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  1. IUBAT— International University of Business Agriculture and Technology A Journey Through History An Approach To Identify The Heritage Trail Of OLD DHAKA Submitted to : Most. Jannatul Ferdows Faculty, College of Nursing. 1
  2. 2 1. Subject Name : Educational Planning 2. Subject Code : ART 102 3. Section : N 4. Group Name : Tetra Explorer IUBAT- International University of Business Agriculture and Technology
  3. Group Members Md. Farukur Rahman Department of Mechanical Engineering ID: 23107053 S.M.Fahim Shahriar Department of Mechanical Engineering ID: 23107060 Latifur Rahman Rajon Department of Mechanical Engineering ID: 23107061 Md. Mehedi Hassan Rakib Department of Mechanical Engineering 23107063 3
  4. An Approach to identify the heritage trail of OLD DHAKA. 4
  5. 5 Student’s Declaration 1. We have conducted thorough research on the topic, and all sources used in this presentation have been properly cited and acknowledged. 2. We take full responsibility for the accuracy and completeness of the information presented in the assignment. Any errors or omissions are unintentional. 3. Furthermore, we understand that this presentation is to be used solely for educational purposes.
  6. 6 Acknowledgement 1. We are indebted to the cultural and historical richness of Old Dhaka, which has opened our eyes to a world of beauty and diversity. 2. We extend our heartfelt thanks to the craftsmen and artisans of Old Dhaka who have shared their skills and knowledge with us. 3. We would like to express our deepest gratitude to the people of Old Dhaka for welcoming us into their community with open arms.
  7. 7 Table of CONTENTS Serial Content Page 1. History 8-9 2. Population 10 3. Culture 11-13 4. Foods 14-16 5. Economy 17-19 6. Problems 20-22 7. Solution 23-24 8. Summary 25 9. Conclusion 26
  8. 8 Old Dhaka, also known as Puran Dhaka, is the historic center of the city of Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh. The area has a rich history that dates back over 400 years. The city of Dhaka was founded in the early 17th century by Mughal prince Islam Khan, who established a fort in the area to control the region. The fort was named "Jahangir Nagar" after the Mughal emperor Jahangir.
  9. Old Dhaka was also a center of political activity during the struggle for independence from British rule. The area saw intense fighting between the Pakistani army and Bengali nationalists during the Bangladesh Liberation War in 1971. Today, Old Dhaka is a densely populated area with a mix of residential and commercial buildings The area is known for its many mosques, temples, and historic landmarks, including the Lalbagh Fort, the Armenian Church, and the Star Mosque. 9 HISTORY
  10. OLD DHAKA  Dhaka, Bangladesh- People on the street of Old Dhaka: The Asia- Pacific region is urbanizing rapidly. While for the world as a whole the urban population growth rate is 2.0%, in Asia and the Pacific it is 2.3%. 10
  11. 11 Culture of OLD DHAKA Shakrain: Shakrain Festival(also known as Kite festival or Ghuri Utsob) is an annual celebration in Old Dhaka,which is observed with the flying of kites. This day is also known as Poush Sangkranti. It is one of the oldest annual festivals and a significant event in Bangladeshi Culture.It is also the symbol of unity and friendship in Bangladesh.
  12. 12 Language: Dhakaiya Kutti and Dhakaiya Urdu are mainly used in Old Dhaka region. Dhakaiya Kutti is spoken by the original Dhakaiyas of Old Dhaka which is a dialect of Bengali and Dhakaiya Urdu is spoken by Khusbas, Bihari and Mujahir. Culture of OLD DHAKA
  13. 13 Education: Jagannath University is a leading public university in our country located at Old Dhaka. Sir Salimullah Medical College was founded in 1875 in Old Dhaka also. These institutions are having a very important impact in our educational sector & also carrying the culture of Old Dhaka. Culture of OLD DHAKA
  14. 14 Foods of OLD DHAKA Biriyani: When Mughal rule arrived in the Dhaka region in the early 17th century, it brought - along with intrigue, grandeur and tantrums - the biryani. Back then, it is said, the biryani could be prepared only for members of the ruling family, that too on special occasions.
