Kishoreganj

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Kishoreganj District, in Dhaka division, Bangladesh, has an area of 2688.62 km2.[1]

Places to see[edit]

Kishoreganj is enriched with historical and sightseeing spots such as Sholakia Eidgah Field, Pagla Mosque, Shohidi Mosque, Poet Chandrabati’s Shiv Temple, House Of Isha Kha, Junglebari fort (fifteenth century), Egaroshindhur fort (fifteenth century), Sadi Mosque (1652), Salanka Jame Mosque at Pakundia, Gurai Mosque at Bajitpur (1680), Kutub Shah Mosque at Austagram (1538), Jawar Saheb Bari Mosque at Tarail (1534), Badshahi Mosque at Itna (seventeenth century), Bhagalpur Dewan Bari Mosque at Bajitpur (eighteenth century), Sekandarnagar Mosque at Tarail (eighteenth century), Hazrat Samsuddin Bokhari Mosque Kurikhai at Katiadi (1005), Chandrabati Shiva Mondir (sixteenth century), Delhi Akhra at Mithamain, Arabic stone inscription discovered at village Ghagra, Nataraz Shiva Sculpture discovered at Nikli (fourteenth century), and Krishnadas' deed for Nandakishore Pramanik discovered at Kishoreganj Sadar (1759).Haibatnagar Dewan Bari,Haibatnagar Dewan Bari Jame Mosque.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Hakim Arif. "Kishoreganj District". In Sirajul Islam. Banglapedia: National Encyclopedia of Bangladesh. Asiatic Society of Bangladesh.