Ahsan Manzil Museum in Bangladesh

Ahsan Manzil Museum is located in present-day Islampur on the bank of the Buriganga river in old Dhaka, known as the Kumratuli of Islampur. It was the house of British India’s nawab family and sadar kachari. This building is one of the best architectural features of Dhaka, rich in immense decoration.

Ahsan Manzil Museum

Khwaja Alimullah, father of Nawab Abdul Gani, purchased this cloth from the French in 1830 and made it suitable for his home through reform. Later, Nawab Abdul Gani rebuilt this palace in 1869 and named after his son, Khwaja Ahsanullah, Ahsan Manzil was named after him.

 

Inspection schedule

Summer schedule: (April-September) – (Saturday-Wednesday) 10.30 am – 5.30pm Friday – 3.00 pm – 7.30pm
Winter Schedule: (October-March) – (Saturday-Wednesday) 9.30am – 4.30pm Friday – 2.30 pm – 7.30pm
Thursday – Weekly holidays and other public holiday museums will be closed.
Ticket counter

The gate is situated on the east side of Ahsan Manzil, on the right side is a ticket counter. The rooms used as counter are those soldiers who had previously been barracks and guardrooms.

 

Ticket price list

Adult Bangladeshi visitors = 5 per person per person, unmarried Bangladeshi child visitors (below 12 years) = 2 rupees per person, SAARC local visitors = 5 per person per person, other foreign visitors = 75 rupees per person, note that there is no ticket for the disabled visitors. No, and on the basis of application from the past, students are given free museums to see.

Students of Ahsan Manzil museum are allowed to enter the ticket free of charge.

There is no advance ticket. However, the tickets can be collected up to 30 minutes before the closing of Ahsan Manzil in the mentioned days.

 

Spectacular things

Ahsan Manzil, one of the finest architectural monuments in Dhaka is This palace is now being used as a museum with a memorial of the Nawab family.

Today the main palace of Ahsan Manzil has been converted into a gallery. Total gallery 23 According to the Photograph of Photograph taken in 1904, various rooms and galleries were arranged.

Details

01.

19th century warrior armor, short history of the building, repairs and next photography and painting. Ahsan Manzil auctioned for sale and ordered to build new buildings.

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Nawabs, utensils, utensils, balloons and chandeliers.

03.

It is in the Palace Dining Room, Nabab’s ceremonial dining room.

04.

Stiletto and helmet, with skeleton of the elephant head (including ivory), ornamental durma fencing / wood piercing decoration.

05.

Main ladder lower ground. The doors are decorated with slopes, slopes, spears, spears.

06.

Some of the latest tools and drafts used in Sir Ahsanullah Jubilee Memorial Hospital are displayed here.

07.

Muslim League Room This room was used as a court hall for the Nawabs. At the time of the establishment of the All India Muslim League, there is a large oil paintings of all Indian Muslim League leaders who came to the conference in Shahbagh.

08.

Billiard room According to photographs taken in 1904, billiard tables, lighting fittings, sofa etc. were made.

09.

Box room – Room used as the treasury of Nawab of Dhaka. There are 94 iron-colored iron caps. Large wooden cabinets and a few small and medium and small boxes Iron grille, door slab etc.

10.

Nawab Introduction- In this gallery, the history of the famous people of Nawab of Dhaka, and the family history of the Nawabs, and the documents of Ahsanullah’s diary written in English and Urdu for writing in recent years from Kashmiri Adivasis of Nawabs.

11.

Portrait: In this gallery there are oil paintings of renowned politicians, social workers, landlords, intellectuals, social reformers, poets, litterateurs and other people.

12.

Nawab Salimullah remembered – photographs of different periods from Nawab Salimullah’s childhood, personal and official use of Nawab.

13.

Portraits- Members of Nawab family used to travel from Rangmahal to a gangway in the west to enter the inner circle. It is currently closed due to security risks.

14.

The construction and renovation work of this gallery is being carried out on the photograph taken by Fritzjap in Hindustani Room-1904.

15.

Main cottage staple – white cement sculpture, photograph and engraving wooden stairs, red carpet and wooden ornamental ceiling on the roof.

16.

Library Room – This gallery is undergoing renovation work.

17.

Cardroom – Room of Tash of Nawabs of Dhaka Reform is going on.

18.

Nawab’s contributions to water supply in Dhaka. This room was used as a gesture. There are water drums, ice cream, bucket, coffee making machine, coffee cup, cooliff glass, water tap and ornamental bucket.

19.

State bedroom – This bedroom, bedroom bed, cupboard, watch, dressing table, mirror, shelf, table-chair for the rest and rest of the royal guests is here.

20.

Nawab’s contribution to electricity in Dhaka Electricity, kerosene lamp, hurricane furnace, hurricane search lamp in Dhaka, details of nawab’s money in Dhaka, the signal lights, various local electric bulbs, kerosene operated fan, various types of glass lights, candle stand, fenus etc., in the public welfare abroad.

 

Guide to the Ahsan Manzil Museum

There are guides for visitors to the Nawabbari museum. When the gathering is done in the reception room at the following times, the guides illustrate the spectrum of visitors.

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