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Assignment on naogaon

  1. 1. About My District District Map
  2. 2. Physical Features of Naogaon Zila Background: Naogaon was one of the sub-divisions of former Rajshahi Zila. It was established in 1877 and was up-graded to zila on 1 March, 1984. It is believed that the present zila headquarters initially developed in a mauza comprising of nine (meaning ‘Nao’ in Bangla) villages (meaning ‘Gaon’ in Bengali). The zila might have derived its name as Naogaon from the words ‘Nao’ and ‘Gaon’. Area and Location: The zila is bounded on the north by West Bengal State of India, east by Joypurhat Zila and Bogra Zila, south by Natore Zila and Rajshahi Zila and on the west by Chapai Nawabganj Zila and West Bengal State of India. It lies between 24º32' and 25º13' north latitudes and between 28º23’ and 89º10' east longitudes. The total area of the zila is 3435.65 sq.km.(1326.00 sq.miles)of which 9.09 sq.km. (3.51) sq. miles) is reverine and 19.45 sq.km (7.51 sq. miles) is under forest. Administration: Naogaon Subdivision, under Rajshahi District, was established in 1877 and was turned into a zila in 1984. The zila consists of 11 upazilas, 99 unions, 2497 mauzas, 2780 villages, 3 paurashavas, 27 wards and 92 mahallas. The upazilas are Naogaon Sadar, Atrai, Badalgachhi, Dhamoirhat, Manda, Mahadebpur, Niamatpur, Patnitala, Porsha, Raninagar and Sapahar. Township: Naogaon City is situated on the bank of the river Jamuna. It comprises of an area of 37.08 sq. km. Naogaon Municipality (now paurashava) was established in 1963. It consists of 9 wards and 62 mahallas. Archaeological Heritage and Relics: Among the archaeological heritages, Paharpur Buddhist Vihara, Jagaddal Vihara, Halud Vihara and Agrapuri Vihara are the notable. Historical Events: Indigo rebellion (1859-62) and peasant revolt against the zamindar in protest of increasing land revenue (1883) are the notable historical events of this zila.
  3. 3. Marks of the War of Liberation: There are 9 Mass graves of the Martyrs, 7 mass killing sites, 1 memorial sculpture and 1 monument which bear the testimony of the War of Liberation in Naogaon Zila. Famous Personalities: Naogaon is the homeland of many national and international personalities. Among them Late Mohammad Abdul Jalil, the Former Minister of Bangladesh Government, a renowned politician was the son of the soil of Naogaon Zila. Besides, the cultural figure Alomgir Kabir, the leading sportsman Zakaria Pintu and poet Talim Hossain are also the mentionable names in this respect of Naogaon Zila. Temperature and Rainfall: The annual average temperature of the zila varies maximum 37.8°C to minimum 11.2°C and the average annual rainfall of the zila is recorded 1862 mm. Main Rivers: Atrai, Punarbhaba, Little Jamuna, Nagar, Chiri and Tulsi Ganga are the main rivers of this zila. x Community Report: Naogaon Main Crops: The major agricultural products comprise of aus, aman, boro, jute and wheat. Among rice crops, aman covers by far the largest area followed by boro and aus. Rice covers 85.25% of the gross cropped area of this zila. Rabi (summer) includes mustard, khesari, masur, mash, potato, sesame, fram, spices, barly, maize, tobacco, sugarcane, etc. Tal (palms) are abundant in the Barind portion of the zila. Besides,the cultivation of hemp plant (Cannabas sativa) is a speciality of the Naogaon Zila. The plant yields three narcotic products called ganja, charas and bhang.
  4. 4. Main Fruits: The homestead flora of Naogaon Zila represents different species of commonly planted trees. These are mango (Mangifera indica), jackfruit (Artocarpus heterophyllus), black berry (Syzygium cumini), betel nut (Areca catechu), coconut (Cocos nucifera),palm tree (Borassus flabellifer), guava (Psidium guajava) and lime (Citrus grandis). Administration: Naogaon subdivision was established in 1877 under Rajshahi district and was turned into a district in 1984. The district consists of 11 upazilas, 99 unions, 2565 mauzas, 2779 villages, 3 paurashavas, 27 wards and 92 mahallas. The upazilas are Naogaon Sadar, Atrai, Badalgachhi, Dhamoirhat, Manda, Mahadevpur, Niamatpur, Patnitala, Porsha, Raninagar and Sapahar. Famous Places of Naogaon: Zila Porishad Park, Muktir more, AbdulJolil Sishu Park, Shampur Bihar(Paharpur), Badalgacchi,Dubalhati Rajbari, Kusumba Masjid(Manda), Rabindranath Tagore's KuthiBari(Patishar),Alta Dighee(Dhamoirhat), Mohadevpur Razbari,Dibor Dighee, Gahon pirbabar Mazar, Kancon, Hazarat Zahor Uddin Cistia Babar Mazar, Patnitola,Katabari Mazar(Patnitola), Dudulhati Royal Palace, Balihar Royal Palace(Naogaon Sadar),Vimer Panti, Jogoddol Bihara, Mahisontos(Dhamoirhat),Halud Bihar(Badalgachi) Sri Sri Ragunath Geu Mondir(Mohadevpur) etc. are famous places of Naogaon. Archaeological Heritage and Relics: The Major Archaeological Heritage and Relics of Naogaon district are Paharpur, Kusumba Mosque and Patisar.
