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The ruins of the Wari-Bateshwar fort are located at Narsingdi, Bangladesh, in South Asia. The site dates from around 450 BC and was in use still in the 17th century.  The site was an ancient fort, with inner and outer areas, and also considered to have been a city and possibly a port, as it sat on the old trading route next to the Brahmaputra river.

The ruins of the Wari-Bateshwar fort are located at Narsingdi, Bangladesh, in South Asia. The site dates from around 450 BC and was in use still in the 17th century. The site was an ancient fort, with inner and outer areas, and also considered to have been a city and possibly a port, as it sat on the old trading route next to the Brahmaputra river.

Sonargaon meaning City of Gold was a historic maritime center in Bengal. Situated at the center of the Ganges delta, near the old course of the Brahmaputra River, it was the seat of the medieval Muslim rulers and governors of eastern Bengal. Sonargaon was described by numerous historic travelers,as a thriving center of trade and commerce on the silk route

Sonargaon meaning City of Gold was a historic maritime center in Bengal. Situated at the center of the Ganges delta, near the old course of the Brahmaputra River, it was the seat of the medieval Muslim rulers and governors of eastern Bengal. Sonargaon was described by numerous historic travelers,as a thriving center of trade and commerce on the silk route

Historic Mosque City of Bagerhat, Bangladesh. Situated in the suburbs of Bagerhat, at the meeting-point of the Ganges and Brahmaputra rivers, this ancient city, formerly known as Khalifatabad, was founded by the Turkish general Ulugh Khan Jahan in the 15th century. The city’s infrastructure reveals considerable technical skill and an exceptional number of mosques and early Islamic monuments, many built of brick, can be seen there.

Historic Mosque City of Bagerhat, Bangladesh. Situated in the suburbs of Bagerhat, at the meeting-point of the Ganges and Brahmaputra rivers, this ancient city, formerly known as Khalifatabad, was founded by the Turkish general Ulugh Khan Jahan in the 15th century. The city’s infrastructure reveals considerable technical skill and an exceptional number of mosques and early Islamic monuments, many built of brick, can be seen there.

The Brahmaputra, the only male river in India, becomes as broad as 18 km in some areas, which makes it one of the widest rivers in the world.

The Brahmaputra, the only male river in India, becomes as broad as 18 km in some areas, which makes it one of the widest rivers in the world.

MAJULI, Assam It has the world’s largest river island, present in between the great Brahmaputra. This place is filled with cultural beauty and still the ancient culture is persistent. UNESCO has declared this place as world heritage site. This is least populated area where people can relax and enjoy the beauty of nature.  More details, Comment below with your contact number or Email id with your budget... Call us on : 7666717946/45 Or log on to www.metrotoursandtravels.com

MAJULI, Assam It has the world’s largest river island, present in between the great Brahmaputra. This place is filled with cultural beauty and still the ancient culture is persistent. UNESCO has declared this place as world heritage site. This is least populated area where people can relax and enjoy the beauty of nature. More details, Comment below with your contact number or Email id with your budget... Call us on : 7666717946/45 Or log on to www.metrotoursandtravels.com

Historic Mosque City of Bagerhat Situated in the suburbs of Bagerhat, at the meeting-point of the Ganges and Brahmaputra rivers, this ancient city, formerly known as Khalifatabad, was founded by the Turkish general Ulugh Khan Jahan in the 15th century. The city’s infrastructure reveals considerable technical skill and an exceptional number of mosques and early Islamic monuments, many built of brick, can be seen there.

Historic Mosque City of Bagerhat Situated in the suburbs of Bagerhat, at the meeting-point of the Ganges and Brahmaputra rivers, this ancient city, formerly known as Khalifatabad, was founded by the Turkish general Ulugh Khan Jahan in the 15th century. The city’s infrastructure reveals considerable technical skill and an exceptional number of mosques and early Islamic monuments, many built of brick, can be seen there.

KAZIRANGA NATIONAL PARK, India: is a vast expanse of tall elephant grass, marshland, & dense, tropical, moist broadleaf forests, crisscrossed by four major rivers, including the Brahmaputra. It hosts two-thirds of the world's Indian rhinoceroses, which developed by 2 million years ago. Kaziranga also boasts the highest density of tigers among protected areas in the world & is home to large breeding populations of elephants, wild water buffalo, & swamp deer.

KAZIRANGA NATIONAL PARK, India: is a vast expanse of tall elephant grass, marshland, & dense, tropical, moist broadleaf forests, crisscrossed by four major rivers, including the Brahmaputra. It hosts two-thirds of the world's Indian rhinoceroses, which developed by 2 million years ago. Kaziranga also boasts the highest density of tigers among protected areas in the world & is home to large breeding populations of elephants, wild water buffalo, & swamp deer.

#Guwahati : Considered the gateway to the North-East region of India, Guwahati or ‘Gowhatty’ is the largest city in the region. An important administrative, trading center and a river port, Guwahati is an ancient town and an important place of veneration of Goddess Shakti. Kamakhya temple situated atop the Nilachal hill is an important site for tantric Hinduism.  Guwahati city is situated between the southern bank of Brahmaputra River and the foothills of the Shillong plateau.

#Guwahati : Considered the gateway to the North-East region of India, Guwahati or ‘Gowhatty’ is the largest city in the region. An important administrative, trading center and a river port, Guwahati is an ancient town and an important place of veneration of Goddess Shakti. Kamakhya temple situated atop the Nilachal hill is an important site for tantric Hinduism. Guwahati city is situated between the southern bank of Brahmaputra River and the foothills of the Shillong plateau.

The Sivalik hills is a mountain range of the outer Himalayas also known as Manak Parbat in ancient times. Shivalik literally means 'tresses of Shiva’.[1] This range is about 2,400 km (1,500 mi) long enclosing an area that starts almost from the Indus and ends close to the Brahmaputra, with a gap of about 90 kilometres (56 mi) between the Teesta and Raidak rivers in Assam. The average elevation is 1,500 to 2,000 m

The Sivalik hills is a mountain range of the outer Himalayas also known as Manak Parbat in ancient times. Shivalik literally means 'tresses of Shiva’.[1] This range is about 2,400 km (1,500 mi) long enclosing an area that starts almost from the Indus and ends close to the Brahmaputra, with a gap of about 90 kilometres (56 mi) between the Teesta and Raidak rivers in Assam. The average elevation is 1,500 to 2,000 m

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