Jamuna Future Park Jamuna Future Park is a shopping mall in Dhaka. It’s the largest shopping mall in Bangladesh. This is a multi-storied shopping center located in Baridhara of Dhaka. It is known as the 11th of the world and the largest shopping mall in South Asia. It has an area of 1,614,586 square feet (150,000 m2). The Jamuna Future Park is located along the side of Dhaka city’s elite places such as Baridhara, Pragati Sarani, and Gulshan. Jamuna Builds Ltd. started the construction of this project in 2002 and opened it on 6 September 2013 for the general public. There are many things in the shopping mall. Outdoor rides are the first to be seen to go to the Jamuna Future Park. Here are six exciting rides booming in the world. The centrally air-conditioned shopping complex has seven floors, equipped with its own 45 MW power plant and Wi-Fi internet. This shopping complex has all kinds of shopping and entertainment facilities. ‘Blockbuster Cinemas’ has been composed of seven cinema halls of the latest technology. There are seven types of attractive interior designs for seven cinema halls, organized in such a way that all the arrangements and designs are arranged in such a way that only people from the country and abroad for meeting entertainment and expectations. How to go here? It is easy to go from Kuril Flyover to Jamuna Future Park. However, Anywhere in Dhaka city can easily to go to Gulshan. Baridhara is located beside Gulshan and there is Jamuna Future Park on the side of the road. It’s easy to arrive from Shahjalal International Airport. It is located very close to the Kuril flyover. Jamuna Future Park Week is closed on Sunday. (NB) This schedule is changeable.
Hussaini Dalan The Hussaini Dalan was originally built during the latter half of the Mughal rule (17th century) in Dhaka. It’s another attractive tourist place in Dhaka. It was built as the Imambara or house of the Imam (religious leader) of the Shia community. Hussaini Dalan serves as the main Hussainiya of Dhaka, or venue for majlis or gatherings held during the month of Muharram, tenth-day religious gathering commemorates the martyrdom of Hussain, the grandson of the Islamic prophet Muhammad. It is open from 7.00am to 10.00pm daily. How to go there? Hossaini Dalan is situated in Nimtali of old Dhaka and Hossaini Dalan Road in Chakharpol area. From anywhere in Dhaka city can easily go to Old Dhaka via the public buses or CNG.
Rose Garden Palace Rose Garden Palace a traditional building of KM Das Lane in Tikatuli, Old Dhaka. Rose Garden Palace is so beautiful place for traveling. 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 Rose 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 the Rose Garden Palace on Haran Day. In 1989 the Department of Archeology preserved the palace reserve. This is building actually an attractive. This is historical places in Dhaka and also tourist places of Bangladesh. Here you can find many good things and also make photography. 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.
Dhakeshwari Temple Dhakeshwari Temple is a national temple located in Dhaka city of Bangladesh. The oldest and most important temple in Dhaka is the Dhakeswari temple. It is said that it has been named “Goddess of Dhaka”, ie, the protector of the city of Dhaka. The temple is located in a small ambient wall on the northern side of Dhakeswari Road, approximately 1.6 kilometers south-west of Salimullah Hall. There is a lion gate to enter the temple premises. The lion is called Nahabatkhana Arcane. There are many stories about the history of the Dhakeswari temple. It is assumed that the King of the Senas, Vallal Sen founded it in the 12th century. However, many historians believe that the architecture of the time does not match its architecture. Various changes have been made at different times in the structure and deployment of this temple. Once spoken, Raja Bijoy Sen’s Queen went to the bath in Langalband. On his way back to the bath, he had a son, who was known as Balal Sen in history. After the ascendancy of Vallal Sen, this temple was built to keep its birthplace memorable. How to go here? After going to Shahbagh from anywhere in Dhaka by bus or CNG, the rickshaw could be taken to a temple of aesthetic located on the south-western corner of Salimullah Hall of Dhaka University. The rickshaw will be taken Tk 20-30 from Shahbagh. Weekly prayer day Friday – Mother worship of Puja, Time: 10.00 am. Saturday – Saturday worship, time: 6:00 pm. Sunday – Kirtan Hari Service, Time: 5.00 pm to 9.00 pm. Monday – Shiva worship, other, time: from 7.00am to 9.00pm Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday – Durga maat worship, time: 7.00am to 9.00pm In addition to daily and weekly prayer, worship is worshiped every day and