  5. 5. Paharpur: Paharpur is a small village 5 km west of Jamalganj in the Naogaon district where the remains of the most important and the largest known monastery south of the Himalayas have been excavated. This 7th century archaeological find covers an area of approximately 27 acres (110,000 m2) of land. The entire establishment, occupying a quadrangular court, measures more than 900 ft (270 m) and is from 12 to 15 ft (3.7 to 4.6 m) in height. With an elaborate gateway complex on the north, there are45 cells on the north and 44 in each of the other three sides, for a total number of 177 rooms. The architecture of the pyramidal cruciform temple is profoundly influenced by those of South-East Asia, especially Myanmar and Java. A site museum built recently houses the representative collection of objects recovered from the area. The excavated findings have also been preserved at the Varendra Research Museum at Rajshahi. The antiquities of the museum include terracotta plaques, images of different gods and goddesses, pottery, coin inscriptions, ornamental bricks and other minor clay objects.Nine miles west- southwest of Paharpur is the archaeological site of Halud Vihara, which has been tentatively listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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  7. 7. Kusumba Mosque: Kusumba Mosque is named after the village of Kusumba, under the Manda upazila of Naogaon district, on the west bank of the Atrai river. It lies inside a walled enclosure District Statistics 2011 with a monumental gateway with standing spaces for guards. It was built by a high-ranking official named Sulaiman, during the period of Afghan rule in Bengal, under one of the last Suri rulers, Ghiyasuddin Bahadur Shah. The platform edge has grape vine decoration, and there are rosettes on the spandrels of the arches supporting the platform, as well as on the mihrab wall. Bangladesh 5tk Kusumba Mosque
  8. 8. Patisar: Patisar is situated on the banks of the river Nagor, 12 kilometres south-east of the Atrai railway station and 26 kilometers fromthe district town. Patisar village is associated with Rabindranath Tagore. The headquarters of the Tagore family's zamindari in Kaligram Pargana was located at Patisar. Dwarkanath Tagore, the grandfather of Rabindranath Tagore, purchased this zamindari in 1830. Rabindranath Tagore first came to Patisarin January 1891. The architectural design of the two-storied Kuthibari of Patisar is similar to that of Shilaidaha- Shahjadpur. Every year many devotees of Tagore come from home and abroad to visit Patisar.
  9. 9. Other pictures of patisar.
  10. 10. Dubolhati Rajbari: DubalhatiRajbari or Dubalhati RoyalPalace is about 200 years old. Locally it is called DubolhatiRajbari (Bengali: দুবলহাটি রাজবাড়ি). Rajbari is Bengali word and it's meaning is king's house. Dubolhati estate started by Raja Krishnanath Roy Chowdhury in 1793 near Naogaon. Krisnanath had no son. This is why In 1853 son of his daughter Horonath Roy Chowdhury became king. In his period Horonath spreads his estate and many development have been done.He dig many ponds next to the royal palace to solve fresh drinking water crisis for the people. A schoolwas established in 1864 by the initiative of the royal family. This schoolis named after the name of King Horonath. Budolhati Royal Palace is now abandoned. But once the palace was at least one hundred spacious bedrooms,artistic veranda, colorfulglass decoration and the main attraction was differentkind of sculpture.
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  12. 12. Mohadevpur Rajbari,: Mohadevpur Rajbari, Naogaon Mahadevpur is an Upazila head office in the region of Naogaon. Located on the lender of the stream Atrai, this Upazila can be found 24 km western of Naogaon city. The source of this zamindari can be tracked to the leadership of the Mughal Emperor Jahangir (1605-1627). One Nayan Chandra Roy Chaudhuri was the creator of this zamindari. He initially confirmed from Bardawan. It is usually considered that the Jaigir of Jahangirabad pargana was provided by the Mughal Emperor Jahangir to Nayan Chandra or one of his children known as Bireshwar Roy Chaudhuri as a compensate for the co-operation prolonged by them to the Mughals for the cure of Bengal. With the passing of your energy and energy this Jaigir considered the way of a huge zamindari of Mahadevpur. It is for this reason; Mahadevpur also came to be otherwise known as Jahangirpur. Information expose that Bireshwar Roy Chaudhuri, the heir of Nayan Chandra Roy Chaudhuri gained a popularity efficiently performing the matters of the zamindari. For community well being he designed many wats and dug many huge aquariums in his zamindari. On the loss of life of Bireshwar, the property was separated amongst his four kids and his relative Lakshmi Kanta Roy Chaudhuri. After the loss of life of Lakshmi Kanta his son Brajanath Roy Chaudhuri became his heir. During his life-time, he had similarly separated his property between his two kids, Durganath Roy Chaudhuri and Govindanath Roy Chaudhuri and then the zamindari properties are known as Bara taraf and Chhota taraf. Zamindar Khitish Chandra Roy Chaudhuri of Barataraf and Rai Bahadur Narayan Roy Chaudhuri of Chhotataraf were the last zamindars of this zamindar household. The Rajbari of this zamindar household is now in a decayed situation. Many structures have already been damaged. Only the developing of Chhota taraf is some how still live through.
  13. 13. Mohadevpur Rajbari, Naogaon In 1967 this developing has been become Jahangirpur Higher education (now a Government College). Gaza society naogaon building :
  14. 14. Transport Palanquin, horse carriage, bullock cart, the traditional transports found in the rural area of Naogaon Zila, are either extinct or nearly extinct. Now-a-days, all the upazilas are connected with the zila headquarters with metalled roads. Bus, minibus, three wheelers ply over the zila.

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