  15. 15 Bakarkhani: Dhakai Bakarkhani is the traditional food/snack of the people of old Dhaka. It is famous for its quality and taste and it was highly praised by the Royal court of the Mughal Empire in Delhi. Foods of OLD DHAKA
  16. 16 Beauty Lachchi: Beauty Lachchi is one of the best drinks in Old Dhaka. This business is about 100 years old. It’s famous for It's taste. Because they do not use any blenders or other modern machinery to make the lachchi. They use their traditional way and hand. So, this is the main secret of their Lachchi. Foods of OLD DHAKA
  17. 17 Economy of OLD DHAKA Retail and wholesale trade: Old Dhaka is home to many shops, bazaars, and markets selling a wide range of products, including textiles, clothing, electronics, hardware, and food.
  18. 18 Tourism: Old Dhaka is a popular tourist destination due to its rich history and cultural heritage. Many visitors come to the area to visit historic landmarks and sample the local cuisine. Handicrafts: Old Dhaka is famous for its traditional handicrafts, including textiles, pottery, and metalwork. Many artisans and craftspeople operate small workshops and sell their products in local markets. Economy of OLD DHAKA
  19. 19 Transport and logistics: Old Dhaka is an important transportation hub, with many trucks, buses, and rickshaws passing through the area. The river port of Sadarghat, located in Old Dhaka, is also an important center for river transport and commerce. Economy of OLD DHAKA
  20. 20 Problems of OLD DHAKA Traffic Jam: Old Dhaka is known for its narrow streets and heavy traffic, which leads to congestion and delays.
  21. 21 Problems of OLD DHAKA Environmental degradation: The area faces issues such as pollution, waste management, and water scarcity. Housing and infrastructure: Many residents of Old Dhaka live in informal settlements with inadequate housing and infrastructure.
  22. 22 Poverty and unemployment: Many residents of Old Dhaka face poverty and lack of economic opportunities. The poverty rate is increasing day by day. Problems of OLD DHAKA
  23. 23 Solution for the Problems The government plans to specially develop and bring back the traditional architecture of old Dhaka keeping the original heritage of the ancient city unharmed. It is known that Dhaka is at the bottom of the list of livable cities in the world and within this city, Old Dhaka is the most unplanned residential and commercial area. RAJUK has taken the initiative to redevelop such an unplanned area on a block basis.
  24. 24 Traffic congestion and the unorganized infrastructure is still the main problem in old Dhaka. Initiatives are needed to solve these problems. It is possible to solve this problem permanently, especially through redevelopment. The landowners need to be offered a convincing amount of benefit in exchange for their involvement in the plan. It may seem to be unrealistic to achieve, however, if factors are considered in the plan where the landowners are assured better return, it can be possible. Solution for the Problems WE LOVE OLD DHAKA
  25. 25 Summary 1. Old Dhaka is a historic part of the city, with a rich cultural and architectural heritage. 2. The area is known for its bustling streets, vibrant markets, and delicious food. 3. Despite facing challenges such as overcrowding and environmental degradation, Old Dhaka remains an important cultural center in Bangladesh.
  26. 26 CONCLUSION In conclusion, Old Dhaka is a vibrant and historically rich part of the city that is home to numerous cultural and architectural landmarks. Despite facing various challenges such as overpopulation, traffic congestion, and environmental degradation, Old Dhaka continues to attract tourists and locals alike with its bustling streets, lively markets, and delicious cuisine. As efforts are made to preserve and promote its cultural heritage, Old Dhaka remains a must-visit destination for anyone seeking to explore the unique and diverse culture of Bangladesh.
  27. 27 THANK YOU for taking the time to learn about Old Dhaka!