These trips cover the archaeological treasure trove of North Bangladesh and have much evidence that one of the earlier urban settlements is the pundra kingdom. In the territory of North Bengal consisting of Pundra, Varendra and Gaur have had ancient historic importance. There were some of the Buddhist educational and cultural centers while many other parts of the world were unknown historically, At once this was a rich and developed region economically too. Many travelers express their impressions glorifying these places. Read More
Day-01: Rajshahi: Puthia & Rajhshahi.
Depart Dhaka at around 07:00 AM by A/c car toward Rajshahi. After 5 hours of journey, have lunch at a roadside restaurant and visit Puthia Temple Town where several significant Hindu Temples built by the Puthia Raj family. Spend the evening at the bank of Padma River and check into the hotel. Dinner & overnight stay at Rajshahi.
Day-02: Rajshahi: Chapai Nwabganj the Of Gaur
In the morning, drive toward Chapai Nawabganj and visit Gaur city from the Medieval period of Bengal. The area is flooded by Mango gardens, interesting to visit. Visit Choto Sona Mosque, Tahkhana Complex, Darasbari Mosque, Khania Dighi Mosque, and more historical places before lunch. Visit Varendra Research Museum, a place having a collection of plenty of ancient statues & props. Visit a Silk factory before the sunset and halt for the night stay after dinner.
Day-03: Paharpur & Mahasthangarh – The Buried City And Iconic Fabrics
Early in the morning, start your journey by car toward Paharpur. Visit Kushumba Mosque, a mosque from the Afgan rule in Bangladesh in the 16th century. Drive again through the beautiful landscape of vegetable fields and reach Paharpur. Visit UNESCO heritage Paharpur Somapura Mahavihara, was the single largest monastery that was the icon of Buddhist civilization. the spiritual structure of Somapura vihara flourished in architectural education in the Pala dynasty. After having lunch at a roadside restaurant, stop driving at Mahasthangarh, Bogra. Look back to the glorious past in the remains of Mahasthan fortress city where buried 1800 years of history and cultures of the urban settlement by the delta lands of common people. Check into the hotel at Bogra City and halt for the night stay.
Day-04: Navaratna Temple – The Jamuna River Of Life
On this last day of North Bangladesh expeditions, visit the largest vegetable bazaars and drive back to Dhaka. On the way, visit the second largest Navartna Temple in Hatikumrul, Sirajganj, and explore a char village of Jamuna river to experience the difference in rivers of life. Lunch at a roadside restaurant and driving toward Dhaka again. Reach Dhaka around 7-8 pm and finish the tour.
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