill District in the Chittagong Hill Tracts of Bangladesh. It is also a Capital city of Chittagong Hill Tracts. The town is located at 22°37'60N 92°12'0E and has an altitude of 14 metres (46 ft).[The district is administered by an office named as District Administration, Rangamati From Chittagong a 77 km road leads to Rangamati. The township is located on the western bank of the Kaptai lake. Rangamati is a holiday destination because of its landscape, scenic beauty, lake, colourful indigenous groups (Chakma, Marma etc.), its flora and fauna, indigenous museum, hanging bridge etc. Geography: Rangamati is located in the Chittagong Division. It is bordered by the Tripu...

    published: 04 Dec 2016
  • Beautiful Chittagong by Ctg Chowdhury ( চট্টগ্রাম)

    Chittagong (চট্টগ্রাম) Bengali pronunciation is a major coastal seaport city and financial centre in southeastern Bangladesh. The city has a population of more than 2.5 million while the metropolitan area has a population of over 6.5 million, making it the second largest city in the country. It is the capital of an eponymous district and division. The city is located on the banks of the Karnaphuli River between the Chittagong Hill Tracts and the Bay of Bengal. Much of Chittagong Division is located within the ecological Indo-Burma zone on the boundary of the India Plate and Burma Plate. This makes Chittagong the crossroads of the Indian subcontinent and Southeast Asia. The port city has been known by various names in history, including Chatigaon, Chatigam, Chattagrama, Islamabad, Chattala...

    published: 22 Oct 2016
  • STREET FOOD || STREET FOOD IN BANGLADESH!!! SPECIAL CHICKEN BIRIYANI IN CHITTAGONG

    This video will show you a cheap food in street of Chittagong,commercial capital of Bangladesh. This video is about handmade special cheap chicken biriyani which is found all over the city. though this is cheap food but taste is awesome and people love it most as snakes in afternoon and evening and night.

    published: 16 Feb 2017
  • Panam Nagar_Bangladesh

    Panam Nagar or Panam City is an earliest city of Sonargaon thana in Narayanganj district, about 2.5 kilometers to the north of Dhaka-Chittagong Highway at Mograpara Point. Panam is only 0.5km away from Sonargaon Folk Art Museum. It is seemed to have been the city of Hindu capital city of Sonargaon. Panam Nagar, the gorgeous structures was rising in the last quarter of the 13th century. After that Panam area formed part of Muslim city developed on the old city, and perhaps made up the place of residence of the early Muslim governors. When the Mughal took over the control of Sonagaon, they constructed highways and bridges and made a new look of Sonagaon and Panam City. Mughal era was the most significant era for all the region of sub-continent. Panam city has no different for this circumstan...

    published: 25 Aug 2016
  • Beautiful Chittagong

    Chittagong is the second largest city in Bangladesh. It is the Commercial Capital City of Bangladesh. The surrounding mountains and rivers make the city attractive. Karnaphuli River falls in Chittagong. The largest land port of the country, “Chittagong Port”, situated in Chittagong. That’s why Chittagong is the city for export and import. Most of the large industries of Bangladesh are situated in Chittagong. Chittagong, is an ideal vacation spot. Its green hills and forests, its broad sandy beaches and its fine cool climate always attract the holiday-makers. Described by the Chinese traveler poet, Huen Tsang (7th century A D) as “a sleeping beauty emerging from mists and water” and given the title of “Porto Grande” by the 16th both the descriptions even today. It combines the busy hum of ...

    published: 25 Dec 2015
  • How i can watch Amazone city Chittagong of Bangladesh

    Chittagong has been a seaport since ancient times. The region was home to the ancient Bengali Buddhist Samatata and Harikela states.[1] It later fell under of the rule of the Gupta Empire, the Pala Empire and the Vesali kingdom of Arakan till the 7th century. Arabs traded with the port from the 9th century AD. An account by historian Lama Taranath has revealed a Buddhist king Gopichandra had his capital at Chittagong in the 10th century, and according to Tibetan tradition, Chittagong was the birthplace of 10th century Buddhist Tantric Tilayogi.[2] In the Fourteenth Century, explorer Ibn Battuta passed through Chittagong during his travels. Sultan Fakhruddin Mubarak Shah of Sonargaon conquered Chittagong in 1340 AD.[3] Sultan Giasuddin Mubarak Shah constructed a highway from Chittagong to ...

