New Market, Dhaka, Bangladesh

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New market is one of the famous & old markets in Dhaka city. It was established in 1958 by Dhaka City Corporation. It has two stored building with in triangular shaped. There are about 480 stores in this market. In the center of new market has a beautiful mosque. Home & family products, shari, cloths, shoes, books, stationary, jewelers, fast food, electronic products, kitchen products are available here.

New market has three gates. It is almost 20 acres in area. The main customers are middle class women & students. About 20-30 thousands customer come here everyday. In national holy day about 40-50 thousand peoples are gathering here. Tuesday is holiday.

New market open at 9:00 am and closed at 8:00 pm. New market is the first modern shopping center in Dhaka city.

Along with executes shops, in the street huge number of hackers market which is patronized by big shops. New super market is the extensional market of new market. It is famous for low price home & family products. Most of case there is fake foreign products with excellent leveling. But people are not so unhappy to buy foreign products with low price.


নিউ মার্কেট ঢাকা শহরের একটি বিখ্যাত ও পুরাতন মার্কেট। ১৯৫৮ সালে ঢাকা সিটি কর্পোরেশন এটি প্রতিষ্ঠা করে। এটি ত্রিভুজাকৃতির একটি দু’তলা ভবন বিশিষ্ট মার্কেট। এই মার্কেটে প্রায় ৪৮০ টি দোকান আছে। নিউ মার্কেটের অভ্যন্তরে একটি সুন্দর মসজিদ আছে। প্রয়োজনীয় তৈজসপত্র, কাপড়, শাড়ী, জুতা, বই, ষ্টেশনারী, জুয়েলারী, ফার্ষ্ট ফুড, ইলেক্ট্রনিক সামগ্রী প্রভৃতি এখানে পাওয়া যায়।

নিউ মার্কেটে তিনটি গেইট আছে। এটা প্রায় ২০ একর এলাকা নিয়ে তৈরি। এটির প্রধান গ্রাহক হলো মধ্যবিত্ত পরিবারের মহিলা ও ছাত্র-ছাত্রীরা। প্রতিদিন এখানে প্রায় ২০-৩০ হাজার খরিদ্দার আসা যাওয়া করেন। জাতীয় বন্ধের দিন প্রায় ৪০-৫০ হাজার লোকের সমাগম হয় এখানে। মঙ্গলবার এই মার্কেট বন্ধ থাকে।

সকাল ৯:০০ ঘটিকায় নিউ মার্কেট আরম্ভ হয় এবং রাত ৮:০০ টায় বন্ধ হয়ে যায়। নিউ মার্কেট হলো ঢাকা শহরের প্রথম আধুনিক শপিং সেন্টার। প্রধান প্রধান দোকান ছাড়াও রাস্তার পাশে প্রচুর হকার বসে যেগুলো আবার প্রধান দোকান দ্বারা নিয়ন্ত্রিত হয়। নিউ সুপার মার্কেট, নিউ মার্কেটের বর্ধিত অংশ। দৈনন্দিন নিত্যপ্রয়োজনীয় জিনিসের জন্য এটি বিখ্যাত। বেশিরভাগ ক্ষেত্রে চমৎকার লেভেলের নকল বিদেশী জিনিস এখানে পাওয়া যায়। কিন্তু কমদামে এসব জিনিস কিনতে পেরে খুব অসুখী হয় না।

Comments

  1. monzul alam says:

    Neuer Markt ist einer der berühmte & alte Märkte in Dhaka Stadt. Es wurde in 1958 durch Dhaka Stadt Gesellschaft eingerichtet. Es lässt zwei speichern Gebäude mit in dreieckig gestaltet. Es gibt ungefähr 480 Geschäfte in diesem Markt. In der Mitte neuen Marktes hat eine schöne Moschee. Kehren Sie zurück & Familienprodukte, shari, Tuche, Schuhe, Bücher, feststehend, Juweliere, Fastfood, elektronische Produkte, stehen Küchenprodukte zur Verfügung hier.