Star Mosque The star mosque is not a sign of the Mughal or the Sultanate stamp, but the visitors have taken a lot of attention. It is also among the more aesthetic mosques of Dhaka. They are situated on the Abul Khayrat road in Armanitola, Old Dhaka. This mosque, built on a blue marble star on the white marble dome, was built in the early eighteen rituals. It was not built on the date of the construction of the mosque. Taraya starred in the mosque was not starred at first. The way I see it, it was not even there. Even when the mosque was built, its name was not known as a star mosque. It is known that in the eighteenth century, in the ‘Mahalla Alley Abu Sayid’ in Dhaka (later Jar was named Armanitola), Zamindar Mirza Golam Pir (Mirza Ahmad Jan) was the grandson of Dhaka’s wealthy person, Mir Abu Saeed. Mirza Golam Pir (Mirza Ahmad Jan) built this mosque. It was initially known as Mirza Saheb’s Mosque. It was also known as Sitara mosque. Mirza Golam Pir died in 1860. Later, in 1926, Ali Jan Bepari, the local businessman of Dhaka, reformed the mosque. He added a verandah on the east side of the mosque. At that time, Tarar Motiep decorated with colorful tiles of Japan. From the dome to the walls of the mosque, the mosque was later known as the mosque due to the overwhelming design of the decoration. The mosque has its impact on the mosque. This type of feature was noticed in the Masjid of Dhaka. It is interesting to note that in the seventeenth century the architecture of Delhi, Agra and Lahore, the principality of Mughal architecture styled. At the time of Mirza Ghulam, the mosque was three domed, 33 feet (10.06
Baitul Mukarram Mosque When you travel to all beautiful places in Bangladesh, I think you should visit the Baitul Mukarram Mosque. Because It’s also most beautiful and respectful place in Bangladesh. Baitul Mukarram Mosque is the National Mosque of Bangladesh. Baitul Mukarram also spelled as Baytul Mukarrom. It’s Located at the center of Dhaka, capital of Bangladesh. It took eight years to complete the construction of the mosque. Its construction began on 27 January 1960 and was completed in 1968. The mosque has a capacity of 30,000, giving it the respectable position of being the 10th biggest mosque in the world. However, the mosque is constantly getting overcrowded. “A lot of people visit the musjid throughout the month of Ramadan. Within the 2 Eid days, the masjid becomes overcrowded.” This especially occurs during the Islamic holy month of Ramadan, which has resulted in the Bangladeshi government having to add extensions to the mosque, thus increasing the capacity to at least 40,000. It is one of the most beautiful mosques in the Bangladesh. Baitul Mukarram’s large cube shape was modeled to that of the Ka’abah at Mecca making it a noticeable structure is unlike any other mosque in Bangladesh. The structure has a unique architectural design. It is a symbol of Islamic architecture in Bangladesh. How to go there? Baitul Mukarram Mosque is situated in Gulistan of Dhaka city. The mosque is about 18 kilometers away from the Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport. It may take around 1:20 Minutes with any traffic for arriving this mosque. There are many Buses, CNG etc. for transportation. From anywhere in Dhaka city can go to Gulistan easily via the public buses or CNG.
Jahangirnagar University Jahangirnagar University is a public university in Bangladesh, based in Savar Upazila, Dhaka. It is the only fully residential university in Bangladesh. The university was established in 1970 by the Jahangirnagar Muslim University Ordinance of the government of Pakistan. Its first vice-chancellor, Mafiz Uddin Ahmad (Ph.D. in chemistry, University of Illinois, Chicago) took up office on 24 September 1970. The first group of students, a total of 150, was enrolled in four departments: Economics, Geography, Mathematics, and Statistics. Its formal inauguration was delayed until 12 January 1971, when the university was launched by Rear Admiral S. M. Ahsan, the chancellor. It operated as a project until 1973, when the ‘Jahangirnagar Muslim University Act’ was amended as the ‘Jahangirnagar University Act’. In 2014, the university had 16,781 students, 755 teachers, and 1,430 other employees. On 2 March 2014, Farzana Islam, a professor of the Anthropology Department, was appointed the vice-chancellor of JU, marking the country’s first woman to hold the position. How to go there? Jahangirnagar University is located in Savar Upazila the Capital of Dhaka. Distance about 35 km north-west of the capital, Dhaka. From Dhaka to Savar, now it is very easy to go in short time. Two types of transport, one is the bus and the other is CNG. You can go from Motijheel and Gulistan to Framgate, Asadgate, Shyamoli, Gabtoli, and Hemayetpur to Savar. From anywhere in Dhaka can easily go to Savar via the CNG.
