Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Places of Interest, district Pabna

Pabna(পাবনা) is a district from Rajshahi(রাজশাহী) division of Bangladesh. When you hear the name of the district, first thing that comes in the mind is the Lunatic Asylum from there. But there are lot of other things available in that district which we don't know. This district contains a vast portion of the Cholon Beel(চলন বিল). Massive river Padma(পদ্মা নদী) is flowing beside this district too. Also other renowned rivers Boral(বড়াল নদী), Atrail(আত্রাই নদী), etc flows through this district. The sweets of Pabna(পাবনা) has a different taste and the fabrics made from handmade looms are delicate in style and quality.

Popular locations for visit:

I have visited the following things( from this district. Also there are other things available which I couldn't able to visit for lack of time. You can give a try on those.

Where to Stay:

I have stayed at Ishwardi(ঈশ্বরদী) town during my travel. It is very rare to see any town in Bangladesh that keeps alive till long night. You'll see lot of activities at that town even if it is 2:00 at night. Possibly the reason is having a large railway station inside the town. I have stayed at the Hotel Sajid(হোটেল সাজিদ) which is just beside the rail station. But there are other hotels which are having better quality than mine. Just have a walk around the town, and you'll find plenty of hotels. Our hotel rooms cost 100, 150 and 200 taka.

How to reach:

You can reach into Pabna(পাবনা) by using both Rail and Bus service. The southern-west portion of the Bangladesh is connected by rail through this district. Bus fare is around 400 taka. I don't know the train fare, but the trains are very good in service.

Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Small Wishbone Flower - Torenia thouarsii

Common Name : Small Wishbone Flower.
Botanical Name : Torenia thouarsii
Synonym : Torenia parviflora, Torenia ramosissima
Family : Linderniaceae

I am already having a post about the Indian Wishbone Flower. Today this is about the small wishbone flower which is having the structural similarities with that one. But to me, this flower is much closer to the Brittle False Pimpernel flower but white in color.

Common name of today's flower is Small Wishbone Flower. It belongs to the plant family Linderniaceae. Botanical name of the flower is Torenia thouarsii having lot of similarities. I don't know what we call this flower in our native language.

This is an annual herbaceous plant grows very low to the ground. Stems are hairless and leafs are juicy and arranged alternately around the stem. Four petals flower are slight tubular and having a wishbone like things inside formed from the two upper stamens.

I do not know much about this flower. If you know more about this, please share with us.

Photos of this article were taken from Dinajpur(দিনাজপুর) during May 2012. I was traveling there to enjoy the Lichee feast.

ফুলের জন্য ভালোবাসা, আমি বুনো ফুল...

Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Day-5: On the way of Baklai(বাকলাই এর পথে-৫)

Saturday, 25 August 2012

This is the continuation from the Day-4 of our 5 days of Baklai(বাকলাই) trekking at Bandarban(বান্দরবান). Also this is the last part of the series.

This was the last day from our Baklai(বাকলাই) trekking. We have already felt the heat of crowds yesterday. From Keokaradong(কেওকারাডং) to Bogalake(বগা লেক), we even had to straggle for finding a place for pee. Lot of peoples were available on the trek, lot of means really a lot of. We have already presumed what could happen today(leaving)!

Around 3:30 at morning, Hasnat(হাসনাত) and Muntasir(মুনতাসির) leaved us. They wanted to reach Dhaka before the night, that's why leaved us so early. We have finished our breakfast very early at the morning and left the hut of Paloi(পালই). Possibly it was before 7:00 at morning when we have cleared the checking at BogaLake(বগা লেক) Army Camp. Lot of other peoples were waiting at Boga Lake and they have also planned to leave Boga on the same day, but at the later part of the day.

From the camp, the trek was easy. In fact the rest of the path is piece a cake for any trekker. We have reached within half an hour to the place where the local vehicles use to give a stoppage. Lot of other groups were waiting there too. And still lot of people were returning from the Boga Lake(বগা লেক) like us. But no vehicles were available. It had a lot of demand of the vehicle, but the supply was all most nothing.

Yesterday we got friendly with another group, all of the members from the group were student. That very same group were waiting for the vehicle at that stoppage too. We were 7 in our group and they were 7. So we have combined together to minimize the transportation cost. But where is the vehicle??

