|Golap Gram, Rose Village, Sadullahpur, Savar, Dhaka|
For a little relaxation from urban mechanical life or to eliminate physical fatigue or mental exhaustion, we have many places to go around. But it takes time to travel somewhere far away and the cost is also higher. It is time to manage and spend time with the main obstacles. So there is a lot of places that can turn somewhere near Dhaka, around Dhaka. Golap Gram, Sadullahpur, which is very beautiful in its midst and is one of the places to give good heart, which is located in Braulia union of Savar near Dhaka. The location of Sadullapur at the bank of the Turag river of Savar near very close to Dhaka. You can believe that this village will eliminate a lot of tiredness in your mechanical life.
The whole village is the garden of the rose! The highlands are covered with the Mirandi variety of roses. Red, yellow, white, how many roses, there is no ytti in it. As far as you go around in the rose, you will be fascinated by the surroundings. Morning dew wet pink flashes of soft light The village's chest has been scratched to the narrow path. There is a wide rosary garden on both sides. There is a bright red rose. Rose souvenir spread in the village. You can buy roses by talking to any of the gardens here. But they do not want to sell roses less than 100-150.
The whole village of Sahadullahpur is surrounded by roses of flowers of various colors. Although it is called a rose village, there are many flowers in addition to roses, such as Jarvara, Gladiolas. The demand for more than half of the flowers in Dhaka is met from here. The farmers of the city, including Shahbag, provided the main supply of rose flowers to various flower markets.
Local flower farmers have built themselves in the village for their own needs. Sitting in Shyampur village every evening is Gulapar Hat. In front of the Abul Kashem Market there began the evening in the flower businessmen. There are many businessmen coming from different parts of the country including Dhaka and gathering in the crowd. To sell, sell. Until late night. Apart from this, the Sabu Market has the most in the market. Selling rosettes in this market is also bought. The demand for roses is always there. So the peasants are busy all year round. In the special festival days, the demand increased manifold.
Gladiolus flowers are a part of the garden
How to goOn different routes, go to Golap village or Sadullahpur.
Route-1: Jatrabari, Gulistan, Farmgate has bus services to Mirpur embankment. Besides, Mirpur number one section or Mirpur-10 or Gabtoli can easily go to the rickshaw Diyabari Batala Ghat. Apart from this, CNG operated auto rickshaws or taxicabes can be visited in Diyabari Battola Ghat. But remember this is not Diyabari but Doyabari of Uttara. Then from there, the ship of the Shalow engine left 10 minutes later to Sadullapur. Speedboat, kosha boat, Shallow boat agreement can also be taken for rent in Sadullapur. In that case, only the Kosha boat hire 300 taka, Shallow boat 250 rupees, Speedboat 500 taka. It is possible to circulate whole of Sadullapur. Again, the pitch-lined pathway through the village can also be rickshaw-mounted.
Route 2: Birulia Bridge with CNG Reserve from Tongi Station to Kamarpara. Rent 200 Taka From the Birulia Bridge to Otto 10 rupees, Arakan Bazar, from there, at 10 rupees, Satualpura at Auto, or Sadullahpur from Birulia Bridge at 20 taka directly.
Route 3: Uttara House Building, North Tower or Mascot Plaza, through the Sonargaon Highway, Dienibari in Leguna, then a few minutes to Mainrod, Birlia Bridge in the local car. You can walk. From the Birulia Bridge to Otto 10 rupees, Arakan Bazar, from there, at 10 rupees, Satualpura at Auto, or Sadullahpur from Birulia Bridge at 20 taka directly.
Or directly from the boat reserve from Sadullahpur. The reserve will be worth 500 taka. Sitting like 25 people.
The best route is the route of the Birulia Bridge. Because all the wonderful roses in this way. Throughout the street, Absolutely full street. Stop the auto stop and cover all the rose gardens.
Boat movement was closed after 6.
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