02_Jahangirnagar_University Jahangirnagar University Jahangirnagar University is a public university in
Dhaka University On the first day of July 1921, the Dhaka University opened its doors to students with Sir P.J. Hartog as the first Vice-Chancellor of the University. The University of Dhaka was set up in a picturesque part of the city known as Ramna on 600 acres of land. The University of Dhaka (also known as Dhaka University or simply DU), is the oldest university in modern Bangladesh. The university is ranked number one on the Bangladesh University ranking 2017. After the Partition of India, it became the focal point of progressive and democratic movements in Pakistan. Its students and teachers played a central role in the rise of Bengali nationalism and the independence of Bangladesh. Dhaka University is one of the most beautiful and attractive in Bangladesh’s all universities. There are Tsc, Curzon Hall, Shahid Minar and Suhrawardy Udyan besides area of the Dhaka University. Every day, there are coming a lot of peoples for visiting these. How to go there? Dhaka University is located in Shabagh the central of Dhaka city. From anywhere in Dhaka city can easily go to Shabagh via the public buses or CNG.
Hatirjeel Excellent beauty of Dhaka One place named Hatirjheel. Dhaka’s newly opened Hatirjheel flyover, the evening for the Dhaka residents, the tour center. A lot of people came here to find peace here. The light of the color is impossible in a very beautiful environment, but it is available from the mechanics of Hatirjheel. Hatirjheel is an area of Bangladesh’s capital Dhaka which has been built for public transport. The project area is exposed and opened to the public on January 2, 2013. As a result of this project, passengers of Tejgaon, Gulshan, Badda, Rampura, Mouchak, and Magbazar areas of Dhaka are getting special privileges. Bangladesh Army’s Special Works Organization (SWO) is implementing and supervising the Hatirjheel project. One of the main objectives of this project is to improve rainwater waterlogging, and flood prevention, to improve the dirt water drainage system, reduce traffic congestion and strengthen the capital. It is now a popular recreational spot for residents of Dhaka and is currently undergoing renovation. Hatirjheel has turned into one of the most favorite recreational places in Dhaka for the city dwellers. Numerous tourists and pedestrians visit the site every evening to enjoy the reflection of light and the fresh air. In the afternoon people, especially couples, visit Hatirjheel for recreational purposes. Since congested buildings permeate most of Dhaka, leaving few open places for people to feel the fresh air, Hatirjheel attracts the city dwellers with its fresh air. How to go there? From anywhere in Dhaka can easily go to Hatirjeel via the buses or CNG. Hatirjeel is situated in the center of Dhaka city. There is a bus service to visit Hatirjheel.
Armenian church Dhaka The Armenian Church is an ancient Christian religious place of Old Dhaka. The Armenian Church (also known as Armenian Apostolic Church of the Holy Resurrection) is a historically significant architectural monument situated in the Armanitola area of old Dhaka, Bangladesh. “The church bears testimony to the existence of a major Armenian community within the region in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.” It was established in 1781 AD. It is located in Armanitola, old Dhaka. In the 18th and nineteenth century, many Armenians came to Dhaka for business and trade. Before the churches were built, there was a cemetery of Armenians at that place. Aga Minas Ketchik donated the land for this church. In 1880, the church was stopped for financial restraint. In the earthquake of 1897, the church clock collapsed. Armenians’ cemetery is located in the courtyard of the church. How to go there? The Armenian Church is situated in old Dhaka. From anywhere in Dhaka city can easily go to old Dhaka via the buses or CNG.
