Lalbagh Fort

Lalbagh Fort (additionally Fort Aurangabad) is a fragmented seventeenth-century Mughal fortress complex that stands before the Buriganga River in the southwestern piece of Dhaka, Bangladesh.[1] The development was begun in 1678 AD by Mughal Subahdar Muhammad Azam Shah who was the child of Emperor Aurangzeb and later heads himself. His successor, Shaista Khan, did not proceed with the work, however, he remained in Dhaka up to 1688.    

South door of the fortification painted by Johan Zoffany in 1787

1814 painting of the post by Charles D'Oyly

Photo of the south door in 1875

Photo of the south door taken by Fritz Kapp in 1904

Mughal ruler Muhammad Azam, the third child of Aurangzeb began the work of the fortification in 1678 amid his bad habit sovereignty in Bengal. He remained in Bengal for 15 months. The post stayed fragmented when he was summoned by his dad Aurangzeb.

Shaista Khan was the new subahdar of Dhaka in that time, and he didn't finish the stronghold. In 1684, the girl of Shaista Khan named Iran Dukht Pari Bibi kicked the bucket there. After her demise, he began to think the fortification as unfortunate and left the structure incomplete.[2] Among the three noteworthy parts of Lalbagh Fort, one is the tomb of Pari Bibi.

After Shaista Khan left Dhaka, it lost its prominence. The primary driver was that the capital was moved from Dhaka to Murshidabad. After the finish of the illustrious Mughal period, the fortress ended up plainly surrendered. In 1844, the zone gained its name as Lalbagh supplanting Aurangabad, and the fortress progressed toward becoming Lalbagh Fort.[3]  

For long the stronghold was thought to be a mix of three structures (the mosque, the tomb of Bibi Pari and the Diwan-i-Aam), with two entryways and a segment of the mostly harmed fortress divider. Late unearthings completed by the Department of Archeology of Bangladesh have uncovered the presence of different structures.

The southern fortress divider has a tremendous bastion in the southwestern corner. On the north of the south fortress divider were the utility structures, stable, organization square, and its western part obliged a lovely rooftop plant with courses of action for wellsprings and a water supply. The private part was situated on the east of the west stronghold divider, principally toward the southwest of the mosque.

The stronghold divider on the south had five bastions at customary interims two stories in stature, and the western divider had two bastions; the greatest one is close to the principle southern door. The bastions had an underground passage.

The focal zone of the stronghold is possessed by three structures – the Diwan-i-Aam and the hammam on its east, the Mosque on the west and the Tomb of Pari Bibi in the middle of the two – in one line, however not at an equivalent separation. A water channel with wellsprings at standard interims interfaces the three structures from east to west and north to south.[1]

Diwan-i-Aam is a two storied living arrangement of the Mughal legislative leader of Bengal situated on the east site of the complex.[4] A solitary storied hammam is connected on its west. The hammam partition has an underground space for bubbling water. Along parcel, divider keeps running along the western exterior of the hammam.[1]

The building is arranged around 39 meters (136') toward the west of the tank, running from north to south. The outer estimations of the building are 32.47m x 8.18m (107' x 29').[5]

There are living quarters on each level of two stories and a fundamental focal corridor associating them. There is a Hammamkhana (Bathhouse) in the southern piece of the building which is one of the seventh Hammamkhana as yet existing in remains in the legacy of Bangladesh.[5]

Late unearthings (1994–2009) demonstrate that there was an uncommon room underneath the room of Hammamkhana, where archeologists found the game plans for warming water, providing the boiling point water and also cool water to the Hammamkhana through the earthenware funnels which was extraordinarily fabricated for such reason. The revelation of dark spots in the underground room evidence that fire had been utilized with the end goal of warming the water for the Hammamkhana. There was additionally a canning room by the side of Hammamkhana.[5]

All the working alongside the plans of Hammamkhana plainly demonstrates that it was particularly being used by the Subadar of Bengal and that Subadar was Shaista Khan. From the report of the Governor of English Factory, it was found out that Shaista Khan used to live in this room and a few Europeans were kept in guardianship here.
A water tank

A square molded water tank (71.63m on each side) is set toward the east of the Diwan-i-Aam. There are four corner stairs to dive into the tank.[1]

