Rose Garden a traditional building of KM Das Lane in Tikatuli, Old Dhaka. Rose Garden is so beautiful place for travelling. In 1931, a wealthy businessman named Rishikesh Das built a villa on 22 bighas of land in Rishikesh Road, Old Dhaka. Many important political meetings were held in this house. In 1949, the primary discussion meeting for the formation of East Pakistan Awami Muslim League (later Bangladesh Awami League) was held at this house. The garden is named after Rose Garden because of its abundant rose tree. For this garden, he brought roses with soil from the countries of China, India, Japan and Europe.
The garden was also decorated with lovely fountains, stone statues, etc. There are five rooms and a large house on the second floor of the main building. There are eight rooms on the ground floor. The historic Rose Garden is currently being used as a play and telefilm shooting spot. It’s almost shooting the week here. Here is a picture of the picture that is pictured in Rose Garden on Haran Day. In 1989 the Department of Archeology preserved the palace reserve.
How to go here?
It’s very easy to go here by Rickshaw or CNG from Sadarghat, Gulistan, Motijheel or Sayedabad in Dhaka. Every day from 9 am to 6 pm Rose Garden is open to visitors. There is no weekly closure of Rose Garden.