Ramna Park is a park situated in Ramna area of Dhaka city. It is a large park and most beautiful area situated in the heart of Dhaka, the capital city of Bangladesh. Every year there is the festival of Pahela Baishakh. This park is one of the most beautiful areas in Dhaka city with lots of trees and a lake near its center. This park was established in 1610 in the Mughal period. At that time, the Ramna range was a huge area. The Mughals have named Ramna. From the old High Court building to the current road building, Mughals constructed gardens. But later in the company’s time, the area became a jungle. It was developed in the 19th century with the help of British rulers and Nawab of Dhaka. The construction of the city’s city plan was started in 1908 and was one of the key guests of the Qi Gardens in London. El Proudlock’s caretaker Development of Chir Ramna Park in the City Plan of the City Plan It took 20 years to finish the job. Ramna Park now protects an area of 68.50 acres (277,200 m2), of which the lake covers 8.76 acres (35,500 m2). Ramna Park now grows 71 species of flowering trees shrubs, perennials, and annuals, 36 species fruit-bearing plant, 33 species medicinal plant and 41 species of forestry and 11 other species. Walkways inside the park have been widened and five new gates built for entry from different sides. The Park features many beautiful and modern venues for relaxation. Presently every year in the Ramna Park, the festival is celebrated every year on the first day of Baishakh. The ritual ceremony is now very popular in Ramna Batmul’s Chayant. How to go there? Ramna Park is situated in the center of Dhaka City. There
Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Novo Theatre Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Novo Theatre is a planetarium on Bijoy Sharani Avenue of Tejgaon area in Dhaka, Bangladesh. The Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Novo Theatre opened to the public on 25 September 2004. It was previously named Bhashani Novo Theatre. It was made autonomous by Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Novo Theatre Bill 2010. The space center was commissioned by the Ministry of Science and Communication Technology of the Government of Bangladesh. There are many things for seeing in Sheikh Mujib Novo Theatre. Here you can find good things about Science If you become a student then you should visit this. As a result of the visit here, you can easily grow your knowledge and ability to know more effective data about Science. How to go there? Sheik Mujib Novo Theatre is located in Central of Dhaka and beside the National Parliament House. If you want to go here from anywhere in Dhaka, you can easily go to Sheik Mujib Novo Theatre via the buses or CNG.
Lalbagh Fort In the southwest part of Dhaka, the Lalbagh of old Dhaka is standing proudly along the banks of Buriganga River in the 17th century, the unfinished Mughal fort Lalbagh Fort (whose epic name was Aurangabad fort). The construction was started in 1678 AD by Mughal Subahdar Muhammad Azam Shah who was son of Emperor Aurangzeb and later emperor himself. His successor, Shaista Khan, did not continue the work, though he stayed in Dhaka up to 1688. Paribah Bibi tombs are notable in the Lalbagh Fort. This is an excellent example of the Mughal period. The Lalbagh fort is located on a wide area. There are three structures in the premises of the fort: Central Darbar Hall and Hammam Khan, Paribah Bibi Tomb, Shahi Mosque of the northwest. In addition, there are gardens on the south-eastern side of the lovely gate and on the roof of the southern wall. Inspection schedule Summer schedule: (April-September) – (Saturday-Wednesday) 10.30 am – 5.30pm Friday – 3.00 pm – 7.30pm Winter Schedule: (October-March) – (Saturday-Wednesday) 9.30am – 4.30pm Friday – 2.30 pm – 7.30pm Full day on Sunday, the half-day fort on Monday is closed. Besides, the Lalbagh fort remained closed on all public holidays. How to go there? It’s located on the bank of the Buriganga River in Old Dhaka. You can go easily from anywhere in Dhaka city by the public bus or CNG. CNG is very comfortable.
