Mymensingh

What is Mymensingh known for?


food traditional

in Mymensingh.JPG thumb right Chinese restaurant in Mymensingh The staple food is plain rice with a curry of fish or meat. Normally people start with fried or steamed vegetable and dal, a kind of lentil soup. Often people squeeze a lemon slice or take additional salt while eating and add fresh onion rings and green pepper (capsicum) to spice up the food. Traditional snacks and savories include seasonal pitha of various kinds, ''dal-pury'', singara and samosa. Home made desserts include Kheer, ''Payesh'' and ''Shemai''. Sweets soaked in syrup of sugar, such as ''Geelapi'', are mostly bought from shops. Paan, a digestive made out of betel nuts, spices, tobacco, and certain other ingredients are eaten by many people, some of which consume it with aromatic ''Jarda''. For dinner or lunch, a simple formula is to prepare "khichdi", the broth of rice and lentils, seasoned with spices, and served with chutney or pickles (pickling). Ghee (butter) may be spread just before eating. The meal may end with sweet curd. Muri (puffed rice), chira (Assamese Jolpan#Chira) (flattened rice) and khoi (popped rice rice krispy) are substitutes for rice. They are eaten with gur (Jaggery) (jaggery) which is a kind of unrefined sugar. They may be mixed up with curd or milk before eaten. People use only right hand for eating. No spoon, fork or knife is used. Religion Mosques, temples, and churches Mymensingh is one of the cities in Bangladesh where Muslims and Hindus band together. All types of religious festivals are celebrated throughout the city. During different critical international religious conflicts, people of this city proved what religion means to their lives. Anjuman Eid-gah Maidan thumb 200px right The Boro Masjid (File:Boro Masjid 1.JPG) Under the auspices of the governor of East Pakistan Abdul Monayem Khan, a prayer ground was established in 1962 on Dmoz:Regional Asia Bangladesh Localities Mymensingh WikiPedia:Mymensingh Commons:Mymensingh District


research location

and 43 departments covering all aspects of agricultural education and research. Location The University campus, with an area of 4.85 kmĀ², is in scenic rural surroundings on the western bank of the old Brahmaputra River, 3 km south of the district town of Mymensingh and 120 km north from Dhaka, the capital city of Bangladesh. The campus is made up of a series of academic, administrative and residential buildings and a number of experimental


commercial quality

excelled in sport, for a time captaining the cricket team and becoming the table tennis champion. * '''''Jat Area''''' (Brahmaputra Alluvium): This comprises part of the districts of Dhaka, Mymensingh, Tangail, and Comilla of Bangladesh. The area annually receives fresh deposit of silts carried down by the flood water. Soils are acidic in , the texture varies from sand loam to clay loam. According to commercial quality, the best quality Jute


national online

(CRAB) as Vice President, Organizing Secretary, Welfare Secretary and Executive Member. Bangladesh Red Crescent Society life member and Bangla Academy member Patrick D'Costa is the editor of BANGLAKHABOR and fortnightly ANUSANDHANI, a national online News Agency and a fortnightly news magazine. Patrick D'Costa is the first Catholic professional journalist in Bangladesh. It would be worthwhile to mention here


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Britannica is a city in Mymensingh District in central region of Bangladesh, situated on the Brahmaputra river. It is also the district headquarters. Mymensingh is the anglicized pronunciation of the original name ''Momenshahi'', referring to a ruler called Momen Shah. Iffat Ara

played a great role in educating Bengali Muslim (Bengali Muslims) women. A majority of first-generation successful Bangladeshi women have attended these schools and colleges, including the first woman justice of the High Court of Bangladesh, Justice Nazmun Ara Sultana. However, many Hindu


growing+service

which was termed 'golden fiber' due to revenue it generated as a cash crop. Due to the high demand for polythene bags and other economic reasons, the jute industry has been significantly declined today. Agriculture is the most important sector contributing to GDP, followed by the growing service sector in the city. The increasing demand for fish in the local and global markets has generated a new opportunity for local fishermen as well as businessmen to exploit fishing in Mymensingh and today it is very important to the economy. People have changed their paddy fields to ponds, and are cultivating fish. Prawns, sometimes reaching a very large size in the winter, are sold in Mymensingh in great numbers. The entire area between Durgabari Road,and Maharaja Road comprises the traditional shopping area. There are places like Ganginarpar, Boro Bazaar, Choto Bazaar, Mechua Bazaar within this area. There are spots like Jilapi Patty which is for making and selling jilapi. The main road from Notunbazar to the railway station hosts a number of shops for manufactured products and clothing on the two sides. The old colonial brothels in a moderate Muslim country is a paradox, involving prostitution, drugs and crimes. Public utilities Dmoz:Regional Asia Bangladesh Localities Mymensingh WikiPedia:Mymensingh Commons:Mymensingh District


historical cultural

to 200 persons. During weekends special offer for family, rent lowered from Tk. 1800 to 1400 and from 1400 to 1200. Hotel provides help regarding vehicles for traveling to the places of historical, cultural and natural interest in and around Mymensingh. Connect * 24 hours internet facility at the lobbey of the Hotel Hera. Internet is absolutely free for the people staying at the hotel. * Several cyber cafes can be found in the ''Ganginar Par'' area. Cafes charge around Tk. 20 (~$0.30) per hour. Go next Dmoz:Regional Asia Bangladesh Localities Mymensingh WikiPedia:Mymensingh Commons:Mymensingh District


good collection

under the Ministry of Information and housed a public library with a good collection of books and magazines. The library has 35,656 volumes on all subjects. It also had a hall to hold literary and cultural functions. Till the 1980s, Bangladesh Parishad was a hub of cultural activity


social activities

houses, small and big, had emerged. The Marwari community controlled all the major business ,social activities of a large geographical areas of the eastern parts of the Indian subcontinent. With a sizeable presence in present day Myanmar and Bangladesh, they controlled major trading and commercial activities in the regions currently comprising the Indian states of West Bengal, Bihar, Orissa,Assam,Jharkhand,Rajasthan and parts of Maharastra,Chattisgarh,tamilnadu and Gujarat They also had almost complete control of indigenous banking, finance and hundi. They took the hundi business to areas where the system was unknown, which included Chittagong, Khulna, Naogaon, Mymensingh, and Arakan (Rakhine State). Dmoz:Regional Asia Bangladesh Localities Mymensingh WikiPedia:Mymensingh Commons:Mymensingh District


business social

houses, small and big, had emerged. The Marwari community controlled all the major business ,social activities of a large geographical areas of the eastern parts of the Indian subcontinent. With a sizeable presence in present day Myanmar and Bangladesh, they controlled major trading and commercial activities in the regions currently comprising the Indian states of West Bengal, Bihar, Orissa,Assam,Jharkhand,Rajasthan and parts of Maharastra,Chattisgarh,tamilnadu and Gujarat They also had almost complete control of indigenous banking, finance and hundi. They took the hundi business to areas where the system was unknown, which included Chittagong, Khulna, Naogaon, Mymensingh, and Arakan (Rakhine State). Dmoz:Regional Asia Bangladesh Localities Mymensingh WikiPedia:Mymensingh Commons:Mymensingh District

Mymensingh

'''Mymensingh''' ( north of Dhaka which is the capital of the country. thumb right Mymensingh Town View (File:Mymensingh Town.JPG) thumb right Busiest commercial place and center point (File:Ganginarper.jpg)

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