We had to wait around 4 hours for a vehicle on that stoppage. Most of the vehicles were already booked by the guides who have started even earlier than us. Within that nothing to do four hours, we had to get drenched by frequent rain within the flipping of cloud and bright sun.

We have reached to Ruma Bazar(রুমা বাজার) around at 1:30. We had a plan to visit the Rijhuk(রিঝুক) Waterfall. But for that unwanted delay, we couldn't do that. I have gone lot times to Ruma Bazar(রুমা বাজার), and never visited that falls like other members from the team. By merging with the same other group, we have hired a boat for Bandarban(বান্দরবান) town. It was possibly around 3600 taka, I can not remember that right now.

We have started the boat ride just before the 2:00 at afternoon. Last time the boat journey was slight tiring as it was very hot around(also I did trekking first time then). But today it was really a charming weather. Though we had a plan to have a nap inside the boat, but we couldn't. We couldn't resist ourselves to enjoy the beauty around by sitting atop of the roof of the boat.

It was a long four hours of Boat journey with the flow of the river Shangu(সাঙ্গু). We have found a lot of clouds were very near to the river. Shangu(সাঙ্গু) river is not that much higher from the sea level. So it was quite unexpected for me to see clouds on there. Several times the rain has threaten us, but never came.

The days around the August use to be very long. Few fro our team were planning for visiting the Golden Temple from the town. I wasn't that much interested on that. Cause I didn't brought any fullpants with me on this tour and you can not enter into the temple premise with bare feet.

We have reached near to the Bandarban(বান্দরবান) town just few minutes after the 6:00. Once again, for lack of time, my trekking mates had to miss the golden temple too. We had still less than two hours on hand. Tushar(তুষার) and Shuvo(শুভ) had a bath on the Shangu(সাঙ্গু) river. The water of the river was full of dirt as the drainage from the town is directly linked with the river. Also, this river use to have muddy water. So I have refrained myself from jumping inside the water, though my mind was itching for that.

After a dinner at nearby hotel, we have left the Bandarban(বান্দরবান) town using the night coach. Unfortunately we got the last two rows from the Bus. And it had lot of jerking throughout the way. We were too much tired, otherwise it was really hard to sit on those back seats.

Monday, November 12, 2012

Lota Mouri Ful(লতা মৌরী ফুল) - Digera muricata

Bengali Name : Lata Mouri Ful, লতা মৌরী ফুল।
Common Name : False Amaranth.
Botanical Name : Digera muricata
Synonyms : Digera Alternifolia, Digera arvensis.
Family : Amaranthaceae(Amaranth family)

This weed flower is known as False Amaranth. It is available at the South-Western portion of our Bangladesh. Local name of the flower is Lota Mouri Ful(লতা মৌরী ফুল). Botanical name of this is Digera muricata. It Belongs to the plant family Amaranthaceae.

This is a branched annual growing herb plant which grows around the wastelands. Flower blooms as a cluster and still not that much showy. Just a few flowers around a stalk, not that much dense either. In fact, the cluster is even smaller than a leaf of the plant. Each flower from the cluster is pinkish in color with a touch of white. Leafs are ovate-elliptical in shape and alternately arranged around the hairless stems.

Leafs and young shoots are sometimes using in curries at some regions. In fact its a famine food. It may have few medicinal uses, but I don't know those right now.

Photos of this article were taken from Jhenaidah(ঝিনাইদহ). I was traveling there during October 2012.

ফুলের জন্য ভালোবাসা, আমি বুনো ফুল...

Sunday, November 11, 2012

Day-4: On the way of Baklai(বাকলাই এর পথে-৪)

Friday, 24 August 2012

This is the continuation from the Day-3 of our 5 days of Baklai(বাকলাই) trekking at Bandarban(বান্দরবান).

Like any other busy days of our trekking, we have waked up early at the morning. Had a quick breakfast using the leftovers from last nights. So it was a very light breakfast. Before leaving the house, we have cleared all the bills. It was quite unusual as everything at Bandarban(বান্দরবান) got commercialized now a days. Even we had to pay for the water and the chopped wood this time(1200 taka only for those).

During the morning, it is always a chilling weather inside the hilly areas regardless the season. It always makes me lazy and instigate me to sleep a bit. We were leaving the Baklai(বাকলাই) behind. It was returning, means packing the tour. Most of us were grasped by a sad emotion. It was just before 8:00 at morning.

