Come back – Sylhet is a place of green beauty
Sylhet is a place of green beauty
The joy of travel cannot be described to travelers. They visit places of interest in the country or abroad. There are some places in the country full of incomparable beauty. One such district is Sylhet. There are many places of interest in this district. You can go to Sylhet district alone or in groups. Sylhet is a place of green beauty
Here are: Hazrat Shahjalal (R.) Mazar, Hazrat Shahparan (R.) Mazar, Sri Sri Durga Bari Mandir, Eco Park, Jaflong, Lalakhal, Bholaganj, Malnichhara Tea Garden, Lobachhara Stone Quarry, Sonatala Old Jame Mosque, Zakaria City, Fenchuganj Fertilizer Factory, Rayer Gaon Haor, Malini Chhara Bagan, Sonatala Old Jame Mosque, Lakkatura Tea Garden, Hakaluki Haor, Ratargul, Bichnakandi.
Shrine of Hazrat Shahjalal (RA)
Sylhet is known as the holy land of Bangladesh. Here is Hazrat Shahjalal (Rah.) Lying in eternal sleep. People from all over Bangladesh, irrespective of religion and caste, come to visit his shrine. Numerous carrot fish are floating in the pond on the north side of the shrine premises, which fascinates everyone. People of all ages are overwhelmed when they see pigeons flying in the area of the shrine.
Shrine of Hazrat Shah Paran (R.)
Shrine of Shah Paran, a spiritual establishment in Sylhet. Shah Paran, one of the companions and followers of Shah Jalal, the preacher of Islam, is said to have propagated the Muslim faith and culture in the area. Numerous people visit Sylhet every day to visit the shrine.
Mountains, rivers, fountains, rocks, all of nature seem to come together and make nature beautiful by spreading their beauty. And so Bichanakandi is an interesting place for tourists visiting Sylhet. Everyone is fascinated by the sight of water flowing over the rocks here. The fountains of the distant mountains bring the feeling of winter to the body. And the beauty of the clouds also fascinates the tourists. Apart from the dry season, Bichanakandi attracts a large number of tourists throughout the year, but the highest number of tourists is seen during the monsoon season.
Ratargul is the only wetland in Bangladesh. The forest stays in the water for four months of the year, the aquatic animals take shelter in the forest. Tourists come to see the trees standing in the water, rent a boat to explore the forest. This beautiful wetland is compared to the Amazon. The name of this water forest is Ratargul from Ratgacha. Water comes from the hills of India and floods the wetlands. In winter it becomes like other normal forests from water forests.
Jaflong has a special attraction for tourists. If you go to Sylhet without seeing Jaflong, you will feel that the trip is not complete. At the foot of the hill, Jaflong is known as the daughter of nature. Tourists also call it Beauty Spot, Picnic Spot and many more. The beauty of Jaflong is enhanced by the piles of stones lying on the banks of the river. When viewed from a distance, the hills of India, the waterfalls flowing from the hills, the hanging bridges, fascinate the tourists. Crowds of domestic and foreign tourists flock to see all this throughout the year.
Malnichhara Tea Garden-
The tea garden is like a green carpet under the blue sky. The greenery around the garden, cultivation of greenery on the high and low hills. The winding path has been made along the edge of the hill, sometimes there are villages surrounded by hills, there are waterfalls flowing somewhere. If we don’t have a cup of tea in the morning, we won’t leave. And everyone wants to see the tea garden.
The tea garden is also an interesting place to visit. There are several tea gardens in Bangladesh, one of which is the tea garden in Sylhet. Come back – Sylhet is a place of green beauty
The taste of Sylhet tea is incomparable. If one goes on a trip to Sylhet, one must visit the tea garden, and those who visit Chabagan first go to the Malni Chhara tea garden. There is a Malnichhara tea garden near Sylhet city.
Hakaluki Haor is the largest haor in Bangladesh. During the monsoon season, the haor takes a huge shape and floods its adjoining area. The main streams of this haor are the Juri and Panai rivers. This water flows through the Kushiyara river. There are about 237 bills in the haor. The bills contain water almost all year round. There are many canals including Dia Beel, Lamba Beel, Mushna Beel, Dudhal Beel, Chatla Beel, Juala Beel, Kayarkona Beel, Rahiya Beel, Pinglarkona Beel, Chowkiya Beel, Dula Beel, Futi Beel, Tural Beel, Tekuni Beel, Paul Beel, Balijuri Beel, Kukurdubi Beel, Katua Beel, Birai Beel, Chinaura Beel, Mayajuri Beel, Barjala Beel, Parjala Beel and many more beels.
Next to Lalakhal are forests, tea gardens, and rivers, all of which seem to surround Lalakhal. In winter and when it is not raining, the water color of the saliva remains emerald green.
The change in color is due to the minerals in the flowing water and the sand at the bottom of the water. The best time to visit Lalakhal is the rainy season, the surroundings are sweet and cool.