One day in the mosque town Bagerhat

in #travelfed10 months ago (edited)

Hello friends how are you all hope everyone is good.Today i will tell you about the trip to bagerhat.Actually my aunt's house is in Jessore.From there we went to Bagerhat,I and a friend of mine.Bagerhat,Mosque City.Most notable mosques,including sixty domes,sights and other shrines,including Khan Jahan Ali,Khan Jahan Ali Dighi,Ghoradighi,Rampal,Mongla Port and Sundarbans,are worth mentioning.It is not possible to see them all in one day.we came out with a one-day plan in the hope of being seen so far.ok.

we came out very first morning to go Bagh
erhat From my anties house,
.We went Khulna with bus.Road like 62 km.It took about two and a half hours to go khulna.After going in khulna we had eat there some food.Duck meat, beef, black roast.I tried everything a little bit. Like cooking your own home.The duck meat is cooked with mustard oil.What a nice scent.A little bit Great to eat.

After eat we go to bagerhat.First I went to the sixty dome mosque. Although no exact information is available about its construction or its construction, it is believed that Khan Jahan Ali built it in the 5th century. The mosque was built for many years at great expense. It is a matter of pride that the city of Bagerhat was given UNESCO status as a World Heritage Site in the 5th.

Various information is available about Hazrat Khan Jahan Ali (1-5).According to its history written by the Directorate of Archeology near the sixty-domed mosque, it is also known as Khan Jahan Ali, Ulugh Khan-i-Jahan and Khan-ul-Azam.He is a warrior and a religious preacher.He conquered this part of Bengal during the reign of the Iliyas dynasty and established it here.He founded a city in the 7th century.This city was called 'Khalifatabad' in the 8th century.It was a part of the present town of Bagerhat.The Sixty Dome Mosque is one of the historic buildings located right next to that city in its evolution.
Although there are sixty domes under the name, the number of domes here is 5.Of these, the top 5 are round and the middle door of the east wall and the rest of the 4 domes are much like the rice of the chaucha house.And if 3 domes are added to the mirror then the total dome is 81.As a result, like many historians I think,there are six stone pillars inside the mosque on which these domes are located, hence the name has been sixty domes.Actually since childhood I have had about 60 dome relations so when I saw in front of the eyes I wanted to count all the domes and we all counted.

When you enter here, its cool and pleasant atmosphere will bring peace of mind.In addition to the mosque inside this complex there is a museum, the 'Bagerhat Museum'.The museum contains some of Khan Jahan Ali's artifacts,footprints, and 7th century terracotta bricks, bronze, coins, coins, etc.There is also a crocodile made with the skin of a crocodile called Kalapahar.

Friends,I am very surprised when i khow about this plate.Because i heard that if any type of toxins drop in this plate.Then this plate automatic changed colour.

The exterior of the mosque is very nice. Shoes can be opened inside the mosque. Inside, you can see 5 pillars in a beautiful way.The inside is pretty nice too.

Sixty domes rode beside the mosque. Very big one.Besides visiting sixty dome mosques,tourists also visit are gates to sit on the far side of Dighi.And the water is splendidly beautiful,with a pair of red shrapnel.

Khan Jahan Ali's shrine is a short distance away from the sixty dome mosque.Shop for perfume,candles,etc.on the side of the road leading to the main gate.Beside the shrine, there is also a shop with jala-muri,chanakur,lusaka,sash.All in all,a great business plan.

As soon as I entered the shrine,1/4 of the attendants,the caretaker of the shrine. A cage in one corner.The khadem guides the visitors to the shrine,unlocking the shoe,filling the cage with a chicken,picking up a vow/money,and locking it in an iron-shaped gift box.The original"grave"is usually covered with shawl cloth (gilab).Here I see it is yellow, many places have red or green color.The grave is surrounded by an iron grille.Those who want to make an inquiry, go inside and the blessings fall.I have no devotion to the point, however I only went to visit.

The khadems saw a man enter and talk and act differently to create fear among all.If no one knows about chicken,it donates a lot as a pumpkin meal.But how many actually go to the crocodile's stomach and God knows how many can be recycled back into the store.The crocodile story is more interesting.According to many, especially the care takers, Khan Jahan Ali came here or two crocodiles.On the back.Kalapahar and Dhalapahar.This chicken is for the descendants of Ai crocodile.According to history,he released two pumpkins for the safety of this sweet water tank built by Khan Jahan Ali.Since then the clan has been living in this sweet water crocodile at Khan Jahan Ali Dighi.At present, there are 3 sweet potato crocodiles brought from Madras, India,along with a male crocodile of old age.

Then I saw the mosque of Singai,on the opposite side of the sixty dome mosque. I saw the 'Chunkhola' mosque.There is a lot of road going through the Maine road with the raw/brick laying road.On the way to the Chunkhola Mosque,there will be a dome-shaped 'BB Purple' mosque.The architectural and architectural style of these two mosques are believed to have been built during the time of Khan Jahan Ali.They are still valid as witnesses today.

There is a square domed 'Zinda Pir' mosque near Khan Jahan Ali's shrine. Inside this complex there are many unnamed tombs.The mosque is believed to have been built during the reign of Khan Jahan or his son Nusrat Shah, since the structure of the mosque and the burning of the walls are different.Locals believe that an elderly person disappeared one day while reciting the Quran.It is thought that the person is still alive and hence he is called Zinda Pir and the mosque is called Zinda Pir mosque.

There are also nine mosques.Here I also saw the tenacity of the servants,but much less than the shrine.Inara showed me inside the mosque.I saw a hole in a pile inside.According to them, this is Khan Jahan Ali's fingerprint.Huge size.Why is it so big, because when asked,whether the person praying has turned his hand away and turned it around.He said to me, in my heart's desire to turn my hand there and kiss.They also asked for money directly as Hadia.I did not know him.

All of these mosques are located in the evolution of the 8th century.They are made of rich brick with terracotta flowers and leaf-leaf design.If you spend time here,you will feel that you have returned to the Caliphate of the 5th century.It was nice to visit Bagerhat, the historic heritage mosque.I felt satisfied with the way home.

When we got home, we came by Khan Jahan Ali Bridge.The Bridge is very beautiful and from the bridge the look of khulna city is very nice.


This is a great description of your journey and nice photos! Well done. Interesting facts about the "color changing plate" I had no idea such a concept was employed so early on, I suppose everyone was trying to poison everyone in those days. Thanks for posting your story :)

You are welcome.It is very historical place in our country.And about colour changing plate,if u didnot see ur own eye's.You don’t believe it.such a amazing thing.

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