Madaripur Tourist Attaractions in Bangladesh

Madaripur Tourist Attaractions in Bangladesh

Madaripur Tourist Attractions are Aoliapur Neelkuti, Senapati Dighi and more. Rainy season is more attractive for a boat tour.

About Madaripur

Madaripur is a district under Dhaka Division. It turned into a district in 1984. The area is 1144 square kilometers. The city Stands on the bank of the Arial Kha river. The district was named after Sufi saint Badruddin Shah Madar (15th century). The boat race is one of the main festivals in here.

Bounded by

  • Faridpur and Munshiganj districts on the north
  • Barisal district on the south
  • Shariatpur district on the east
  • Gopalganj district on the west

Upazilla/ Thana

  • Kalkini
  • Madaripur Sadar Upazila,
  • Rajoir
  • Shibchar


Madaripur Tourist Attractions

  • Aoliapur Neelkuti
  • Charmuguria Bandar
  • Graveyard of Chittyapriya Roy Chowdhury
  • Home of Poet Kiron Chandra
  • Home of Land Lord Premchand Roy and D. L. Roy Chowdhury
  • Jhaudi Giri
  • Khalia Shanti Kendra
  • Khalia Rajaram Roy’s House, Arial Kha River
  • Madaripur Lake
  • Nilkuthi of Danlf
  • Porbot Garden of Mustafapur,
  • Senapati Dighi (Kalkini)
  • Royal Palace of Sishir Ganguli
  • Shakuni Lake
  • Sakuni Lake

Mazar / Tomb / Graveyard / Dargah / Mosque

  • Ali Kazibadi Mosque Lake (Madaripur Sadar Upazila)
  • Graveyard of Khaza Yousuf Shah
  • Hazrat Shah Madar Darga
  • Tomb of Haji Shariatullah
  • Shrine of Hazrat shah Mader

Temples and Mondirs

  • Annaypurna Temple
  • Bajitpur Pronabanda Temple
  • Pronob Moth
  • Noboratna Temple
  • Kadambari Ganesh Pagol Temple at Rajoir
  • Pronob Math
  • Raja Basu Durga Mandir (Shibchar)
  • Ram Mandir at Khalia

There are 24 hours bus communication with Dhaka. Dhaka to Madaripur distance is 426 Km. It needs 7 hours to reach there. To go Madaripur Start journey from Dhaka to Mawa Ghat.



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