    published: 10 Oct 2016
BUSSINESS CAPITAL CHITTAGONG

BUSSINESS CAPITAL CHITTAGONG

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Chittagong Railway Station, Bangladesh

Chittagong Railway Station, Bangladesh

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Chittagong is the commercial capital of Bangladesh. It has good communication around. One can go to most of the divisional districts of Bangladesh by train. Chittagong railway station is one of biggest railway stations of Bangladesh. There are some hotels and restaurants including Golden Inn, Manila hotel, hotel Zaman next to Chittagong railway station, so one can easily stay and eat there. For more information visit http://www.railway.gov.bd/
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Chittagong city

Chittagong city

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Chittagong city, the business capital of Bangladesh, is not as large as the capital Dhaka. But like Dhaka it has not been built with proper plan. The Chittagong airport is not far away from the city center but it took us more than 40 minutes to get to the airport thanks to the heavy traffic congestion.
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Night Beauty Of Chittagong City

Night Beauty Of Chittagong City

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Chittagong is the business capital city & 2nd largest district of Bangladesh. It is a very beautiful place. But at night it`s beauty increases more. Hope you like it... If You like it then share with others... Thank you for watching. Subscribe!!
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Water Tide the Capital city of Bangladesh, Chittagong.

Water Tide the Capital city of Bangladesh, Chittagong.

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Water Tide the Capital city of Bangladesh, Chittagong.This is big problem Of Chittagong.
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Chittagong City sky view 2

Chittagong City sky view 2

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Over chittagong
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Top 10 Longest Flyover in Bangladesh_Biggest Flyover of the Country

Top 10 Longest Flyover in Bangladesh_Biggest Flyover of the Country

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Top10bd Present Top 10 Longest Flyover in Bangladesh.Dhaka city is most populated country in Bangladesh.there are around 15-20 Flyover in Bangladesh, however , most of them in dhaka city .To reduce traffic jam in Dhaka city of bangladesh ,government made urban transportation plan and today increasing number of dhaka's flyover or overpass is the result of that plan . Here we have consider , Mayor Hanif Flyover as number 1 overpass in the country .It is also Bangladesh's largest flyover With 11km long Elevated Flyover having 4 lane divided carriageway. second one Mirpur-Airport Road Flyover in dhaka city ,This is the 2nd largest flyover , Length: 4.1km and Width 15.52m. A total Tk 1.99 billion has been spent to construct this flyover. We have consider Kuril Flyover as number three .There are also number of bangladeshi flyover under contraction .some are inside capital and other are different town including chittagong , comilla,feni ,B baria etc .Most of Flyover are four lane and connected with the highway . Here is a full of 10 Longest Flyover in Bangladesh: 10 - Tongi Flyover 09- Tejgaon Link Flyover 08- Bonani overpass 07- Moghbazar- Mouchak 06 - Mirpur-Airport Road overpass 5- Mohakhali Flyover 4- Khilgaon Flyover 3- Kuril Flyover 2- Mirpur-Airport Road Flyover 1- Mayor Hanif Flyover thanks for watching top10bd.
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বিশ্ব ব্যবসা ও বাণিজ্য কেন্দ্র, চট্টগ্রাম - World Trade Center, Chittagong

