Ramna Park is a huge park and recreation area located in the heart of Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh. The park is one of the most beautiful areas in the center with lots of trees and a lake near the center.
Ramna Park now covers an area of .6.50 acres (277,200 m2), of which the lake covers an area of 7.7676 acres (35,500 m2).
The walkways inside the park have been widened and five new gates have been built to enter from different directions. The park has many nice and modern places to relax. Which is maintained by PWD.
History of Ramna Park
Ramna Park was officially inaugurated in 1989 with 6.50 acres (356,100 m2) of land with species1 species of plants. Huge open spaces south-west facing the lake were used for holding national fairs and exhibitions.
In 1960, Queen Elizabeth II was given a nostalgic civic reception in Ramna Park with a local fireworks display. A raised concrete platform was made for the queen, the remains of which can still be seen in the park near the lake.
The current landscape at Ramna Park was designed in 1952 by the Bangladesh Public Works Department (formerly the CNDB Department). The lake was dug deep and extended in length. Walkways and garden paths were built in steps as the sections were rearranged and rearranged.
Seedlings of rare species were completed by deep vertical tube/water supply pipes to encourage deep growth of deep roots by tree wells. A bud-shaped water tower was built on the north side of the park to supply these.
19 On the night of March 25, 1971, the Pakistani army launched a violent offensive against the civilians of Karachi. The Ramna Kali temple and the surrounding Ma Anandamayi Ashram were demolished and more than 200 Hindus who had taken refuge inside were killed.
How to Go?
It situated in Dhaka capital. It near Shahbag Chattor.