|Dharmasagar Dighi, Comilla|
Dharmasagar Dighi is the largest Dighi in the heart of Comilla city. According to the name of King Dharmapala, this Dighi has been named Dharmasagar Dighi. About 200-250 years ago, about 1750 or 1808 AD, Dharmapala was the praja-patri king. He was the king of the Pala dynasty.
There was then famine in Bengal. The king dug this dighi to help the famine-stricken people. The king's main purpose was to prevent the water from the people of this region. Dharmasagar is one of the many dighis in the country by the name of the sea. In the afternoon, when the sun's light began to become impassable, hundreds of visitors were slowly flowing in the footpaths of Dharmasagar Par.
Sitting together every day is the Milan Mela. Comilla's Shishu Park is located in the northern corner of the Dharmasagar. This childhood can be enjoyed by watching the scenery of the sea, this shishu Park with greenery and huge trees. If you sit in this school, you can feel like it is good.
The green Banani Dharmasagar of Dighipar (Dharmasagar Dighi) gave different levels. The row of big trees arranged by thirteen. The bench in the cement barches between him. Apurba in a word.
This is an ideal place for those who want to roam the afternoon. If you wish, you can roam the boat and turn around four sides of the dighi. In all, it is a wonderful and aesthetic sight.
How to go
Where to stay
- Ashiq Residental Rest House - Address: 186, Nazrul Avenue, Comilla, Contact: 68781
- Hotel Abedin - Address: Station Road, Comilla, Contact: 76014
- Hotel Nurjahan - Address: Dhaka-Chittagong Highway, Comilla, Contact: 68737
- Hotel Sonali - Address: Kandirpar Chattar, Comilla, Contact: 63188
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