While leaving the village, first half an hour was quite tough. Last night had a slight rain. Also, lot of Goyal(গয়াল), and cows use to pass through the path. So it was completely turned into a thick muddy curd. I don't know how many times I have lost my sandal inside those muddy things.

Day before yesterday, we saw a small waterfall while entering the village. I had a plan to have a shower at that fall. But i was daunted by the cold weather and the reluctant attitude from my other trekking mates. So had to say a bye to that mini falls sadly.

Once again, we were on a mission to cross the capital hill. This hill is famous for the leeches. I don't know why this is called capital hill, but to me, it is truly the capital of leeches. Last two days I was feeling tired, but today I was feeling fresh. I think my body was habituated by the first few days of hard work.

Amid of our way, we had a break together. It was not a comfortable place for break. Lot of leeches were crawling around us. But still, we had the break amid of those thirsty carnivorous creatures. Half of the members decided to have more breaks, so rest of us left them on the trek.

A mini waterfall near to the Baklai Para.

Next one hour was really annoying for me. I don't know why, but lot of leeches had attacked me that time. I was bleeding from 7/8 places from my feet. Even still few other leeches were sucking bloods from my feet. I could feel those, but had nothing to do. I was just waiting for a suitable place for stay a while and remove those stinky things.

It was a relief when we have crossed the capital hill. We took a short break and started removing the leeches from the feet. Most of those were hiding under the stripes of my sandal and also hiding inside between fingers. It was futile to try stopping bleeding from leech's bites. So ignoring those bleeding, we have started trekking again.

This time I have ran through the trek most of the times. I was feeling like an 18 years lad while doing that. We have put an end to my exuberance when we reached at the main trek of Thaikhong Para(থাইখং পারা). Among four of us, Hasnat(হাসনাত) and Muntasir(মুনতাসির) had a hurry. They wanted to return back to Chittagong by today. So they left us on there, but me and Rashed(রাশেদ ) were waiting on the trek for the members who were behind us.

I had a good enough nap amid of the wide path. But still had no sign for the members behind. So we have started trekking, but at a slow pace. We had a slight rain on our trekking, but otherwise it was bright and sunny always. I had lot of guavas on my bag. Both of us enjoyed those frequently.

At other day, we found lot of trekkers on our way. But today it was completely empty. Didn't see any trekkers on our way. In fact we rarely have seen the villagers. When we have reached near to a residential school, we put another long break. We had guava, marfa(মারফা), etc to enjoy the break. Again we didn't see any sign from the members behind us. So started moving again.

We were walking and walking, sometimes upwards, and sometimes downwards, but the road was never going to have an end. Even no other people on the way, except me and Rashed(রাশেদ). But suddenly we found a trekking group was trekking in front of us. We were surprised to see them. It was almost impossible to be any team ahead of us as we left very early at morning, and also we didn't see any team crossed us.

Later we have discovered that we have passed the turn of Jadipai(জাদিপাই) waterfall, and we were so tired that we didn't notice that. Basically those guys were returning from the Jadipai(জাদিপাই) Waterfall. After passing a short chitchat with them, we moved again. And after that it had a rain, a heavy one. We had to struggle to climb up to passing para for the slippery roads.

At passing para, we had a break at the balcony of a tribal house. It basically previously was a shop. But recently the owner stopped selling goods here. It was 1:00 pm of the day. Initially me and Rashed(রাশেদ) had an hour of break at there. Later Rashed(রাশেদ) leaved me there and moved to Keokaradong(কেওকারাডং) for lunch. But I have passed another one hour there by sharing my experience to that tribal, and learning his experience from him. It was an awesome moments for me.

Passing para is always a beautiful one. You'll always see the playing of clouds there. When the rain stopped, the clouds were changing it's shape. I saw how a totally cloud covered village got cleared slowly within those two hours, including rain.

Possibly it was 3:30, when my other lagging teammates have joined me there. They were tired and exhausted. In fact, they caught by rain on the way and struggled throughout the whole path. With them, I have started moving again. This time our destination was Boga lake(বগা লেক). Though initially we have planned for Boga Mukh para(বগা মুখ পারা) for staying at night.

We have skipped our lunch as we already made a late. We had a break at Darjiling Para(দার্জিলিং পারা). For your information, still two of us were behind the trek, and I didn't see them till then. I was reluctant to trek on night today. Cause last four days we had to trek on night, so not today again. So I was moving faster.

