Birishiri, Netrokona [Travel Guide]

Birisiri, Netrokona, Photo: Tahsin Hossain

The main attraction of Birishiri is the hill of Bijaypur porch, which has woken up in the blue-green lake of water. White soil made the water color darker. But you can see this beautiful scene without going to Birishiri, but it does not. You will have to go to the hill of a little bit of victory in the Chinese soil. Its length is 15.5 kilometers and the width is 600 meters. The white clay covers the vast hills. In some places reddish soils can be seen and seen. There is a lake in the ground where the lake is formed, whose water is transparent blue anywhere, greenish blue or somewhat red. But the red water is not there anymore. Let the blue water of this lake remove all your fatigue and fatigue. And seeing the eyes of these lakes water, all the troubles of the coming will be overwhelmed. The white whale is flown by the foothills of the perennial, whereas the source of the blue is the Sameshwari river. Which is now known as coal mine. The reflection of the mountain of white Chinaman in the blue water of this river is like a miracle symbol. Excellent in one word!

The bellows of Birisiri will fool you for a little while but all the busyness. Apart from this, there are also Ranikagh Churches, Kamala Ranir Dighi and Someshwari Rivers.

Durgapur market beside Birishiri. Netrokona is the famous pillow of sweets found in the market. Do not forget to test that. Do not use the hotel, the rest house or anything else to make a bargain.

Birishiri: What to watch

The delicate cultural climate, Kshat-Tappa-Somesh Bari Kashavan, and the remoteness of the Ghamir Garo hills, reminiscent of the sky, grabbed the beauty of the beauty peasus from the British era. In the rainy season, beauty of Birishiri on the banks of Someshwari increased many times. Visitors visiting Burishiri in the cluttering cliff of the mountainous hillside down the hill show its wild beauty. There are mountainous cultural academies in Birishiri. Sixty percent of the aristocracy here is the ethnic group of garo, hajong etc. Here are some of the Tanka revolution memorials. Another name for Tebhaga movement in Hajong language is Tunka Biplob.

The tebhaga movement's legendary Comrade Moni Singh's memorial is here. There is a little noise-free market. In Parishiri, a different feeling of another feeling can be seen in the whole song. Here are the hill cultural academies. Quietly tidy, green enamel atmosphere. Tourist pressure is not high. Almost all the officials and employees of this place are mountainous, hajongs.

Apart from this, the Church of St. Joseph will be on the way to go. The church is well-arranged, silent and very beautiful.

Also, Ranichong churches are situated on the hill top 6 kilometers north of Durgapur. The beauty of Birishiri from the peak of this hill gets another dimension.

Kamala Rani Dighi beside Birishiri Union Parishad This orange is also known as Rari Dighi Sea Dighi. Although the river completely disappears in the river, its south-western border is still a witness to the present.

The way to go to Birishiri

From Mohakhali bus station of Dhaka, buses bus to Durgapur (Durgapur) directly. The two bus services are the government, Jinnat etc. Rent 250-350 taka Within 5-7 hours you will reach the natural beauty of Bishishiri. Although it is known as Birishiri bus, it will be mainly till Sukhnagari. From there you will have to cross the small river in the boat. From there you can go to Durgapur, rickshaw, tempo, bus or motor cycle. The road is not very good. If the rickshaw is 80-100 taka In the bus or the temple, the rent is Tk 20. Besides, a motorcycle will cost 2 to 100 taka.

For returning to Dhaka, Durgapur's centerpiece talukdar plaza left in front of the eleventh and at night eleventh two night coaches left for the purpose of Dhaka. You can buy a ticket from here and go to the bus. Mohakhali will reach at 5 in the morning.

This porcelain hill can be seen in a few other tourist areas, renting the battery rickshaw from Birishiri Bazar. For the whole day the rent will be 500-600 taka. Tribal Cultural Academy, Ranikhang Church, Someswari River, Garo Palli, Orange Park, Porcelain Hills will be standing in six hours from five to five years.

On the train - Haor Express from Dhaka left at 11.50 in the night. At this train will be going to Shyamganj train station in the morning. Berishi Bazar bus from here or CNG. You can come to Mymensingh by train and come to the bus from Birishiri.

Some ordinary cargoes from Chittagong go off from jewelery. Rent 450-600 tickets (can take even more)
Dhaka Counter: 01917710008 (Ershad)
Susang Durgapur Counter: 01711669774 (Shipar)

Where to stay

There are several good guest houses to stay in Susang Durgapur. Their names and contact numbers are given below:

District Council Dak Bungalow: 01558380383, 01722571795

Small ethnic group cultural academy, Guest House: 09525-56042, Mobile: 0181548006

Youth Men Christian Association or Rest House of YMCA: 01818613496, 017167277637, 01714418039, 0174330630, 019244975935, 017787833332. Room rent is 300-500 taka.

YWCA Guest House: 017110277901 Amita Sangma's Mobile Number for YWCA - 0171204 916 Room rent is 750 rupees (2 beds) and you can also arrange VIP rooms. They have a large hallway where 18 people can be together, so that the cost of the bed will cost 200 rupees. YWCA's roof is the most beautiful, from there it is extraordinary to see the full moon.

Apart from this, there are some more middle-class hotels in Durgapur, among which mention

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