Suhrawardy Udyan – Dhaka

Suhrawardy  Udyan (Suhrawardy  Gardens) is a well-established urban park in the heart of Dhaka city, the capital of Bangladesh. The historic Ramna Racecourse Grounds is now known as Suhrawardy Udyan. This park has a significant historical and historical background. It was once famous as a racing ground. Now there is a green square surrounded by green trees surrounded by shade of trees.

The Suhrawardy Gardens also became a national monument as Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman delivered the address on March 7. at 16 December 1971, the Pakistan army surrendered to the Allied forces in the park.

Moreover, in the south of the old High Court building, three national leaders Sher-Bangla. The tombs of K Fazlul Huq, Khwaja Nazimuddin and Hussein Shaheed Suhrawardy (three leader shrines); West Bengal Academy, Atomic Energy Commission, Student-Teachers Center, Fine Arts Institute, University Central Mosque, Public Library and National Museum of Bangladesh; Bordeaux Hospital, Dhaka Club and tennis complexes in the north and formerly the Supreme Court building, Engineers Institute and Ramna Park are always crowded.

How to go

From any part of the country, Gulistan and Gulistan can be reached by rickshaw or bus to Suhrawardy Gardens.

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