বিশ্ব ব্যবসা ও বাণিজ্য কেন্দ্র, চট্টগ্রাম - World Trade Center, Chittagong

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Chittagong District located in the south-eastern region of Bangladesh.North of India and Tripura State,South of Cox's Bazar district,Before Bandarban,Rangamati & Khagrachari District and on the west,the Bay of Bengal. The port city of Chittagong, second largest city in Bangladesh, is located in this district. The Mughals establish Chittagong as a district in 1666. Division:-Chittagong Division. Coordinates:-22°20′15″N 91°50′20″E / 22.3375°N 91.8389°E. Area:-5,282.98 km2 (2,039.77 sq mi). Population(2011):-7,509,000.Time zone:-BST (UTC+6)City Corporation:-Chittagong City Corporation(CCC)It is 209.66 sq: m: There are 14 Upazilas *The Upazilas are : - 1.Anwara Upazila 2.Banshkhali Upazila 3.Boalkhali Upazila 4.Chandanaish Upazila 5.Fatikchhari Upazila 6.Hathazari Upazila 7.Lohagara Upazila 8.Mirsharai Upazila 9.Patiya Upazila 10.Rangunia Upazila 11.Raozan Upazila 12.Sandwip Upazila 13.Satkania Upazila 14.Sitakunda Upazila
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Chittagong under water. | Extreme suffering in urban life

Chittagong under water. | Extreme suffering in urban life

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The Mayor may go to the mayor, but the water logging of Chittagong does not go away. The fame of the commercial capital of Chittagong from Mughal Amal. How many countries using Chittagong, how many cities and many improvements are made in Bangladesh. So much development has been made in Chittagong and due to the development, but when the rainy season comes, the progress of Chittagong has been lost in the strong inflow of rainy season. Not just infrastructure development due to lack of proper management. China's grief was felt in the Huanghu River but the disturbing water of Chittagong was felt. Thanks for watching this video and follow me below here.... Watch more videos - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N7wK35E2RuM Like our facebook page - https://web.facebook.com/abihaYellowTv/ join us google plus - https://plus.google.com/u/1/communities/110023504033098244772
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Chittagong

Chittagong

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Chittagong /tʃɪtəɡɒŋ/ (Bengali: চট্টগ্রাম Bengali pronunciation: [tʃɔt̠t̠ɔgram]; Porto Grande de Bengala; Mughal Islamabad) is a major coastal seaport city and financial centre in southeastern Bangladesh. The city has a population of more than 2.5 million while the metropolitan area has a population of over 6.5 million, making it the second largest city in the country. It is the capital of an eponymous district and division. The city is located on the banks of the Karnaphuli River between the Chittagong Hill Tracts and the Bay of Bengal. The natural harbour of Chittagong has been a gateway to the historic region of Bengal for centuries. It was a prominent trading centre and hosted the first European colonial enclaves in Bengal, which were operated by the Portuguese in the 16th and 17th centuries. The district was ruled by the Sultanate of Bengal, the Kingdom of Mrauk U and the Mughal Empire until the 18th century, at which point it was ceded to the British East India Company. The port was the terminus of the Grand Trunk Road and the Assam Bengal Railway. During the Burma Campaign in World War II, the city was also a key base for Allied Forces. Rapid industrialisation followed the war. Becoming a part of East Pakistan in 1947, the city was the site of Bangladesh's Declaration of Independence in 1971. Modern Chittagong is a major hub of trade and industry. The Port of Chittagong is the largest international seaport on the Bay of Bengal. The city is home to many of Bangladesh's oldest and largest companies, as well as the Chittagong Stock Exchange, the Chittagong Tea Auction and the eastern division of the Bangladesh Railway. The Chittagong Naval Area is the largest base of the Bangladesh Navy. Though despite having a high and growing urban per capita GDP in South Asia and being one of the fastest growing cities in the world, the city has a poverty rate of 11.3%, as of 2010. Chittagong is reputed as a relatively clean city, but still confronts substantial logistical and socioeconomic problems.
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Amazing beauty of Rangamati, Chittagong, Bangladesh