Ahsan Manzil is located on the bank of the Buriganga River in Islampur of Old Dhaka. Ahsan Manzil Palace was the residence of the Nawab family of Dhaka and the court. It was earlier the palace of Nawabs of Dhaka. Currently, it is used as a museum. Its founder, Nawab Abdul Gani, named him after his son Khwaja Ahsanullah. The construction work of Ahsan Manzil began in 1859 and ended in 1872. In 1906, the decision to establish a Muslim League was held in a meeting held here. Surprisingly, this building is one of Dhaka’s best architectural patterns. And it’s also one of the most beautiful & attractive tourist places in Dhaka. Ahsan Manzil is one of the most significant architectural monuments of Bangladesh. The building structure was established on a raised platform of 1 meter, the two-storied palace measures 125.4m by 28.75m. The palace Ahsan Manzil is divided into two parts: the eastern side and the western side. The eastern building with the dome is called the Rangmahal and the western side with the living rooms is called Andarmahal. The high octagonal dome is placed on the central round room. There is a large drawing room, card room, library, stateroom and two other guest rooms are located on the east side of the palace. It’s amazing. You can’t describe easily, if you don’t see with your own eyes. Recognizing the historical and architectural importance of the Ahsan Manzil, the government of Bangladesh took the initiative to renovate it. In 1985 Ahsan Manzil and its surroundings were acquired. After the completion of the renovation work in 1992 under the supervision of the Directorate of Public Works and Architecture, it was brought under the control of Bangladesh national museum (20 September 1992), and it was turned into a Museum. Every day
Bangladesh National Zoo The National Zoo is located in the Mirpur section of Dhaka, the capital city of Bangladesh. The Zoo contains many native and non-native animals and wildlife and hosts about three million visitors each year. The zoo attracts around 10,000 visitors every day with the number increasing during the weekends and holidays The name of Zoo has been changed 5th February 2015 from Dhaka Zoo to Bangladesh National Zoo. The zoo was opened on June 23, 1974, the 186-acre (75 ha) after necessary construction and procurement of animals from home and abroad. Till then it has been gradually grown into a beautiful and attractive zoological garden exhibiting animals in natural settings using the modern method of keeping. Dhaka Zoo is one of the most favorite places to the kids. Dhaka Zoo is the largest zoo in Bangladesh and is operated by the Ministry of Fisheries and Livestock. The zoo is also known for its poor conditions for animals and the corruption of its officials. The yearly budget of Dhaka Zoo is Tk 37.5 million, out of which Tk 25 million is spent on feeding the animals. The zoo is currently home to 2,150 animals from 134 species. The zoo exhibits 58 species of mammals, including elephants, cheetahs, rhinos, zebras, waterbucks, otters, hyenas, deer, giraffes, impala, black bears, tapirs, hippos, lions, many species of monkeys, chimpanzees, baboons, and Bengal tigers. The aviaries at the zoo house more than 1500 birds representing 91 species, including peacocks, rhea, African gray parrots, cassowary, owls, ostrich, emus, teals, finches, babblers, owls, vultures, and eagles. The two lakes at the zoo also host migratory water birds each winter. Entry Fees Fees per people 30 take-ups. Every Sunday closed for visitors and Open in every government holiday. National Botanical Garden National Botanical Garden or Bangladesh
National Museum of Bangladesh is the country’s premier museum located in Dhaka city. National Museum of Bangladesh, formally inaugurated on 17 November 1983, is one of the largest museums in South Asia. Dhaka Museum, formally inaugurated on 7 August 1913, was its forerunner. Bangladesh National Museum is devoted to archaeology, classical, decorative and contemporary art, history, natural history, ethnography, and world civilization. It is located at Shahbag, of Dhaka city. From anywhere in Dhaka city easily can go to National Museum of Bangladesh Visiting hour and entry fees Time Schedule: Summer (April-September) Saturday – Wednesday 10.30am to 5.30pm, and Friday from 3 pm to 8 pm). Winter (October to March) Saturday – Wednesday from 9.30 am to 4.30 pm, and Friday from 3 pm to 8 pm). The month of Ramadan: Saturday-Wednesday (9.30 am to 3 pm) The weekly closure of this museum on Thursday. Access Price: Tickets for local visitors are 20 taka Tickets for foreign visitors (SAARC countries) are 20 taka. Tickets for foreign visitors (excluding SAARC) are 100 taka.
