TSC, Dhaka University

টিএসসি, ঢাকা বিশ্ববিদ্যালয় Dhaka University is the biggest and oldest University of Bangladesh. It was established in 1921and was called the 'Oxford of the East' because it was established on a collegiate model. It covers a large area of Dhaka City and hosts a large number of important institutes. There are also a number [...]

By | July 22nd, 2015|Dhaka Markets' Streets|0 Comments

Panthapath Furniture Market

পান্থপথ ফানর্িচার মাকর্েট Apartment, schools, colleges, offices and other institutions in Dhaka are expanding to meet the needs of the rapidly increasing population of Dhaka City. To fulfill the need for the house and interior decoration many furniture markets have been built in different parts of Dhaka city. Pantha Path Furniture Market is Dhaka's biggest [...]

By | September 9th, 2009|Dhaka Markets' Streets|0 Comments

Kawran Bazaar

Kawran Bazaar (কাওরান বাজার) is the biggest and most famous wholesale general market in Dhaka City. All kinds of vegetables, fish, rice and other commodities are supplied to the small markets from here. At the end of eighteenth century Kawran Singh, a Marwari merchant, first established the bazaar Later it was extended and developed into [...]

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Shangshad Bahaban

Shangshad Bahaban Entertainment Market: Jatiyo Shangshad Bhaban is the National Assembly Building of Bangladesh. It is the political centre of the country. Construction of this distinctive building which was designed by Louis Cahn, started in 1961 and finished in 1982. This building was first used in 15th February 1982. Before this the Prime Minister's present [...]

By | September 9th, 2009|Dhaka Markets' Streets|0 Comments

80+1 : Final Destination

80+1 : Final Destination | গন্তব্য: The Media Studies and Journalism (MSJ) Department of the University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh (ULAB, http://www.ulab.edu.bd ) hosted the Bangladesh component of the 80plus1 "A Journey Around the World" on September 7, 2009, between 5:00 to 6:00 p.m. in the ULAB Seminar Room, Campus B, Dhanmondi, Dhaka City. The [...]

By | September 8th, 2009|Dhaka Markets' Streets|0 Comments

Jatrabari Street Market

Jatrabari Street Market | যাত্রাবাড়ী: The previous name of Jatrabari was Brammonchiron when the best way of reaching this place was a water vessel. In the past, when there was no TV, cinema and electronic entertainment media, the Jatrapala (local Bangla form of drama) was very popular place for recreation. In this area there is [...]

By | September 7th, 2009|Dhaka Markets' Streets|0 Comments

BCS Computer City

BCS Computer City | বিসিএস কম্পিউটার সিটি: BCS Computer City is the biggest computer market of Bangladesh. In 1999 with 100000 square feel of space , this market was started. It is situated at Agargaon, She-e-Bangla Nagoor of Dhaka City. There are 322 modern computer and accessories shops. Like other developing nations, the digital divide [...]

By | September 7th, 2009|Dhaka Markets' Streets|0 Comments

Rifles Square

Rifles Square | রাইফেলস স্কয়ার: Rifle Square is a modern shopping center situated in Dhanmondi. The main camp of BDR (Bangladesh Rifles) is situated beside this market. The name Rifle Square is comes from its proximaity to this BDR Camp. A modern daily products Bazaar named "Agora" is situated to one side of this market. [...]

By | September 7th, 2009|Dhaka Markets' Streets|0 Comments

Hazaribag Bazaar

Hazaribag Bazaar | হাজারীবাগ বাজার: Hazaribag in old Dhaka is famous for the tannery industry, although it is facing a struggle to survive until recently it was a good business for foreign currency earnings. The Leather Technology College of Bangladesh is situated here. There are 360 tanneries, of varying size, located at Hazaribag. The size [...]

By | September 6th, 2009|Dhaka Markets' Streets|0 Comments