Amazing beauty of Rangamati, Chittagong, Bangladesh

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Amazing beauty of Rangamati, Chittagong, Bangladesh Rangamati: Rangamati is the administrative headquarters of Rangamati Hill District in the Chittagong Hill Tracts of Bangladesh. It is also a Capital city of Chittagong Hill Tracts. The town is located at 22°37'60N 92°12'0E and has an altitude of 14 metres (46 ft).[The district is administered by an office named as District Administration, Rangamati From Chittagong a 77 km road leads to Rangamati. The township is located on the western bank of the Kaptai lake. Rangamati is a holiday destination because of its landscape, scenic beauty, lake, colourful indigenous groups (Chakma, Marma etc.), its flora and fauna, indigenous museum, hanging bridge etc. Geography: Rangamati is located in the Chittagong Division. It is bordered by the Tripura state of India to the north, Bandarban District to the south, Mizoram State of India and Chin State of Myanmar to the east, and Khagrachari and Chittagong Districts to the west. The area of the district is 6116 km2 of which 1292 km2 is riverine and 4825 km2 is under forest vegetation. Tribal population : Chakma-1,86,395, Marma-44,727, Tanchanga-18,607, Tripura-6,697, Pankho- 2,118, Bowm-1,053, khyang- 791, Lusai- 217, Chak- 177, Rakhain-70, Khumi- 50, Gurkha-03, Etc.-174. Economy: Kaptai Lake Indigenous group's Hand loom cloth called Thami The economy of Rangamati is hugely dependent on agriculture with a total of 41.94% of the population employed there. Other occupational percentages are: agricultural labourer 12.06%, wage labourer 4.95%, commerce 8.22%, service 13.04%, fishing 2.02%, industry 4.57%, forestry 3.2% and others 10%. A grand total of 12275 hectares of land is used for cultivation,producing food and non food crops such as rice, potato, corn, mustard seed, cotton and jute among others. Fruits such as mango, jackfruit, banana, pineapple, litchi, black berry are also grown in Rangmati. Notable cottage industries of Rangamati are weaving, blacksmithing and wood work.Weaving is particularly famous for their woolen and jute rugs and hand loom cloth. Major industries include Chandraghona paper and rayon mill, Plywood Factory, Ghagra Textile and a Satellite Station at Betbunia amongst many others, producing and exporting goods. Get in: You can come to Rangamati by bus from Chittagong there is one direct bus Paharica starts from Chittagong at 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM and from Rangamati at 8:00 AM to 8:50 PM in every one hour interval and takes around 2.5 hours. The Paharica bus fare is 120tk (as of April 2014) and you can get the tickets from Muradpur, Oxygen Mor. There are lots of local buses towards Rangamati from the same Oxygen but those buses stops at any point where there is passenger which overloads the bus all-times and takes 3 hours journey. There are a few direct buses from the capital Dhaka. These buses are not air conditioned. There are some local buses from the nearby districts. rangamati tourist spot,rangamati hotel list,rangamati sajek,rangamati city,rangamati travel guide,rangamati map,resort at rangamati,rangamati west bengal. Music: Long Road Ahead by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100588 Artist: http://incompetech.com/
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Beautiful Chittagong by Ctg Chowdhury ( চট্টগ্রাম)

Beautiful Chittagong by Ctg Chowdhury ( চট্টগ্রাম)

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Chittagong (চট্টগ্রাম) Bengali pronunciation is a major coastal seaport city and financial centre in southeastern Bangladesh. The city has a population of more than 2.5 million while the metropolitan area has a population of over 6.5 million, making it the second largest city in the country. It is the capital of an eponymous district and division. The city is located on the banks of the Karnaphuli River between the Chittagong Hill Tracts and the Bay of Bengal. Much of Chittagong Division is located within the ecological Indo-Burma zone on the boundary of the India Plate and Burma Plate. This makes Chittagong the crossroads of the Indian subcontinent and Southeast Asia. The port city has been known by various names in history, including Chatigaon, Chatigam, Chattagrama, Islamabad, Chattala, Chaityabhumi and Porto Grande De Bengala.
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STREET FOOD || STREET FOOD IN BANGLADESH!!!  SPECIAL CHICKEN BIRIYANI IN CHITTAGONG