Bangabandhu Memorial Museum Bangabandhu Memorial Museum is another famous tourist place in Dhaka. Here you’ll able to know many things about the history of Bangladesh. “Bangabandhu Bhaban was the non-public residence of the beginning father and President of People’s Republic of Bangladesh.” The founder of Independent Bangladesh Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Dhanmondi, who occupied the important time of life in the house of 32, has guided the nation in the struggle for Independence; the house is carrying his memories of today. Currently, it’s the Bangabandhu Memorial Museum. Bangabandhu Memorial Museum is located on the old No 32 Road of Dhanmondi Residential Area of Dhaka. On 15 August 1975, some disgruntled Army officers carried out the Assassination of Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. “His married woman sheik Fazilatunnesa Mujib his sons Sheik Kamal, Sheik Jamal and Sheik Russel were killed in the attack on their residence.” On 12 June 1981, the house was handed over to the surviving family members of Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. “Sheikh Hasina found sheik Mujib’s diaries within the building when the handover and that were later revealed as memoirs.” There are different rare photographs of Sheikh Mujib’s entire life and many reminiscent objects of the last days of his life in the house. “Besides, various things that were employed by Bangabandhu are preserved within the house”. A lake is situated near the Bangabandhu Memorial Museum. The name of Dhanmondi Lake is called. The lake was primarily an abandoned canal of the river Kawran Bazar which was merged with the river Turag. The lake has partially joined the Begunbari canal. Allocations for 16% of Dhanmondi residential areas were allocated. Over time, the lake became a spectacular and various cultural centers were formed around it, among which Ravindra Sarobar is located beside the lake. This is also the most beautiful and
National Martyrs Memorial National Martyrs memorial is one of the most attractive tourists place in Dhaka. In 1971, for the long 9 months of bloody war and millions of martyrs we got this free. Remembrance and sacrifice for the country in the great liberation war, remembrance of those brave martyrs and memorials built for their respect and honor. National Martyrs Memorial is that the memorial of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh established within the memory of the heroism and therefore the sacrifice of all those that gave their lives in the” Bangladesh Liberation War of 1971, which brought independence and separated Bangladesh from Pakistan. It was designed by Syed Mainul Hossain. On 16th December 1972, Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman laid the foundation stone of the memorial to honor the fighters sacrificing their lives and make the war of liberation memorable. A monument is built on about 84 acres of land. Constructed with 7 triangular pillars made of concrete, the main building is formed, which gradually gets elevated above the top. Its height is 150 feet. The height of the first pillar is low and the largest in the stone. It has been referred to as the beginning of the movement, the language movement of 1952. The next pillars are meant to be 1954, 1958, 1962, 1966, 1669 and 1971 respectively. The victory of the war of liberation by the highest pillar implies victory. This monumental feature seems to be of one type from one side to another. It’s not just National martyrs memorial. This is the best tourist place in Dhaka. There is an attractive wide entrance. How to go there? The National Martyr’s Memorial is located in Savar, about 35 km north-west of the capital, Dhaka. From Dhaka to Savar, now it is very easy
Name of the Parliament of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh is Jatiya Sangsad Bhaban or (National Parliament House). The National Parliament House is situated in Sher-e-Bangla Nagar, within the capital of Dhaka.” Its area has 200 acres and total cost became $32m. It can be said that it is the best example of the architectural style of the modern era. It’s not only in Bangladesh, one of the world’s most spectacular buildings. This magnificent building was designed by American renowned architect Louis I Kahn. It’s Supreme Legislature of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh. The number of members of the one-member parliament, 350; Out of which 300 MPs are elected by the people’s direct vote and the remaining 50 seats are reserved for women. The women members of reserved seats are elected by the election of 300 elected members of parliament (indirect election system). The term of parliament is five years. The Bengali nation is always proud of this extraordinary architecture. If a selection of architectural extends from the time of the Pyramid to the present era is made, then in the midst of it, the Parliament building of Bangladesh will get a place in the top row. The artificial lighting system of the Parliament Chamber has been devised in such a manner that it does not obstruct the infiltration of daylight. Jatiya Sangsad Bhaban is so beautiful that it’s very difficult to describe if it is not seen with your own eyes. Parliament building of such beautiful designs is rare in the whole world. Although entrance to the Bhaban, the Main Building, is limited to authorized members of Parliament and workers, the Jatiyo Sangshad complex area is open to guests. North of the complex, across the Lake Road, is Crescent Lake and Chandrima Uddan. The two complexes together form a