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Destination Palm Bagan in Sylhet

Destination Palm Bagan in Sylhet

Days are passing in urban civilization, life expectancy is decreasing. So you can visit Pambagan, a little far from Sylhet city, during the upcoming puja holidays. We were going towards Majortila after passing Bandarbazar, Mirabazar, Shibganj, Tilagarh to go to Pambagan. Finally we reached the mouth of Khadimpara.

Now which direction to go, I could not find the address. Later, I asked the locals in desperation, which direction is the palm garden. It is said that if you go a little further along the road ahead, you will see the palm garden. But must enter with permission. Otherwise it is not possible to enter. Anyway, we moved on. I arrived at the destination, but the entrance was closed. I started thinking, what can be done. The people of the surrounding houses are not seen. After some time I met an elderly man. I asked him how to enter the palm garden. He said, earlier the gate was open regularly. But from now on entry without permission has been stopped. 

The old man said, wait for some time, the porter may have gone somewhere in front; You can enter by telling him when he comes. In no time the doorman appeared. He allowed everyone to enter on one condition after everyone requested. Everyone started moving forward happily. I saw a small pool in front. The stream is flowing down. These streams are called Chara in the regional language of Sylhet. It was nice to see Chara after a long time.

We proceeded towards the palm garden. There are two ways forward. One is plains, another is dune trekking for adventurous people. Another group started going down the hill with me on the way to Pam Bagan. It felt good to be on the road. I could see the view of the palm garden from a distance. Pambagan looked amazing from the hill. As far as the eye can see, the vast palm grove is lined with rows of palm trees. We reached the garden path. I saw a tea garden next to it. The tea plant has sprouted new leaves, so the vibrant leaves are illuminating the surroundings. With the beautiful blue sky above and the vast green below, this garden looks like a hand-painted picture. I found out in words, This palm plantation is privately owned. A little further ahead I saw the reservoir. The reflection of the palm garden in the closed water of that reservoir is simply wonderful. Sun god playing hide and seek between rows of palm trees. Palm trees have borne fruit. We wandered from one end of the garden to the other. The chirping of birds created a different atmosphere. The fascination does not end here. A little further ahead, I saw a hill of sand. It is a sand dune of various colors. Pink, yellow, brown, orange, white colored sand has been created in layers. We started taking pictures one after another. It was dusk. Now it’s our turn to go home. We went back to our dera. This dune is formed by layers of white colored sand. We started taking pictures one after another. It was dusk. Now it’s our turn to go home. We went back to our dera. This dune is formed by layers of white colored sand. We started taking pictures one after another. It was dusk. Now it’s our turn to go home. We went back to our dera.

how to go

There are direct buses from Dhaka to Sylhet. After a while the buses leave. Buses will be available from Fakirapool, Syedabad and Mohakhali. If you want to go by train, you can go from Kamalapur. Every day at 6.40am Parabat and 2.00pm Jayantika Express leaves for Sylhet. Upaban Express departs at 9:50 PM every day except Wednesday. Then he went to Khadimnagar in a CNG-powered auto-rickshaw. After entering through Gate No. 2 of Khadimnagar, you will be able to walk for four to five minutes. Apart from that, passing Sylhet Engineering College and proceeding through Tilagarh Ecopark is the road to Pambagan.

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