Tomb of Bibi Pari

The Tomb of Pari Bibi

The tomb of Bibi Pari, the little girl of Shaista Khan, is amidst the complex. There is a focal square room. It contains the remaining parts of Bibi Pari secured by a false octagonal vault and wrapped by the metal plate.[1] The whole internal divider is secured with white marble. Eight rooms encompass the focal one. There is another little grave in the southeastern corner room.[1]

Lalbagh Fort Mosque

There is a mosque in kellah, Azam Shah to Delhi before he went to the mosque. This three-domed mosque that some consideration. The mosque is the supplication in the assemblage. There are so not very many of the old mosque in Dhaka

Dhaka Mohakali Government Titumir College

Government Titumir faculty could be a faculty within the town of Dhaka within the Mohakhali space in Dhaka, Bangladesh. supported in 1968, it had been referred to as national leader faculty once its location was ruled by the Islamic Republic of Pakistan. this school starts at the degree level.

Readymade Garment Retailers in Uttara,Sector 3

Untitled design.jpgAarong – Bengali for 'Town Fair' – is Bangladesh's most prominent way of life retail chain. This moral brand started in 1978 as an unassuming intends to engage country craftsmans to transcend destitution. Today, with 15 retail locations crosswise over Bangladesh and more than 100 form and way of life product offerings, Aarong bolsters 65,000 craftsmans with reasonable terms of exchange. Changing the retail business with exclusive expectations for quality and masterfulness, this famous brand mixes the conventional with the contemporary in ways thatnever stop to win buyer appealboth at home and abroad. In 1976, when BRAC– the world's biggest improvement association – drew in few provincial ladies to deliver makes, their lone purchasers were a couple scattered retailers in Dhaka. Weeks, even months would go amongst supply and installment, until BRAC interceded and built up Aarong to pay the rustic ladies for their products on time. In the course of recent decades, Aarong has cut out a remarkable market fragment for crafted works, resuscitating Bangladesh's rich legacy and affecting the lives of more than 325,000 individuals through 850 little business people and the Ayesha Abed Foundation. The establishment goes about as Aarong's creation center point, where craftsmans discover business and access to BRAC's all encompassing backing including, maternal medicinal services, cleanliness mindfulness and sponsored lavatories, small scale credit, legitimate guide, day administer to their youngsters. From dirt pots to precious stone gems, and silk and cotton textures to metal and cowhide stock, Aarong's immeasurable scope of creative items, supported by a vigorous store network and dissemination arrange, makes Aarong genuinely a family mark in Bangladesh. Its developing nearness outside of Bangladesh – through reasonable exchange systems and the online shop– keeps on expanding the market for Bangladeshi artworks comprehensively, making more open doors for craftsmans to secure their deep rooted workmanship and employments.

