Ahsan Manzil- monument of immense historical beauty

The place where Ahsan Manzil stands on the east is formerly known as Kumataruli of Islampur. It is located in the southern part of Dhaka city. Zamindar Sheikh Enayetullah created an entertainment named “Rang Mahal” in the middle of the eighteenth century in Jalalpur Pargana. Later, after the death of Sheikh Enayetullah a few days, his son Sheikh Matiullah, the luxurious promotion of “Rang Mahal”, was sold to the then French merchants.

Ahsan Manzil

Then there the French built their trade kuthi. The French built a quarry named “Lushzalla” in the northwest corner of this area (the present part of which is Ahsan Manzil). The quadrangle was relatively circular. After some time, in 1830, Khwaja Alimullah bought the kuthi from the French merchants and reformed for the purpose of living.

Khwaja Alimullah’s son, Nawab Abdul Gani, rebuilt the palace in 1859 and named the palace “Ahsan Manzil” under the name of his own son Khwaja Ahsanullah.

Later on 7 April 1888, a large number of parts of the Andhramhal of Ahsan Manzil collapsed due to a severe cyclonic storm, all of which were devastating by the devastating cyclone Ahsan Manzil. Later, Ahsan Manzil was rebuilt and a dome that is now seen on the high dome is added. At that time, there were not many high-rise buildings in Dhaka like Ahsan Manzil. So, from the far beyond, the dazzling dome of Ahsan Manzil attracted the attention of the people.

The part that is with the big dome is called the palace building, which was earlier in the colony, and there is another indoor mound next to it, also known as “Janaana”. The domed palace building is divided into two layers. The high octagonal angle dome on top of the round cell is raised in the middle. In the east, there is a bedroom salon, playing card room, library and three guest rooms and a nostrum, Hindu house room and several residential rooms in the west. The bottom floor has dining hall and durbar room, billiards room and treasury in the west.

The nawabs of Dhaka spent a lot of money on various welfare activities and other work, and they became indebted to the local moneylenders and the British Government. The responsibility of managing the zamindari in disadvantage was forced to hand over to Nawab Solimullah Court of Wards in 1907.

After the death of Nawab Silimullah in 1915, his own son, Habibullah, was replaced by his father, losing one of the zamindari parganas after the loan. Besides, other children are separated from their property. The collapse of the building resulted in gradual neglect of the building being abandoned. Then, when Nawab Habibullah died in 1958, his son Khwaja Hassan became Named after Asak. After the assumption of various speculations, after the various plans and commitments of different leaders, on September 20, 1992, the then Begum Khaleda Zia inaugurated the Ahsan Manzil museum.

Ahsan Manzil – what is here?
There’s a lot to see in this Pink Palace. If you say everything then you will enjoy the fun to know later? Instead, visit this place, the historical place of Bengal. Discover one’s eyes after one and the other. You can guarantee that if you have not gone before, you will need to look at every thing with time. Will not waste time

How to go Ahsan Manzil?
Those who have not gone to Ahsan Manzil before, if their home is too far from Old Dhaka, then Ahsan Manzil can come directly from CNG. And if the house is near old Dhaka then you can go with rickshaw. Those who are coming out of Dhaka can come to Babu Bazar / Sadarghat by bus / launch and come back to rickshaw.

Museum Exhibition Time:
Between 10-10.30 the museum was opened. You have to enter the ticket, you will have to open, usually open until the evening. Saturday – This schedule is applicable for Wednesday. Weekly closure on Thursday, and open on Friday afternoon after 3-3.30. So go on any day, and come back to Ahsan Manzil. How do the ant posts look like? You can inform what kind of writing you want. It takes a lot of readers’ comments as a new blog.

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