    Neuer Markt hat drei Tore. Es ist fast 20 Morgen in Gebiet. Die Hauptkunden sind Mittelstandefrauen & Studenten. Ungefähr 20-30 Tausende Kunden kommen hier alltäglich. In nationalen heiligen Tagen ungefähr 40-50 tausend Leute sammeln hier. Dienstag ist Feiertag.

    Neuer Markt offen um 9:00 bin und hat um 8:00 Pm geschlossen. Neuer Markt ist das erste moderne Einkaufszentrum in Dhaka Stadt.

    Zusammen mit führt Läden, auf die Straße riesige Zahl von Hackermarkt durch, der von großen Läden begünstigt wird. Neuer übermäßiger Markt ist der extensional Markt neuen Marktes. Es ist berühmt für niedriges Preisheim & Familienprodukte. Am meisten von Fall gibt es imitierte ausländische Produkte mit ausgezeichnetem Nivellieren. Aber Leute sind nicht so unglücklich, ausländische Produkte mit niedrigem Preis zu kaufen.

  2. monzul alam says:

    No. Name of the Market dhaka
    1 Nawabganj Bazar
    2 Nimtoli Road Side Market
    3 Nilkhet Road Side Market
    4 Azimpur Super Market
    5 Azimpur Road Side Market
    6 No.-2 Palashi Market
    7 Azimpur Bottola Market
    8 Dhakeswari Market
    9 Khilgaon Taltola Super Market
    10 Polton Shopping Complex
    11 Fulbaria super Market-1
    12 New Market Complex Main
    13 New Market Baitul Aman
    14 Dhaka New Super Market (West)
    15 Dhaka New Super Market (North)
    16 Dhaka New Market Bonotola
    17 New Market East Block
    18 New Market Over Bridge
    19 Pirbag Super Market
    20 Kathal Bagan Bazar
    21 Harirpul Kancha Bazar
    22 Mohammadpur Town Hall Market
    23 Mohammadpur Shahid Park Market
    24 Mohammadpur Agriculture Goods Whole Sell Market
    25 Mohammadpur Notun Kancha Market
    26 Rayer Bazar City Market
    27 Nil Khet Road Side Market
    28 Chawlk Surma Patti
    29 Nolgola Mathshaw Arot
    30 Mohammadi Housing Market
    31 Prantik Super Market
    32 Fulbaria Super Market-1
    33 Fulbaria Super Market-2
    34 Gulistan Puran Bazar
    35 Malitola Market
    36 Siddique Bazar
    37 Dupkhula Market
    38 Adarsha Hawkers
    39 Mohanogori Hawkers
    40 Doyaganj Super Market
    41 Bangabandu Square Market
    42 Kaptan Bazar
    43 Gulistan Hawkers
    44 Banga Bazar Hawkers Market
    45 Dayaganj-Wari-Kaptan Bazar
    46 Bangladesh Math Dorshowk Gallery Market
    47 Miron Jalla Kancha Bazar
    48 Ladies Park Hawkers Market
    49 Bakland Bad Market
    50 Laksmi Bazar
    51 Badamtoli Market
    52 Nawab Eusuf Market
    53 Nawab Eusuf Market Extension
    54 Nawab Eusuf Kancha Market
    55 Ahasanmonjil (Nowab Bari) Market
    56 Sadarghat Hawkers Market
    57 Victoria Park Market
    58 Shimson Road Market
    59 Shambazar Market
    60 Lalkuthi Market
    61 Uddayan/ Joy Market
    62 Sutrapur Kancha Market
    63 Sutrapur Pacca Market
    64 Gulapshaw Darshawk Gallery
    65 North-south Road, Basabari Lane Market
    66 Sher-e-Bangla Malek Shaw Lane
    67 Dholpur Malotilata
    68 Banabandu Avenue
    69 Gulshan (South) Paka Market
    70 Gulshan (South) Kancha Market
    71 Gulshan (North) Paka Market
    72 Gulshan (North) Kancha Market
    73 Banani Super Market cum Housing Complex
    74 Cawran Bazar Markt (1)
    75 Cawran Bazar Market (2)
    76 Cawran Bazar Kancha Market
    77 Cawran Bazar Kancha Market (Goods own)
    78 Cawran Bazar Carmaker Shade Market (Ground floor)
    79 Cawran Bazar Kancha Market (Surrounding)
    80 Cawran Bazar Poultry Shade Market
    81 Palton Shopping Complex
    82 Khilgaon (Taltola) Super Market
    83 Khilgaon (Taltola) Kancha Market
    84 Khilgaon Railway Kancha Market
    85 Rampura Kancha Market
    86 Mogbazar Kancha Market
    87 Mogbazar Road Side Market
    88 Malibag Kancha Market
    89 Commissioner Office Market (Ward No- 40)
    90 Mohakhali Kancha Market
    91 Kolmitola Market
    92 Nakhal Para Market
    93 Mirpur Hazrat Shah Ali Market
    94 Dhaka Madical Market
    95 Hatirpull Kancha Bazar.
    96 Mohammedpur Town Hall paka Market
    97 Mohammedia Housing Society (Toll0 Market.
    98 Mohammed Krishi Market
    99 Market on the south cornerof Mohammad Krishi Market
    100 North west side frut Market of Mohammad town hall
    101 Eayer Bazar Market
    102 Nawabgonj Kancha Market.
    103 Bakshi Bazar Market.
    104 Sundarban Square Market.
    105 Banga bandha Square Sub way Super Market
    106 Dayagang kancha Market.
    107 Dhup Khola Market.
    108 74 No. Ward Comissioner Office Market
    109 Siddique Bazar Co- Operatine Market.
    110 Fulbaria city Haquers Market
    111 Siddique SME Haquer Market.
    112 Market Opposite of Gomese school in Sakhari Inter prener Bazar Market.

