Narsingdi (নরসিংদী) is a district under Dhaka Division in Bangladesh. Wari Batteshwar is the main tourist attractions of this place.
It is situated 51 km north-east of Dhaka. It is acknowledged as a district in 1984. It consists of six Upazilas, six Pourashova (Municipality) and seventy Unions. The district is famous for its textile craft industry. Narsingdi district city stands on the bank of the Branch of Meghna and located at adjacent to the Dhaka-Sylhet National Highway. The district has a strong history and heritage in diversified culture with indigenous with old civilization of Buddist Period. This is the birth place of Giris Chandra Sen, first translator of Holy Quran in Bengali. Bananas (sagor kola) from Narsingdi are famous for size, taste, flavor and colour.
- Narsingdi Sadar
List of Top and Famous Tourist Attractions Narsingdi Bangladesh
- Tomb of Kabul Shah,
- Tomb and Mosque of Hazrat Shah Osman
- Wari Batteshwar village
- three domed mosque (1524) at Ashrafpur,
- Single domed mosque (eighteenth century) and
- Tomb of Shah Monsur at Kumardi
- Bibi Joynab Mosque (1719),
- Parulia Mosque (1716),
- Raghunath Mandir (c seventeenth century).
- Arshinagor park is situated near the Narsingdi railway station.
- Dream Holiday Park near by Narsingdi.
- Sonaimore benodon park
- The graveyard of Shaheed Asad, (the Hero of 1969 ) at Dhanua in Shibpur Upazila
Bordered and Bounded By
- Kishoreganj district on the north
- Narayanganj and Brahmanbaria districts on the south
- Brahmanbaria and Kishoreganj districts on the east
- Gazipur district on the west