Dunlop Auliyapur Neelkuthi, Madaripur [Travel Guide]

Dunlop Auliyapur Neelkuthi, Madaripur

Known to ordinary people, by the name of Lap Sahib, blue kuthi British indigo torture and historical Faraizi on the poor peasants. Nilkuthi's silent witness is now standing there. The location of this sapphire is located at the village of Awalipur in the district of Sadar upazila, about 10km east-east of Madaripur district town. John is a myth, long before the village is named after the Awakening of several Awadhi people by the name of Pir Awaly. Durga Sharif of Khawaja Yusuf Shah Ahsan of the famed awliya Hazrat Shahsufi in this village. The dregs of the poorly neglected today are worn out. The location of the dargah is next to the blue closet. 50 years ago and this area was covered with dense forest. There lived a variety of wild animals with tigers. Now there is no jungle here. About two hundred years ago Dunlop Saheb, an English blue taxman who came to India with the desire to become a millionaire in the blue business of Nil, came to this region. He built blue aquarium on 12 acres of land. This blue kuthi is almost sure today. The house of the house has also been in a variety of ways. The ruins of the debris and the buildings of brick buildings are covered. And as the memory remains almost untouched, only the reactor is locally known that as a part of greater Faridpur, the cultivation of indigo in Madaripur was started sometime after the Battle of Palashi. The peasants of the area were forced to cultivate only indigenous crops except rice, jute, wheat, mustard and other crops. If the land was once cultivated in blue, it would not have been possible to cultivate any other crop. During the time of distress, very poor farmers were influenced by indigenous brokers through indigenous and indigenous farmers. Madaripur is very useful for indigo cultivation. Then the English was crowded by the crowd to cultivate the blue. This is related to Dunlop's brother-in-law. Historical Faraizi Movement When the British in the sub-continent oppressed the peasants of the area, even at the extreme stage, the tribals and their agents, the oppressors of the landlords, were also plagued. At that time a large lathial force was formed with the farmers of Haji Shariatullah and his son Mohsinuddin Dudu Mia from Bahadurpur village of Shibchar upazila of Madaripur. This protest once took place in the movement. After the death of Shariatullah, in 1738, under the leadership of his son Dudu, a Brahmin with a Brahmin and a three-kilometer long battle was fought near Nilkuthi. Nilkutial Dunlop, defeated in the war, escaped from Nilkuthi with his team. The place where the battle of the Awalipur is still known as Rankhola. Near extinct nearly Dunlop Nilkuthi, Rankhola on the east, Awalipur Bazar in the west, Uore Kalitala and South in Aaliyapur Darga Sharif. In the middle of the 12-room cottage, the furnace has a 40-foot-high chimney. This historic instruction is going to become extinct in day and day. The locals want this Nilkuthi government to torture their fore-men and the history of the Faraizi movement. The officials of the government departments assured the residents to save the sapphire, but they have not seen any signs of implementation so far. Talking to one of the historians of Madaripur, Dr. Abdul Barir, member of the Bangladesh History Association, he demanded the protection of this sapphire. He said that if the historical neel kuthi is lost then no memento of the oppression of the British will be left in the Madaripur region. Madaripur people expect this government will come forward to save the children. At present, many land of sapphire has become unbearable. It is not possible to preserve the sapphire until the land is recovered. Neelkuthi maintenance is important. Not only for the visitors but the historical significance of this kind is immense.

Aulipur Nilkuthi is one of the tourist attractions in the district. The Nilkuthi is located at Auliyapur village of the district's Sadar upazila. The Englishman Neelkar Dunlop was the president of this chamber. At the faraway stage of the fief, the leader of the Haji Shariat Ullah fought with the struggle of the indigo plant of Dunlop. In the war, Dunlop's army suffered extreme defeat. This place is known as Ranakhola.

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