A mid of the trek, a shelter was established by the authorities. Dirty minded tourists had messed the area by throwing crumbs and packs around. I have taken a break there. But alas! we saw Zahid(জাহিদ) was coming slowly. He was very slow today, also struggling for knee problem, and Tushar(তুষার) and I could not leave him like that behind. So we were accompanying him, and by then I knew we had to trek on darkness, again!

We were moving very slowly. It was basically a 40 minutes of path to reach at Boga lake from there. But unfortunately we required almost 2 hours to complete this. I was feeling angry inside, but couldn't express it as its a rule to respect every teammates. One by one all other trekkers have crossed us on the way. But we were moving like a turtle!

This path usually does not have any leeches. But during night, leeches do not count on path. So once again I had to grant few drops of my blood for the leeches. When we have reached on the cottage of Paloi(পালই) at Boga Lake(বগা লেক), it was almost 8:00 at night.

Yet, still two of us were missing. We were worried for them, but we knew that they would come back soon. It was 9:30 at night when those two have returned. They were dog tired, didn't have any torch light on hand. Even one of them, Shuvo(শুভো) was bitten by a poisonous spider. Luckily It just only made his arm swollen a bit.

It was a market like place at Boga Lake. Outnumbers of tourists were available on that night as it was during the Eid vacation. Even it was difficult to find a spot on the Boga Lake(বগা লেক) for a shower at night. We went to the bed after having a dinner at night.

During the night it had a heavy rain. Possibly it was after 11:00 at night. Everywhere were silent. The chaotic tourist were in deep sleep and snoring on the bed. It was only the heavy drops of rain on the tinned roof. I have enjoyed that heavy rain sound and slept well. It was a bonus for me.

Day-5, also the last day of trekking is available at here. You'll find how we have returned to Dhaka.

Just after the rain at passing Para.

Clouds were moving away slowly.

Most of the clouds are gone, few were buoyant at far mountain.

Thursday, November 8, 2012

Crowfoot Grass(মাকড় জালি) - Dactyloctenium aegyptium

Bengali Name : Makorjali, মাকড় জালি।
Common Name : Crowfoot Grass, Coast Button Grass.
Botanical Name : Dactyloctenium aegyptium
Synonym Name : Eleusine aegyptiaca
Family : Poaceae(Grass family)

This is a grass flower named crowfoot grass. In Bangladesh we call this Makor Jali(মাকড় জালি) as this grass flower resembles the spider's web. Botanical name of the grass is Dactyloctenium aegyptium. It belongs to the plant family Poaceae. It is mainly native to Africa, but now available at more or less everywhere.

This crowfoot grass plant is mainly a weed. In fact it is an invasive weed plant. Plant is having long slender leafs with hairs at leaf margin. Flowers come at the top of erect shoot or stalk whatever you call it. Flowers are having a shape of spider's web. It also resembles the foot of a crow.

During the scarcity of food, people from Africa uses this as food.

Photos of this article were taken from Jhenaidah(ঝিনাইদহ). I was traveling there during October 2012.

ফুলের জন্য ভালোবাসা, আমি বুনো ফুল...

Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Snowberry(কাউকরা ফল) - Flueggea virosa

Bengali Name : কাউকরা ফল, বংলা গোটা, শিকোড়ি।
Common Name : Snowberry, Common Bushweed.
Botanical Name : Flueggea virosa
Family : Phyllanthaceae

This is a very delicate looking fruit having snow white color. It grows in wild mostly and it is not always eaten. In our village, people call this Bongla Gota(বংলা গোটা ). But using that name, it was kind off difficult for me to identify this plant exactly. Also, I have never seen the fruit of this, even not yet today. Mokaram Hossen(মোকারম হোসেন), a book writer on plant who wrote an article on a newspaper and it helped me to know more about it.

Botanical name of this beautiful fruit is Flueggea virosa. It Belongs to the plant family Phyllanthaceae. Common name of the fruit is Sonwberry, Common Bushweed, White Currant, etc. In Bangladesh we call this as Kaukora Fol(কাউকরা ফল), Shikori(শিকোড়ি), Bongla Gota(বংলা গোটা), etc. I think it is native to Africa, I found a Zimbabwean plant website has marked this as native to their region.