STREET FOOD || STREET FOOD IN BANGLADESH!!! SPECIAL CHICKEN BIRIYANI IN CHITTAGONG

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This video will show you a cheap food in street of Chittagong,commercial capital of Bangladesh. This video is about handmade special cheap chicken biriyani which is found all over the city. though this is cheap food but taste is awesome and people love it most as snakes in afternoon and evening and night.
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Panam Nagar_Bangladesh

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Panam Nagar or Panam City is an earliest city of Sonargaon thana in Narayanganj district, about 2.5 kilometers to the north of Dhaka-Chittagong Highway at Mograpara Point. Panam is only 0.5km away from Sonargaon Folk Art Museum. It is seemed to have been the city of Hindu capital city of Sonargaon. Panam Nagar, the gorgeous structures was rising in the last quarter of the 13th century. After that Panam area formed part of Muslim city developed on the old city, and perhaps made up the place of residence of the early Muslim governors. When the Mughal took over the control of Sonagaon, they constructed highways and bridges and made a new look of Sonagaon and Panam City. Mughal era was the most significant era for all the region of sub-continent. Panam city has no different for this circumstances. Huge amount of construction works and developments in the life of city dweller had been occurring in the time of Mughal. Some works of Mughal period still visible at present. Three brick bridges belonging to the Mughal period are: Panam Bridge, Dalalpur Bridge, Panam Nagar Bridge. Panam Bridgeis to be found at a little further to the east of Habibpur on a brick made road between Companiganj and Bari-Majlish, in Sonargaon. The bridge, constructed over Pankhiraj canal on a village road from Hajiganj to Baidyerbazar, belongs to the Mughal period. It consists of three archways, the middle arch being wider and higher. The first one is the smaller one and the last one is greater than the first one. DalalpurBridge, also the symbol of Mughal structurecrosses the Pankhiraj Khal (canel) on the northern side of Panam Nagar in Sonagaon and connects Adampur and Dalalpur. It has also three archways. It may be the tradition of Mughal artifact that the middle arch was made wider and higher for the secure passageway of boats. The path is made of bricks set in rounded lines. The bridge angles downward sharply on either side. The last one is Panam Nagar Bridge. It is a tiny one vaulted overpass situated on the western side of Panam Nagar in Sonagaon.The Bridge, over a narrow channel, attaches Panam Nagar with the main road. A group of Hindu talukdars chose this place as their residence. The existing brick buildings of Panamnagar were the residence of the Hindu merchant-talukdars. Panam Nagar which developed in the nineteenth century continued to prosper till the end of the Second World War. Panam Nagar, a unique township, Fifty two houses exist in on its last legs and abandoned condition having 31 in the north side of the street and 21 on the south. Panam Nagar appears to be well protected by artificial canals all around. Two fairly large canals run parallel to the street on its either part and connected by a narrow canal on the western side over which is the entrance bridge. The building structures in Panam Nagar are both separated and joined types, typically rectangular in shape and extended in the north-south direction. Height of the buildings varies from single to three storied. According to building layout design the residence houses of Panam can be categorized into three basic types: central hall type, central courtyard type and consolidated type. Here you also find a large size of house having 204 rooms in it. It is a private property of Mr.Abdul Awal who brought this house from the inheritor of Jamidar Ram Mohan Poddar in 1971. Panam had overall been a Hindu populated area. The migration of the Hindus to India after the Indo-Pak War of 1965 and Muslim-Hindu riot has made Panam Nagar into a vacant community.
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Beautiful Chittagong

