Beauty Boarding, Banglabazar, Dhaka [Complete Tour Guide]

The beauty boarding of old Dhaka is one of the main attractions for poet-writers. After crossing the book market in Bangla Bazar, a Jomidar Bari was seen in Srish Chandra Das Lane. A two-storey house with its bosom.
Beauty Boarding, Banglabazar, Dhaka

Floral garden in the small iron gate. In the middle of the garden, empty spaces and grasshoppers wrapped in grass. Next door arrangements for guests.
Beauty Boarding, Banglabazar, Dhaka

The yellow-colored house is written in one corner of the "Beauty Boarding". Beauty boarding may now seem to be a little bit better than the historical monuments of old Dhaka. Yet, there is a separate application mixed with this boarding history.

At the end of 1949, the beauty boarding board was developed by Sudhil Chandra Das, the landlord of Prahalad Saha and his brother Nalini Mohan Saha, and constructed it on 11th of the plot. Nalini Mohan is named after the great daughter beauty.

The Muslim Suhrid Sammilani, Nawabbari, Dhaka Prakashan's office, for many times, there was a lot of places, but the beauty boarding place was the favorite place for everyone. It has been blessed with the success of many dialects of Bengali literature. Those personalities have become famous in their respective fields.

From here onwards, the legends of various class-profession, including famous poets, writers, film directors, intellectuals, artists, journalists, have given a chat here. Before the country became independent, Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose and Pallikbashi Jasimuddin came to this historic place. Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, the greatest Bangalee of the year has come.

In 1971, the Pakistani occupation army captured 16 people including Pralhad Chandra Saha, owner of Beauty Boarding, and killed in Brushfire. After Prahlad Babu's death, his family moved to Calcutta. After independence, after some family friends called Prohlad Babu's family, they came back and took care of beauty boarding.

Taroq Saha, the current owner of Beauty Boarding He is maintaining the old Jomidarbari carefully. During the partition of India in 1947, the family of Jamidar went to India. Then there was a printing press. The magazine, named Sonar Bangla, was published from that time. After partition, Bangladesh became the center of the publishing and printing industry.

Since then, the beauty boarding is the place of the artists and literary writers. Once the office of the Sonar Bangla newspaper went to Kolkata, it was understood by the owner of the house, Sardar Chandra Saha and his brother Nalini Kanta Saha. Then, in the place of Sonar Bangla Press, residential hotel and restaurant business started.

In the 40s, this chatara got good reputation in old Dhaka. Poet Shamsur Rahman, Syed Shamsul Haq and many famous people came here. Abdul Jabbar Khan wrote here sitting in front of the first granular picture of the Bengali face and masked manuscript. Samar Das has composed the music of many songs in the music industry.

Shamsur Rahman wrote that one day I wondered how many of us in the hope of seeing the face at the beauty boarding inside the lanes of the Bengali market every day. The rooms of the house are hanging on the walls, some of the old chat pictures.

Suddenly the shaking will arise, at that time many of the people who ate the house, many people today, you are also sitting in the meal. But the shudder will be lost, the smell of hilsa in the juice. There is no option of beauty boarding if you want to eat good food at low prices in old Dhaka.

Beauty boarding is still available. There are 25 rooms One bedroom has 12 rooms, one night for rent 200 taka. The rest of the two bedrooms, rent 300 taka.

Way to go

Gulistan has to come from anywhere in Dhaka. Bahadur Shah Victoria Park at the cost of 5 taka or 20 takas in a rickshaw from here. Paradis Road, passing through Bahadur Shah Park, took a little forward from there to Bangla Bazar. Srishdas Lane beside this road. And the house number 1 of this lane is the beauty boarding. Where to stay, and also to eat at noon or night.

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