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Bashundhara City

Bashundhara City (Bengali: বসুন্ধরা সিটি):
 is a shopping center in Dhaka, and the second biggest shopping center in Bangladesh with a gross leasable zone of 191,200 square feet (18,000 m2).[2] Opened to general society on 6 August 2004, the shopping center situated in Panthapath, close Kawran Bazar. Bashundhara City is 19 stories tall, of which 8 are utilized for the shopping center and the rest of the corporate base camp of the Bashundhara Group. The shopping center has space for 2,325 retail locations and cafeterias and has an extensive underground exercise room, a multiplex film, a top-floor nourishment court, an ice skating arena, and an amusement stop. The completely aerated and cooled shopping center with housetop patio nurseries is viewed as a cutting-edge image of the developing city of Dhaka. Bashundhara City is one of the biggest shopping centers in South Asia: up to 50,000 individuals visit daily.[2] It is the primary current shopping center in the city, composed by the important draftsman Mustapha Khalid Palash and Mohammad Foyez Ullah of Vistaara
Construction:                                                                                                                                                    Development began in 1998 under Shafiat Sobhan bad habit director Bashundhara Group.[citation needed] The cost of the building was more than $100 million
2009 fire
On 13 March 2009, the top floors of the Bashundhara City complex burst into flames. The blast began around 1:30 pm, after Friday supplications, on one of the top floors.[4] Most of the workplaces were unfilled, as Friday is the primary day of the end of the week in Bangladesh. A security project kicked the bucket as he hopped off the highest point of the working to get away from the fire. Seventeen others were harmed. The central security officer of the building was protected from the rooftop best by a Bangladesh Air Force Bell-212 helicopter.[5] Later around the same time, reports expressed the passing of three more individuals – found in a lift by a gathering of Fire Fighters. Fifty individuals were harmed – the vast majority of them treated for smoke inward breath. The fire took six hours to be conveyed under control because of the mid-year winds.[6][7] It pulled in a great many spectators outside the complex from Panthapath to Hatirpool, bringing about substantial traffic.[4] Priest of Home Affairs Tanjim Ahmad Sohel requested a three-part council to audit the occurrence. He declared the harmed was created as a result of the absence of flame insurance hardware amid the season of the incident.[8] The city leader, Sadeque Hossain Khoka, requested all the fire benefits in the funding to the scene with 15 fire trucks and requested the armed force faculty for their assistance.[9][10] Wikinews has related news: 7 executed, 50 harmed in Bangladesh shopping center fire Wikinews has related news: Bangladesh security fixed after Pilkhana slaughter and Bashundhara City fire The fire was quenched after almost 10 hours. The vast majority of the casualties who kicked the bucket were workers, and the vast majority of the customers were unharmed.[11] The shopping center was shut for two days and was by and by opened to people in general on 16 March. As per the shopping center specialists, harms achieved Tk2 billion (US$29m)
See also:  List of shopping malls in Bangladesh
Architecture of Bangladesh
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Bangabandhu International Conference Center

Bangabandhu International center [1] or Bangladesh-China friendly relationship center in Dhaka's Sher-e-Bil is found within the town of the International center [ii]. the development work was completed in 001, and it's designed center, Beijing Institute of study dijainsa and analysis. [3]
Creating and naming [ edit ]
The primary objective of the convention center, the development of the 114-member Non-Aligned Movement to be a command in Dhaka within the 00 the summit to a yojana. 5. the aim of the 000 million US bucks in funding for fifty, 000 square measure building on the Anu Thi Anika is started. the middle for the development of concerning four hundred Chinese engineers and artisans worked like folks, and 001 within the begin of construction of the middle for nearly seventeen months when construction work is same manna. though formally named the Bangabandhu International conference house on 00 Gregorian calendar month one the official relinquishment ceremony of the middle modified its name to Bangladesh-China friendly relationship conference house is unbroken. 009 conference house re Bangabandhu International conference house was named.
Architectural style [ edit ]
700 representatives of the most room and a complete of one,700 seats paryabeksakasaha gyalarite one thousand. The meeting of the 2 crucial power and 00 seats, four meeting rooms, and a 700-seat phodakorta is crucial. There are three hundred seats for journalists crucial of a space. the most room And an open roof space of the two-meter concrete pillars placed on the four. a complete of fifty,000 area unit convention center, however the most building and therefore the building is made on zero.000 area unit space of around thirty,000 sq. meters within the open grounds. [3]

The center is provided with 700 parking flag setting bar 128 countries. Dandagulo flag has been placed around the fountain. Convocation Center at the University of normal, national and international conferences, trade fairs ar organized. the middle is a totally electronic system to manage.

Beautiful Bangladesh Shishu Park, Dhaka

    Shishu Park is the first and final open division kids' entertainment mecca in Bangladesh. Built up in 1979 on 15 section of land of land as a benefit making wander by Bangladesh Parjatan Corporation, the legislature possessed tourism advancement office in Bangladesh. It arranged in Shahbag, Dhaka and keep up by Dhaka City Corporation since 1983. 

The 12 rides of the recreation center incorporate including a toy prepare, a carousel and various wheel-based rides. Bangladesh Air Force gave a contender fly in 1992. The least expensive of all diversion stops in Dhaka, charging BDT 8.00 for passage and 6.00 for each ride, it draws around 6,000 guests a day. 

Amid the Eid-ul-Fitr occasions the quantity of guests reach up to 350 thousands. The City Corporation acquires about BDT 200 million every year from the recreation center. The recreation center is open Monday through Thursday and Saturday from 2:00 pm to 7:00 pm. On Fridays, it is open from 2:30 pm to 7:30 pm. Because of absence of support the rides have weakened in condition.