Modhupur National Park in Bangladesh

Madhupur average in the country’s third largest forest. Known as the Madhupur National Park, these sal forests live in the Gajari forest and the Garo community of small ethnic groups. Though the area is interesting for visitors, it can not attract tourists in many places.

Modhupur National Park

In 1962, the 40-square-mile area was covered with Madhupur National Park. In 1982, the notification was issued with 25,000 acres of land. Traditional forests of this forest lived on a variety of species of wild animals. There were 5 hundred species of medicinal plants. A visitor said, if it is presented more beautifully then it will be much more interesting than any tourist center of Bangladesh, and even Sundarbans.

Currently in protected areas there are deer, monkeys, burnt hanuman and Bagdasa. Though the other tourist spots of the country are artificially arranged, the beauty of the Madhupur average is all natural. There were 63 species of trees once in the rich Madhupur Salon in the wildlife. In the name of the most valuable tree of the forest, the forest is known as ‘Shaloban’.

There were native species of trees such as Boonodmur, Monkata, Jonglikhjur, Daman, Titzam, Kashigota, Titfal, Dukhururuj, Sentham, Jarul, Palash, Tufa, Nasin Amalki, Hori, Beera, Beet, Gandhi Ghajer and Bamboo. Many of which are medicinal plants In Phalguna, the air of the forest area became fragrant, with the boiling of the boiling flowers of the shaw tree. During this time the body of the people living in the average area would have been warm and nausea and laughter would be eaten.

This body heat was called the Gajaira fever in the local language. To protect Gajaira from fever, mother-jyora used to spend 15 -20 days at the house of another at a distance of the family. Apart from this, there were a lot of beehoor and anaagouta trees in the forest. The wild and the whole tree (fruit) of the Behur and Ana trees were another euphorbia forest.

Bayoor and Ana, a teenage boy, used to eat whole grains. Distant teenagers used to roam around the neck, marmalade, and hands with the thread of the beehurgootra. It was a tradition every year. Now it’s just a story. On the other hand, the construction of the house with the shell frame of Shal Ghajari tree of Madhupur forest was the traditional practice of the people of the region. A visitor told that there is no security here. Since it is a forest area, it needs adequate security here.

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