Debota Pukur, Khagrachori [Travel Guide]

Debota Pukur, Khagrachori, Credit: TOB

Khagrachari-Mohalchori-Rangamati road is 11 km south of the district headquarter, 4 km west of the main road at Nunchari Mauja of Sadar Upazila permanently the pond of Goddess of peace. This goddess pond is located on the top of the hill at 700 feet height from sea level.

It is said that the water-goddess itself has excavated this pond for the purpose of preventing water from local residents. Local people consider the blessings of god in the pond water. The pond's water never drips even after the position of the pond is very high due to the miracle of the god.

Each year, thousands of people from various communities of Chaitra Sankranti visit to visit the pond. The pandal of legendary goddess is worshiped to Tripura people.

Tripura is organized here in Chaitrai every year. In the language of Tripura, the name of goddhapukur is matae pukheer. Matae means god and pukhee means pond. Dense forest around the pond looks like the beauty deity is standing in front of itself. There were two settlements beside this high hill.

 The zamyya of this settlement once used to cultivate zoom on that hill. At one stage of cultivating zum, he was not allowed to cultivate that mountain, to make him dream. But even without the importance of the dream, even after repeatedly forbidding the dream, he continued to cultivate zoom as usual. Last night, he was asked to eat zombie harvest by hellbill, and in doing so, he was told that he would get some more money. But Jwira did not have any faith and strength to fulfill this demand. A few days later, there was a devastating earthquake on the ninth night of the night. In the morning, people from around the world can see the big water on the hill in place of jum. This water is known as the Debota Pukur.

This goddess is filled with water in the rain during the monsoon and it is not dried any time of the year. A wide range of mountains around the pond Its position on the east-west side is approximately 700 feet tall. The pond size is approximately 1500 feet in length and about 600 feet in width.

How to go

Khagrachhari will be able to go from Dhaka to Shanti, Shyamoli, Hanif and other transport buses. The rent will be Tk 520. BRTC and St. Martin's Paribahan AC Bus are also available in Khagrachari.


Saint Martin Paribahan - Arambagh 017626691341, 017626691340. Khagrachari: 017626691358.

Shyamoli Transport - Arambagh: 02-714-291. Kalyanpur: 9003331, 8034275. Asadgata 8124881, 912454. Dampara (Chittagong) 01711371405, 01711377244.

Peace Transport - Arambagh (Dhaka) - 01190994007. Oxygen (Chittagong) 01817715552.

Khagrachari can also go from Chittagong. BRTC AC Bus (Chittagong) Kadamtali 01682385255. Khagrachari 01557402507

From the Khagrachari to Mahalchhari going on the way of Maaschhari The brick road will start at the end of the pitch-laden road ahead if further moves through the pot. The road to the car with the Chand carries a little more on the road. Then you have to walk about 2/3 kilo paths.

Where to eat

Traditional system restaurant location at Pankhai Para near Khagrachari city. Here you can eat traditional diets of Khagrachari. Contact: 0371-626634, 01556773493, 017390632222

Where to stay

Khagrachari has hotels (Hotel) for different quality, including tourism motel.

  • Tourism Motel: When it crosses the Chengi river, it will enter the city. All the rooms in the motel are two beds. Rent: AC 2100 Taka, Non AC 1300 Taka AC suite room is 3,100 taka. The map of Bangladesh within the motel is made. However, due to electrical disruption in whole Khagrachari district the AC rooms are being rented as non-AC due to the voltage fluctuation. Contact: 0371-6208485.

  • Hotel Eco Chowki is situated in the mountainous environment beside Khagrapur Cantonment. It is the resort type hotel. Contact: 0371-62625, 3743225.

  • Hotel Hill Suborno: 0371-61436, 01190776812
  • Hotel Zerin 0371-61071.
  • Hotel Lobby: 0371-6120, 01556575746, 01199244730.
  • Hotel artists: 0371-61795.

Share this:

Post a Comment

Copyright © Mohiemen Tanim's Travel Guide. Designed by OddThemes