Rajshahi Travel Guide
The winsome city of Rajshahi is a home to the plentiful educational centres in the Bangladesh and thus, is an incorporation of a huge student population. The education city is simultaneously a carrier of the highly architectural temples and the artistically established monuments hailing their relevance from the ancient time. Rajshahi is a renowned headquarter for north-western Bangladesh’s Rajshahi District as well as the Rajshahi Division. Not only the education, but it is also ahead in the race of the trading centres as the city is indulged in the trading of pure silk, mangoes and lychees making it the ‘silk city’ of Bangladesh. For the silk-lovers, nothing is more apt than Rajshahi as the silk is available here in its highest quality and in less expensive prices. This happiest City is a true epitome of a place containing the ‘worthy of your glimpses’ tourists’ destinations.
Peaceful Shikara, Dal lake, Nishat park., Shalimar, Shalimar Mughal Garden
10°C to 30°C
(April to June)
(July to Sep)
10°C to 15°C
(Oct to Feb)
City Of Silk And Heaven Of Education!!!
Rajshahi (Rampur Boalia/Silk City) Is A Metropolitan City And An Important Commercial And Educational Centre Of Bangladesh. It Is One Of The Seven Metropolitan Cities Of Bangladesh. It Is Situated In The North Bank Of The Padma River Near The Bangladesh-India Border And Surrounded By The Towns Of Nowhata And Katakhali. Rajshahi Is The Historic Center Of Silk Production.
Tourists Can Visit The Varendra Research Museum Which Is The Oldest Of Its Kind In Bangladesh And Is Dedicated To Ancient History And Culture. Or Can Take A Trip To The Shahid Qumruzzaman Central Park And Zoo Which Is A Popular Public Place With Lush Greenery And House Of Much Wildlife. It Is Located Near Padma River. Other Parks That Will Catch Your Attention Are Bhubon Mohon Park, Captain Monsur Ali Park And Shahid Zia Children’s Park Which Is An Amusement Park For Children. The Bank Of Padma River Also Is A Popular Recreational Location.
Munsguard Park And Lalonshah Park Also Provide Great Views Of Padma River.
Other Must See Places In Rajshahi Are The Shrine Of Shah Makkhdum Rupos (A Tomb Marking The Resting Place Of Shah Makhdum Who Is The First Preacher Of Islam In That Region), University Of Rajshahi (Well Planned Beautiful Green Campus), Shaheb Bazar (Centre Of The City With Shopping Malls And Commercial Buildings), Ghoramara ( Oldest Part Of The City With Very Old Buildings), Borokuthi, Upashohor, Kashia-Danga( The Place Which Is The Starting Point Of Massive Mango Tree Garden), Santa Para (Home Of The Santal Tribes), Puthia Temple Complex, Kismat Madia Mosque, Bagha Mosque, Bagdhani Mosque, Chhoto Sona Mosque, Bara Ahnik Mandir, Pancharatna Govinda Temple, Tomb Of Hazrat Shah Sultan, Baro Kuthi And Talando Shiv Mandir.
Rajshahi Is The Center Of Educational, Literary And Artistic Heritage. It Is Termed As “Educational City” Of Bangladesh As It Has Many Renowned Government And Private Educational Institutions. It Has A Very Vibrant Cultural Life And Celebrates Many Festivals Like Language Martyrs’ Day, Victory Day, Pohela Baishakh With Various Other Hindu, Muslim, Buddhist And Christian Festivals. This Place Is Rich In Its Cultural And Historical Aspect, Provides A Great Seat Of Learning Through Its Educational Institutes, Home Of The Best Silks, Mangoes And Lychees And Provides A Great Sense Of Tranquility Through Its Scenic Beauty-Things Which Very Traveler Should Experience Once In A Lifetime.