Kotka Beach Kotka Beach is one of the beautiful places of Sundarbans, the world’s largest mangrove forest. The distance of Kotka Beach from the port of Mongla is about 90 kilometers. To enjoy the natural beauty of the Sundarbans, there is a 40 feet watchtower in Kotka. Kotka sea beach is about three kilometers walking distance from the north side Kotka watchtower. The Kotka beach is known as the Jamtola beach to the local people. On the way to the beach, different types of Jam (one type of berry) trees can be seen. That’s why the beach is called the Jamatola beach. Crab’s artwork is seen across the calm and clean Kotka beaches. The Kotka beach is directly meet to Kachikhali in the east. The wave size on this beach is extremely variable and it is very risky to get on the water for unknown quicksands on this beach. For these reasons, Jamtala or Kotka beach is not ideal for taking a bath. One of the main attractions of the Sundarbans is Royal Bengal Tiger. However, it is difficult to see tigers in the forest. And if the tiger is found on it, there is also a matter of safety. But seeing the tiger and staying safe – both can be possible from the Kotka sanctuary, the beautiful tourist center of Sundarbans. The Royal Bengal Tigers, one of the main attractions of the Sundarbans, are often seen here. Apart from this, beautiful spotted deer, the variety of birds, the calm nature and the presence of wild animals, Katka sanctuary always occupies a separate place on the list of tourists. There is a rest house of the Forest Department in Kotka. There is a wooden jetty here to get out from the launch. The rest house is near to the jetty.
Shat Gombuj Mosque Shat Gombuj Mosque (Sixty-Dome Mosque) is an ancient mosque located in the south-west of Bagerhat district of Bangladesh. It is one of the most attractions in Bagerhat of Khulna Division. And also there are Sundarbans. But there is no doubt about the architecture of the mosque that Khan-i-Jahan Ali had built it. It is believed that he built it in the 15th century. Shat Gombuj Mosque was built for many years and with a lot of money. The stones were brought from Rajmahal. It is located in one of the three world heritage sites of Bangladesh. The archipelago was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Center in 1985. There is no inscription on the mosque. So no accurate information is available about who was created or at what time it was built. The mosque is about 160 feet in the north-south direction and about 143 feet long in the interior and about 104 feet on the east-west side and about 88 feet wide in the interior. The walls are about 8 feet thick. History: The history of today’s Bagerhat has been found in the Bengal Sultanate of Sultan Nasir al-Din Mahmud Shah (1442-1459). In the 15th century, an administrator of the Sultanate Ulugh Khan Jahan (1433-1459) founded this city. 1459 was mentioned in his grave as the year of his death. It is evident from the fact that the city was built in the 15th century. It is a planned city of roads, bridges and water supply. There are still two ponds are alive among his excavated ponds: “Ghoradighi” and “Dargadighi.” It is known that due to political and economic, Delhi’s sultanate is far from India. He wanted to preach Islam in Bengal on the verge of expansion and he was given the responsibility of Ulugh Khan Jahan, who was
Sundarbans Sundarbans is the largest mangrove forest in Bangladesh. It’s also the largest mangrove forest in the world. Sundarbans is located in the coastal region of the Bay of Bengal. It is a vast forest which is one of the natural wonders of the world and also worlds Heritage Site recognized and compiled by UNESCO. It was recognized as UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997. Actually, most of the people in the world commonly known as Bangladesh is the natural beauty and greenery. As an example, we can see this amazing forest. This mangrove forest is so amazing and attractive that you can not explain if you don’t see your own eyes. So you should visit this place at least one time in your life. Then you can easily realize that how much beautiful this forest is! Expand across Khulna, Satkhira, Bagerhat, Patuakhali, and Barguna districts of Bangladesh and the two districts of West Bengal state of India expand across North 24 Pargana and South 24 Pargana. Khulna is one the most popular tourist division of Bangladesh and there is also heritage Shat Gombuj Mosque. As the largest mangrove forest in the coastal environment, the Sundarbans is the world’s largest integrated forest. This forest, which is spread over 10,000 square kilometers, has 6,017 square kilometers in Bangladesh and the rest is in India. Name of Bangladesh and Indian part respectively “Sundarbans” and “Sundarbans National Park”. This is so beautiful and attractive one of the forest in Bangladesh. It’s amazing. In the Sundarbans, there are marine streams, mud spy and small-scale archipelago with saltwater mangrove forests. 31.1 percent of the total forest area, which is 1,874 square kilometers, includes riverine, inlet and of water zones. On 21 May 1992, the mangrove forest were recognized as the place of Ramsagar. There is a