Capital Of Flower, Godkhali, Jessore [Complete Travel Guide]

Gadkhali Bazar, 18 kilometers away from Benapole in Jessore Road with a shade of hundreds of years of rainy season. In Jharkargacha and Sharsha, two police stations, 25/30 kilometer southwest of Jessore city. Local peasants planted flowers in 4 thousand bighas of 90 villages of six union of these two thana.
Godkhali Flower Garden, Jessore

Each of these fields produces flowers worth millions of rupees per year. Horizontal color combination on the side of the path. Red, blue, yellow, violet, and white color have spread a wide sheet. Farmers cultivate flowers in the fields, farmers here.
Godkhali Flower Market, Jessore

There is no garden of amateur flowers around the house. Flowers are here crop. In the air does not want to believe in sweet sours of flowers, bees, bees, butterflies of butterflies, and unbearable shores of color, the place is a piece of earth in our blood, cloaked and rugged terrain.

From Jessore-Benapole Road to the right, entering the villages of Baira, some go ahead and see the horizontal fields of flowers. Roshanigunda, gladiolas, rose and mango flowers are cultivated in these villages. The flowers were cut and brought to the market by car. There are bundles and bundles are being run in different cities of the country including Dhaka. Each year 5 to 7 crore sticks of flowers are produced in these fields.


How to go

Travel from Dhaka to Jessore, road, rail and air. Green line transport from Gabtali, Kalyanpur, Kalabagan in Dhaka, Sohag Transport, Eagle Transport, Shyamoli Paribahan AC bus goes to Jessore. Fare 800 to 1 thousand taka Apart from this, non-AC buses of Hanif, Shyamoli, Sohag, Eagle etc transported to Jessore. Fare 350 to 450 taka.

Intercity train Sundarbans Express and leaving the inter-city train Chattra Express to Jessore every evening at 7pm without any other day except Saturdays at Dhaka's Kamalapur. Rent Sophon 350 Taka, Shovon Chair 420 Taka First Class Chair Tk 560 First class berth 840 rupees Snigda class (AC Chair) 700 AC berth 1,260 taka

United Airlines, Regent Airlines and Navo Air's flights from Dhaka regularly travel to Jessore.

Take a rickshaw from Jessore bus stand and go to the local bus stand. From here you will get the bus to go to Gadkhali. You can take a van to see the fields in the valley. The van will rent 100-150 taka While walking through the streets of the village, flower fields will be seen on both sides of the road. The biggest flower wholesale market in the country, sitting next to the bus stand in the morning.

Where to stay

To stay, Jessore will have to choose the city. Stay there and get the hotel for a meal. Hotel Amin and Hotel Midtown are among the best residential hotels.

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