Volagonj sada pathor
volagonj sada pathor

Hello guys how are you all hope you all are doing well many of you know me and those who don’t know me I am Rabiul Islam 3rd year computer science engineering student from BUET,


Guys I apologize in advance because due to busy schedule it was not possible to post your article for a long time. Anyway, without further ado let’s start


I have traveled to many places in Bangladesh, but everyone in the family says to go somewhere in Sylhet, I have already had a latent desire to visit Bholaganj Sadapathar in Sylhet for a long time, I presented my opinion to everyone and everyone agreed. The idea that the work started was to organize a trip to Bholaganj.


We decided to go to Sylhet from Mirpur by private car, since I had my own car, we all started preparing to go to Bholaganj, our tour will be for one day, we can complete Sadapathar tour in one day.


We decided that on Saturday 17th of December my Sylhet will leave Dhaka for Bholaganj, we were 5 of us, my parents, my younger brother Robin, and my younger sister Amy.


I didn’t take anything too big in my bag, just some clothes, camera, binoculars and a power bank to get a good battery backup for the phone, and some dry food like nuts, fried chips etc.


Then came our desired Saturday, we will leave Dhaka in the evening, we left for Bholaganj by private car by 10 pm, mom agreed to hire another private car, I mean mom was taking para that I can’t drive well. I was driving the way and Robin was driving the rest of the way. Finally we reached Bholaganj at 5 am.


It was decided beforehand that we will go to the house of one of my father’s friends, that’s what we all went to my father’s friend’s house and took a long sleep, woke up and saw that it was 12 o’clock. Currently there are 6 members, I am Robin, Amy, Mom, Dad and Dad’s friend’s uncle, Bashar.


Six of us hired a trawler to see the white stone, I don’t know the language to express what a beautiful scene our trawler is running on the river, that’s why Bholaganj is called the Kashmir of Bengal. It took us 15 minutes to sweep by trawler near the white rocks, these moments are one of the best moments of my life.


Like us, many more tourists have come to see the white stone, everyone is busy with joy, while the mother is busy taking pictures, across Bholaganj is the Meghalaya state of India, because of the rain in Meghalaya all year round, the name of the state is Meghalaya, the water of Bushi flows over the white stone. Goes and with the water comes occasional white rocks, BGB was visible on the other side


The stones were very slippery so I carefully walked over the stones, unfortunately some unscrupulous gangs stole the slippery stones,


Let’s talk a little about Bholaganj


Cherrapunji, the world’s rainiest region, is located in the Indian hill state of Meghalaya. The location of this state is upstream of Dhalai river. The scenery of this state surrounded by Khasia Jaintia hills is very beautiful. By staying at the Bholaganj Ropeway area, one can observe the beautiful scenery of the hills. Cherrapunji’s rainwater during the monsoons creates a mountain stream in the Dhalai River. Many people call the Dhalai river as a dead river during summer, but the river swells during monsoon.


The monolova form of the Dhalai river, the green hills enclosing countless white rocks, leaves a sky blue shadow in the crystalline water that accumulates in the rocks. Clouds spread over the distant mountains, along with a trickle of a waterfall or two. A carpet of sand under the river’s wobbly knee-deep water. It is like a stone kingdom with fine silver sand and numerous small and white stones. Bholaganj is the name of this beautiful picture-perfect place created by nature.


Bholaganj is another important sightseeing place in Sylhet. Tourists flock here every day to enjoy the white stone, ropeway, stone quarries and mountain Monolova scenery. The distance from Sylhet to Bholaganj is only 33 km. People used to travel through this road in Shillong, the capital of Assam province of India. The Milky Way has been established here over the course of time.Name Bholaganj Ropeway. The country’s largest Bholaganj stone quarry is also located in this area. Tourists flock here every day to see the ropeway, stone quarries and mountain Monolova scenery.


Bholaganj is a beautiful village in Companiganj upazila of Sylhet. Bholaganj is a combination of ropeway, Pathar Carey, river and mountains. The distance from Sylhet city to Bholaganj is 33 km. The Dhalai River enters the Bangladesh part and splits into two parts before turning around the plant and merging again. The 100 acre ropeway has thus become a special attraction.


People used to travel through this road in Shillong, the then capital of Assam province of India. The Milky Way has been established here over the course of time. Name Bholaganj Ropeway. The country’s largest Bholaganj stone quarry is also located in this area. The ropeway, stone quarries and hilly monolova views attract tourists every day.


Interestingly, the area looks like a delta. The Dhalai River enters the Bangladesh side and splits into two parts, bypassing the plant and merging again. Dhalai River joins Piine River near Companyganj Upazila Sadar. The area of ​​the ropeway is about 100 acres. And that is why the place is so attractive to tourists.


Stone quarry scene In Bholaganj Quarry, stone is extracted mainly by digging pits during the dry season. In this method, the workers first remove the sand above the quarry. The hole is gradually dug and goes down. After digging a hole 7/8 feet deep, the water rises in the quarry. When the water rises, the workers lift the stone by removing the quarry water with a shallow machine. Beyond this, stones are quarried by the ‘Shiva boat’ method.


In this method, the way of lifting stones is – an empty boat is fitted with a shallow machine engine. The engine fan rotates underwater. As the fan rotates continuously, the soil becomes soft and the stones come out. The associates lifted the stones into the boat with the help of a winch. In this method, thousands of workers extract stones. The scene of stone extraction in this method is also very enjoyable.


Bholaganj Land Customs Station There is a land customs station at Bholaganj. Import and export activities are carried out through this station. Bangladeshi traders mainly import limestone through this station. Hundreds of trucks with limestone enter Bangladesh every day. The location of this customs station is on the zero line of the border. The sight of importing limestone is also attractive to tourists.


How to go to Bholaganj You can take train from Dhaka to Sylhet. Train is the first choice for many who want a relaxing tour. The train chair will cost Rs 320. If you want, you can also go to the first class seat. The train will leave Dhaka at 9.30-10 pm and reach Sylhet at 6 am. Get out of the station and take a rickshaw to Pansi restaurant, the fare will be 40 taka. Have breakfast there between 8 to 8.30 and take a rickshaw from in front of the restaurant.


This time your destination will be Ambarkhana Majumdar point, the fare will be 40 taka. Reaching Majumdar point you will see BRTC double decker bus or Ambarkhana reaching Majumdar point by asking someone. This double decker bus of BRTC will take you directly to Bholaganj Sada Pathar Trawler Ghat, the fare is Tk 60 per person. It will take about an hour. After 1 hour the bus left for Bholaganj.


As a basic meal in the morning you can have chicken khichuri for Tk 40 a plate. And whether you eat rice or biryani for lunch is up to you, but within 300 rupees you can have a good meal. If the total cost of two people is calculated, it is Tk 2040 excluding food. The easiest way for budget travelers is from Amberkhana bus stand


Sadapathar Tourist Bus-70 Tk BRTC Double Decker Bus – 60 Taka Those who want to give a relaxing tour You have to come to Sylhet city from any part of Bangladesh. From Kadmatoli you have to come to Ambarkhana point. You will get Bholaganj CNG from Ambarkhana point. You can get down from Kadmatoli and go to Ambarkhana point by rickshaw, the fare will be 50 taka.



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