The Majestic Madhab kunda Waterfall

The Majestic Madhabkunda Waterfall – A Must-Visit Spot in Moulvibazar District

A Must-Visit Spot in Moulvibazar District Are you feeling adventurous and looking for an unforgettable experience? Then explore the hidden gem of the Madhabkunda Waterfall in Moulvibazar District, Bangladesh. This breathtaking natural wonder will take your breath away with its towering cascading waters surrounded by lush greenery. So take a plunge and swim beneath one … Read more

Winter Pitha Puli

Winter Pitha Puli (Cake)

Khirsa Malai Patisapata Materials Polava rice powder one cup, flour half a cup, powdered milk two tablespoons, sugar half a cup, semolina one quarter cup, ghee one tablespoon, salt one pinch, water one and a half cups, khirsa one and a half cups. Mix all the ingredients together and make pita. There will be 18-20 … Read more

Visit Sylhet’s Jaintapur Shapla Bill

Visit Sylhet's Jaintapur Shapla Bill

Jaintapur Shapla Bill in Sylhet is a travel destination surrounded by extraordinary beauty, locally known as DB Haor. Sylhet is a beautiful travel destination. Among them, Sylhet’s Shapler Bill has crawled in a new colour. Along with other tourist centres, Jaintapur Upazila of Sylhet has also become very popular for tourism. This DB Haor has … Read more

Historical  Chhota Sona Mosque

sona mosque

Chhota Sona Mosque sometimes referred to as a “jewel of Sultanate architecture,” is located approximately 3 kilometres south of Kotwal Darwaza and half a kilometre southeast of the Tahkhana complex in the Firuzpur Quarters of Gaur-Lakhnauti, the capital of the Bengal Sultanate. It occupies the western end of a large tank’s southern bank. Several years … Read more

Traditional Nakshi Pitha of Bhairav

Traditional Nakshi Pitha of Bhairav

Pitha-puli (baked cake) covers a vast part of Bengali history. The tradition still survives in villages. In the winter, cities and villages turn into a festival of eating pitha-puli. Nationwide pitha festival begins. Pitha is on the list of food preferences of everyone, young and old. Different types of pita also vary in shape and … Read more

Tajhat Zamindar Bari: Heritage of Rangpur

tajhat

Bengalis, the wanderlust, take every opportunity to travel. There are numerous places to visit in our immediate vicinity! Tajhat Landlord House is a historic structure in the heart of Rangpur. You can also go to this traditional location if you want. The ancient regime of ‘Landlord regime’ was also prevalent in Bangladesh. There were several … Read more

Hazrat Shah Jalal

A Mystical Tale of an Enlightened Soul You know, there is reverence and respect for saints among all Muslims worldwide. They are our role models, our guides, and our inspiration. One of the most revered saints in Islam is Hazrat Shah Jalal. It is said that the life of a great saint is nothing short … Read more

Traditional Chanar Polao recipe of Jamalpur

chanchar polao

In Jamalpur, the dish known as Chanar Polao is served at an exceptionally high percentage of all events. The practice has been passed down from generation to generation. There are other locations where Chanar Polao is practised besides Jamalpur. The dish known as Chanar Polao has also made its way into the menus of restaurants … Read more

Nihari: A Tradition of Mughal

Nihari A Tradition of Mughal

Nihari is a smooth, tasty stew made with flour, slow-cooked mutton, and a variety of spices. The cooking time for this mutton nihari recipe is about 4 hours, but it’s simple to put together. The mutton is cooked on a very low fire for up to four hours to achieve the greatest flavour. Traditionally, Nihari … Read more

A Land of Beauty: Kaptai Lake 

Kaptai Lake

BY: MD TANZIL ISLAM The largest man-made lake in Bangladesh is called Kaptai Lake, and it is a well-liked vacation spot. Kaptai, situated in the Rangamati area of the Chittagong Hill Tracts, is a popular vacation spot for many Bangladeshis (foreigners need special permission to visit). The lake may be a fun destination for visitors … Read more

Travel to Nikli Haor

Nikli Haor

Small villages isolated in the middle of the water. Like each small island. A row of hijal trees drowning in the haor. Karach forest rising from under the water. Shushuk’s jump-jump will instantly cheer you up. Kishoreganj Haor is like that. As soon as the boat starts moving, it has to be lost in the … Read more

Kutila Murar is a rare Buddhist shrine

By Hasanul Banna Kutila Murar Buddhist shrine. Here it was customary to worship the symbolic deity. Exceptions to this conventional genre. Is there any such pattern anywhere else in the world? Although it is rare.Location: Kutila Mura or Kotila Mura is an archaeological site in the Mainamati cantonment area of ​​Comilla. It is located about … Read more

Beef with satkara of Sylhet

Shatkara

Shatkara is a popular fruit in the region surrounding Sylhet. Shatkara can use all kinds of curry, but one traditional dish is “Beef with Shatkara”, especially with “kurbani” beef in Eid-ul-Adah. In Sylhet, Satkara is renowned for its ability to entertain guests. With Satkara, numerous ceremonies are performed. It is cooking with beef yields a … Read more

The beauty of the mountains is hum hum waterfall

hum hum waterfall

 A stream of clear water is rolling down the hill, from 150 to 180 feet above. The murmur of the current flowing from the lonely hill is floating all around. The eye-catching sightseeing resort is Hum Hum Falls or Cheetah Falls. In the late 2010s, a group of tourists discovered this beautiful waterfall in the … Read more

Are you eating the right food?

right food

When it comes to eating, we often suffer from indecision. There is no shortage of good and bad foods for us. Sometimes eating the same food is beneficial, and sometimes it is harmful. Bread, rice, or fruit? Grain or liquid? Spicy food or salad? We have many thoughts about which is healthier and which is … Read more

Kachchi Biryani

Kachchi Biryani

Still popular since the Mughal period Is it hard to discover people who don’t enjoy biryani? When the name Kachchi or Tehri of old Dhaka is mentioned, you feel a pang of lust. The tongue is like a water hose. Many other countries have a similar image of us. Everywhere in India, from the Mughal … Read more

Life of Khasia tribe of Sylhet

Life of Khasia

Sylhet is a unique creation of nature and the religious sanctuary of Bangladesh. People of different languages ​​and cultures live amicably. As a result, the region has a rich cultural environment with many languages ​​and diversity.However, the Khasia community is one of the few indigenous groups living in the Sylhet district. The Khasis are a … Read more

Subscribe to our newsletter

To be updated with all the latest news, offers and special announcements.

Subscribe to our newsletter

To be updated with all the latest news, offers and special announcements.

Subscribe to our newsletter

To be updated with all the latest news, offers and special announcements.