Snowberry is a branched shrubby plant but can grow as a small tree as well. I have seen this as tree beside a small waterfall. I have never seen it's flower. Fruits are small snow white in color and almost round in shape. Fruit has sticky things inside. Leafs of the plant are elliptical shaped. During it's season, the whole plant get covered with the fruits. Those just cover the brunches of the plant totally.

Photos of this article were taken from Rangamati(রাঙামাটি) during July 2011. It was beside a small waterfall on the way of Subolong(সুবলং).

Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Brahmi Shak Ful(ব্রাহ্মী শাক ফুল) - Bacopa monnieri

Bengali Name : Brahmi Shak Ful, ব্রাহ্মী শাক ফুল।
Common Name : Brahmi, Smooth Water Hyssop.
Botanical Name : Bacopa monnieri
Synonym : Bacopa monnieria, Bramia indica
Family : Scrophulariaceae

This weed flower is native to Indian territory including Bangladesh, Burma, etc. Botanical name of this is Bacopa monnieri. It belongs to the plant family Scrophulariaceae. It has lot of common names, for example Brahmi, Water Hyssop, Indian pennywort, Thyme-leafed gratiola, etc. In Bangladesh, we call this as Brahmi Shak Ful(ব্রাহ্মী শাক ফুল).

This plant is an annual(sometimes perennial) sprawling weed which grows naturally at shallow water, marshy lands, muddy areas, etc. It can grow both in freshwater or saltwater(brackish). Leafs of the plant are succulent and thick, arranged oppositely around the stem, and having a scent of lemon. Flowers are very small having 4-5 petals. Color of the flower is white but the filaments are kind of blackish. The flower can have a violet/pinkish touch at the mouth of corolla.

Despite of being a weed plant, this has lot of medicinal uses, specially in Ayurveda. People are using this for epilepsy, increasing memory capacity, concentration, etc from the ancient time.

Photos of this article were taken from Jhenaidah(ঝিনাইদহ). I was traveling there during October 2012. It was beside a mosque and initially I thought it might be the Creeping lickstoop flower. So I almost skipped this one. I don't know, but somehow I have captured few of it's photos that time luckily.

ফুলের জন্য ভালোবাসা, আমি বুনো ফুল...

Monday, November 5, 2012

Green Ice Crossandra(নীলকাঁটা ফুল) - Ecbolium viride

Bengali Name : নীলাম্বরী ফুল, নীলকাঁটা ফুল, উদুঝা ফুল.
Common Name : Green Shrimp Plant, Green Ice Crossandra.
Botanical Name : Ecbolium viride
Synonym : Ecbolium ligustrinum
Family : Acanthaceae(Barleria family)

খুবই অদ্ভূত রকমের একটা ফুল এই নীলকাঁটা... ঝিনাইদহ বেড়াতে যেয়ে এই ফুলের দেখা পেয়ে গেলাম... ফুল গুচ্ছাকারে হয়... প্রতিটা গুচ্ছে ২/৩ টার মতন ফুল হয়... ছোট ছোট ফুলের গোড়ার দিকে সরু নলের মতন... নলের মাথায় রয়েছে ত্রিশুলের মতন তিনটা পাপড়ি... এক সাথে অনেক ফুলের ঝোপ ছিলো যেখানে এর ছবি তুলেছিলাম... কিন্তু জায়গাটা একটু নোংরা ছিলো... বিদেশে এই ফুলকে বাগানে লাগানো হয়... তাই ধন্দে পরে গেলাম যে এই ফুল কোনো আগাছা কিনা !!! আমার জানামতে এর অন্যান্য নাম হলো নীলাম্বরী, উদুঝা...

This is an interesting plant which I found recently during my tour. Botanical name of the plant is Ecbolium viride and it belongs to the plant family Acanthaceae. English name of the flower is Green Ice Crossandra. In Bangladesh we know the plant in several names, such as Nilambari ful(নীলাম্বরী ফুল), Nilkata ful(নীল কাঁটা ফুল), Udujha(উদুঝা), etc.

A flower is about to dislodge from the bract.

This is a very rare variety of flower from the nature, specially the color, architecture, etc. The plant is small, shrubby and mainly evergreen. Leafs are large(12-15cm) and dark green color.

