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Immense potential of tourism industry- Lova-Mulagula of Kanaighat

Publish : 14 Mar 2011, Mon, Time : 07:25, Read Count : 12891

Beneath the foothills Khasia-Jaintiya in the north-eastern border of Bangladesh,the ancient place surrounded by numerous rivers and wonderfully decorated by nature is called Kanaighat. It is approximately 512 km (or 32 miles) distant from the city of Sylhet and situated in the north-eastern border. It takes either Sylhet-Tamabila road or Jakigajna road to reach The Kanaighat Upazila headquarters from the city of Sylhet. There are two bus stations on both the banks of the Surma river which is flowing beside the Kanaighat bazar. The border is sourrounded by the Khasia- Jaiyantiya hills. The Upazilla is gifted with a number of hillocks including the hillocks of Khasia- Jaiyantiya ,Manipuri, Mikirpara and Luhajuri. Lova, Nungang, Kalijuri, Apang, Suroi, Singair, Napitkhal- are the several  streams coming out of these hillocks , the amazing natural beauty of the upstream is remarkable.Taking a boat ride along the zigzag river between the altituides having both sides decorated naturally with hundreds of species of plants and wild flowers captivates the mind.
 is located approximately 10 km away from the district headquarters of kanaighat there is Lovachara tea gardens, Lovachora stone query, balumahala, forestry projects, reserve fisheries and scenic area surrounding the Lova river bank abut bright prospects in the tourism industry. This ancient place is blessed with naturally beautiful sceneries. High-lying hills of natural grace. Fountain Lake has slopes of the mountains- which indeed is a heart touching view. In this area there are a number of vast tea gardens. Hundreds of labours picsk up freshest & greenest tea leaves. In Mulagulas tea garden Lovachara there grows lots of fruit trees like-Lychee, Mango, Jackfruit, Beetle nut, Bay leaf, Beetle leaf, Starfruit trees etc. There is a hanging bridge built in 1925 by the British. There is a Shaheed Minar or a memorial monument, which has been built in the memories of the martyrs of the language movement. On the side of the tea gardens flows the fierce river Lova. Water is very clear and beautiful. Mountains near the border with India in the area of Lova bounds people to stare and indulge its beauty and charm. Which appears not to read or write but to enjoy, to feel from the core of ones heart. As soon as the sun sets the electric lights lightened up in India seems to be like fireflies.The river Lova river gets renovated during the moonlight night. Kanaighats Lova-mulagula area is enriched with beauty and wealth. Every year, billions of stone is derived from the query. Stones ans sand are also being collected from here. The interesting fact is that,by the active mountain slope when woods and bamboos moves here from India towards the slopes of the mountains Khasia-jaintiya the natives rush here to collect them. Its said that, in past Khasia-jaiyantiya hill was the living place of numerous monkeys,wild pigs, elephants, tigers and other ferocious animals. Often the animals came out of the habitations. Still now, tigers can be seen coming out of the  hills during the Autumn. Whenever the existence of tigers are found the locals of the areas Mualgula, Borobanda, Suroighaat, Kalinagar, Nihalpur tactically surrounds the suspected areas,forests, mountains or hillocks with a fake tiger stuck. Hearing the news of captivating a tiger, thousands and thousands of people come from different places to see tigers. They even arrange a fair which often lasts for 7-8 days. Local people enjoy the fair (in other words tiger kheora). Lova and Sarai rivers originates from the jaiyantiya Khasia hills. Lova river has got transparent waters though fierce. The walk down to the feet 5/7 fishes can be seen clearly with the naked eye because of the transparency of the water. In the river adjacent to the borders of India there are queries of large stones. Thousands of Bangladeshi workers went to every query with the boat to retrieve the stones. Throughout the year huge amount of stone is retrieved. Hundreds of cargo, boats, stimer, trucks are constantly being taken in different parts of the stone covers. But it is very sad to say that, even today, to areas of natural beauty kanaighat Lova-mulagula havent got the right and appropriate infra- structure. After long 42 years of independence, the people's living standards havent been developed. people travel by boat on the river Surma from kanaighat Upazila to lova-mulagula area . It takes a two and a half hours. It takes 200-300taka to reserve an engine-boat. Natural source of beauty- kanaighat lobha-mulagula region has favorable conditions to develop as a tourist center-tourists can come here to visit the rivers, jungles, queries. If it really happens to build tourist attractions and travel sites in here, then the country can become more interesting than many of the famous tourist attractions to travel to places of natural scene kanaighat Lova-mulagula than any other places in abroad.
Directions to Lova-mulagula:
It is approximately 512 km (or 32 miles) distant from the city of Sylhet and situated in the north-eastern border.It takes either Sylhet-Tamabila road or Jakigajna road to reach The Kanaighat Upazila headquarters from the city of Sylhet. There are two bus stations on both the banks of the Surma river which is flowing beside the Kanaighat bazaar.






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