Tourist Attractions Faridpur Bangladesh

Faridpur (  ফরিদপুর  )  is a district under Dhaka Division. It is in central of Bangladesh. It is situated on the banks of the Padma River. The previous name  was “Fatehabad”. present Faridpur was named after the great Sufi saint “Shah Sheikh Fariduddin” in 12Th century. The area is 2052.86 Sq Km.

Upazilla / Thana / Sub – Districts

  • Alfadanga
  • Bhanga
  • Boalmari
  • Charbhadrasan
  • Faridpur Sadar
  • Madhukhali
  • Nagarkanda
  • Sadarpur
  • Shaltha

List of Top Famous Tourist Spots / Places / Attractions for Visitors

  1. Baisrashi Babu Bari Palace: a mansion of the Baisrashi Estate
  2. Chaudarashi Zamindar Bari at Sadarpur Upazila
  3. Faridpur District Court: 19th century colonial styled court house
  4. Gerda Shaheb Para
  5. Kamarkhali Gorai Bridge
  6. Kobi Jasimuddin’s House
  7. Kabir Bag: A beautiful mansion built during the 19th
  8. Kamlapur, Faridpur: historic colonial buildings and zamindar mansions
  9. Moyez Manzil Palace: a mansion of the Chanpur Estate
  10. Modhukhali Sugar Mill
  11. Noder Chand Terminal
  12. River Reacherch Institute (RRI)
  13. Sunset in Padma river near Faridpur
  14. Shambikapur Field
  15. Mazar / Tomb / Graveyard / Dargah / Mosque
  16. Atrashi Bishaw Jaker Monjil
  17. Chandrapara Darber Sharif
  18. Dighir Par Masjid: a mosque in Bhanga built during the Mughal era
  19. Hazrat Shah Farid Mosque
  20. Pathrail Shahi Mosque and Dighi (Bhanga upazila)
  21. Mazar of Dewan Saker Shah: Mausoleum of the Dewan of the Boalmari Estate
  22. Tomb of Jasimuddin
  23. Hindus Temples and Mondirs
  24. Basudeva Mandir: famous Hindu temple
  25. Bishwa Zaker Monjil : a mansion of the Aatroshi Estate
  26. Gerda Shaheb Para a beautiful place
  27. Monastery of Jajabandhu Sundar
  28. Sri Angan headquarters of the Mahanam Sampraday of Hindus
  29. Mathurapur Temple

Bordered and Bounded By

  • Manikganj and Rajbari districts to the north
  • Gopalganj district to the south, Munshiganj
  • Madaripur and a part of Dhaka district to the east
  • Magura, Narail and Rajbari districts to the west

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