Beautiful Chittagong

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Chittagong is the second largest city in Bangladesh. It is the Commercial Capital City of Bangladesh. The surrounding mountains and rivers make the city attractive. Karnaphuli River falls in Chittagong. The largest land port of the country, “Chittagong Port”, situated in Chittagong. That’s why Chittagong is the city for export and import. Most of the large industries of Bangladesh are situated in Chittagong. Chittagong, is an ideal vacation spot. Its green hills and forests, its broad sandy beaches and its fine cool climate always attract the holiday-makers. Described by the Chinese traveler poet, Huen Tsang (7th century A D) as “a sleeping beauty emerging from mists and water” and given the title of “Porto Grande” by the 16th both the descriptions even today. It combines the busy hum of an active seaport with the soothing quiet of a charming hill town. Chittagong is the country’s chief port and is the main site for the establishment of heavy, medium and light industries. Bangladesh’s only steel mill and oil refinery are also located in Chittagong. War Cemetry, Chittagong The war Cemetery is graveyards of the members of the Alied forces killed in the Indo-Burmese front during the World War II. In total, 755 soldiers from Australia, Britain, Canada, East and West Africa, India, New Zealand and other countries were buried in this cemetery.It was built on the fi4rst half of the decade of 50s, located in hillside sloping place in the southwest corner of Chittagong Medical College Hospital. The total area of this cemetery is 8 acres, which is protected and supervised by the Common Wealth Graves Commission. There is an open field and beautiful garden just outside the cemetery. The whole scenery and environment of the area is eye-catching, solemn and tranquil at the same time. Patenga Sea Beach It is a natural beauty spot. Here is the confluence of the river Karnaphuli and the Bay of Bengal. The beach has been protected from erosion by the bay with help of boulders. There is the sandy beach from which one can find the waters of the bay. Visitors can have a view of the bay sitting on the heaps of boulders, walk along the sandy beach or can enjoy the illusive touch of the little of the setting sun. The beach is stressed up to 22km. It is 20 km. away from the Zero Point. The natural beauty of Patenga sea beach attracts thousands of visitors almost daily.
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How i can watch Amazone city Chittagong  of Bangladesh

How i can watch Amazone city Chittagong of Bangladesh

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Chittagong has been a seaport since ancient times. The region was home to the ancient Bengali Buddhist Samatata and Harikela states.[1] It later fell under of the rule of the Gupta Empire, the Pala Empire and the Vesali kingdom of Arakan till the 7th century. Arabs traded with the port from the 9th century AD. An account by historian Lama Taranath has revealed a Buddhist king Gopichandra had his capital at Chittagong in the 10th century, and according to Tibetan tradition, Chittagong was the birthplace of 10th century Buddhist Tantric Tilayogi.[2] In the Fourteenth Century, explorer Ibn Battuta passed through Chittagong during his travels. Sultan Fakhruddin Mubarak Shah of Sonargaon conquered Chittagong in 1340 AD.[3] Sultan Giasuddin Mubarak Shah constructed a highway from Chittagong to Chandpur and ordered the construction of many lavish mosques and tombs. After the defeat of Mahmud Shah in the hands of Sher Shah in 1538, the Arakanese Kingdom of Mrauk U regained Chittagong. From this time onward, until its conquest by the Mughals, this region was under the control of the Portuguese and the Magh pirates (a notorious name for Arakanese) for 128 years.[2]The Mughal commandar Shayestha Khan and his son Buzurg Umed Khan expelled the Arakanese from the area in 1666 and established Mughal rule there. After the Arakanese expulsion, Islamabad, as the area came to be known, made great strides in economic progress. This can mainly be attributed to an efficient system of land-grants to selected diwans or faujdars in order to clear massive areas of hinterland and start cultivation. The Mughals, similar to the Afghans who came earlier, also built mosques having a rich contribution to the architecture in the area. What is called Chittagong today also began to have improved connections with the rest of Mughal Bengal. The city was occupied by Burmese troops shortly in First Anglo-Burmese War in 1824 and the British increasingly grew active in the region and it fell under the British Empire. The people of Chittagong made several attempts to gain independence from the British, notably on November 18, 1857 when the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th companies of the 34th Bengal Infantry Regiment stationed at Chittagong rose in rebellion and released all the prisoners from jail but were suppressed by the Kuki scouts and the Sylhet Light Infantry (10th Gurkha Rifles).[2] Chittaong grew at the beginning of the twentieth century after the partition of Bengal and the creation of the province of Eastern Bengal and Assam.[4] The construction of the Assam Bengal Railway to Chittagong facilitated further development of economic growth in the city. However, revolutionaries and opposition movements grew during this time. Many people in Chittagong supported Khilafat and Non-Cooperation movements.
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