Cluster flowers of Nilkanta(নীলকাঁটা) are very unusual in orientation and shape(kind of orchid flower). First few portion(base) of the flower is tubular shape and the tube is very long but with a tiny hole. After that tube it has three petals which is similar to the shape of Trishul(A weapon having three arrow heads). Inside the tube the flower has stigma and stamens. That thread like stigma still hangs on the bract even after the flower is dislodged.

I found this plant in a wasted area which was beside a mosque. But peoples around the world are using this as ornamental flower. So I really doubt whether it is a weed or not. Also the plant has lot of medicinal uses.

Photos of this article were taken from Jhenaidah(ঝিনাইদহ). I was traveling there during October 2012.

ফুলের জন্য ভালোবাসা, আমি বুনো ফুল...

Sunday, November 4, 2012

Day-3: On the way of Baklai(বাকলাই এর পথে-৩)

Thursday, 23 August 2012

This is the continuation from the previous day(Day-2). If you didn't read that yet, just click here for Day-2.

It was the day-3 and we have reserved the day for exploring another beautiful waterfall. Name of the waterfall is Baklai, a possible candidate for tallest waterfall from Bangladesh. I have created a separated article based on the waterfall, and exploring. Detail about the day is articled on that one. If you have time, you can read that too.

Our Day-4 Experience is available at the following link

Jhenaidah: All the mosques of Barobazar

Friday, 19 October 2012

Map provided by Department of Archaeology.

Barobazar(বারোবাজার) is a place where you can find a lot of old time mosques are located very near to each other. We believe that a civilization did exist around that place. That time the place was known as Mohammadabad(মোহাম্মাদাবাদ). The government has published a map of the old city Mohammadabad(মোহাম্মাদাবাদ) for the visitors.

I have visited eight mosques from there and the list of mosques are presented below. Order of the mosque is the order I have followed during visit.

1. Noongola Mosque(নুনগোলা মসজিদ):

This mosque is a singled dome mosque and located at the village Mitha Pukur(মিঠা পুকুর). Alike to the village name, this mosque is also known as Mitha pukur mosque(মিঠা পুকুর মসজিদ). GPS coordinate of the mosque is (23°17'53.17"N, 89° 8'50.52"E).

2. Pir Pukur Mosque(পীর পুকুর মসজিদ):

This is another dilapidated mosque from the Barobazar(বারোবাজার). Only few remnant is available. This mosque is situated beside a large pond. Inside the mosque has a tin shaded building where people use to pray on a regular basis. GPS location of the mosque is (23°18'9.06"N, 89° 8'41.44"E).

3. Hasilbag Mosque(হাসিলবাগ মসজিদ):

Actually the mosque is known as Sukur Mollik Mosque(শুকুর মল্লিক মসজিদ) to the archaeological department, but local people know this as Hasilbag Mosque(হাসিলবাগ মসজিদ). GPS of the mosque is (23°17'52.19"N, 89° 8'33.85"E). Its a single domed mosque and the smallest one from the area.

3. Gorar Mosque(গোড়ার মসজিদ):

Detail about the mosque can be found on a separate article Gorar Mosque(গোড়ার মসজিদ). GPS of the mosque is(23°18'11.15"N, 89° 8'31.69"E).

5. Golakata Mosque(গলাকাটা মসজিদ):

Detail about the mosque is available at a separate article of mine. You can read that from Golakata Mosque(গলাকাটা মসজিদ). GPS of the mosque is (23°18'20.90"N, 89° 8'19.57"E).

6. Monohor Mosque(মনোহর মসজিদ):

Right now the mosque has completely nothing to mention. Government tried to give a shape of the mosque by constructing a new one. But failed as the place do not have adequate transportation facility. GPS of the mosque is (23°18'13.92"N, 89° 8'15.28"E).

7. Jor Bangla Mosque(জোড় বাংলা মসজিদ):

More picture and detail of the mosque will be found on a separate article of mine under Jor Bangla Mosque(জোড় বাংলা মসজিদ). GPS of the mosque is (23°18'21.30"N, 89° 8'11.51"E).

8. Saatgachhia Mosque(সাতগাছিয়া মসজিদ):

More picture and detail of the mosque will be found on a separate article of mine under Saatgachhiya(সাতগাছিয়া) mosque. GPS coordinate of the mosque is (23°18'58.47"N, 89° 7'4.88"E).