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The live presentation is by the livebits artist Shahjahan Siraj over skype. He talks with the audience via the MC at Linz Avenue’s screening session. The presenters asked questions on the objective, research finding, present trend and traditions of Dhaka…

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Roy Shahab Bazaar

Roy Shahab Bazaar is mainly famous for vegetable and hardware shops. This is the one market between two whole sale hardware markets of the country. There are about 70 whole sale hardware shops and huge number of vegetable, fish, chicken and general shops in this market. Nat-boltu, chatki, zinari, pipe, haturi and other many iron things are sale here.

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Tati Bazaar (Gold Market)

Tati bazaar is famous for gold and silver market, is one of the biggest gold markets in Bangladesh. Ornament mortgagee, remakingn and jewelry are main commerce of this market. There are 1200 jewelers are available here. Beside this there are almost 3000 ornament making factories. Beside ornament shop there are some grocery, stationary, pharmacy are also seen here.

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Happy Learning: Day 1 and 2

In this situation “NABO JIBON KENDRO” is running a school only for the slum children. They provide good education and food for neutrition. The aim of the school is to bring the slum children in mainsteam peoples participation that they can contribute in the development process. The school was established at 1995 and support from the donors from Austria. The children are happy to learn and get the opportunity to be a good citizen.

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Islampur Clothes Market

The biggest cloth market of Bangladesh is Islampur Cloth Market. This market started from British period with few shops. In Pakistan period this market expended step by step. After independence of Bangladesh this cloth market fully established as the biggest cloth market of the country.

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Bangshal Market

Bangshal is famous for bicycle. From here Bicycle supplied all over the countr. Bicycle spare parts shop also available here. Bike shops especially spare parts of bike shops are available here. This is another famous this of Bangshal. Retail and hole sellers of the country collect bicycle, bicycle spare parts, bikes spare parts from Bangshal Market. There are many importers and some famous electronics brand company’s show-room. Beside these stationary, grocery, vegetable, meat, steel shop, building materials shops are available here.

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Najira Bazaar

Najira bazaar is located nearby Dhaka medical college, Gulistan and Bango Bazaar in old Dhaka. There are restaurant, stationary, groceries, confectionary, vegetable- fish –meat &fruits shops, and other many shops are available beside the road of Najira bazaar.

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Tom Tom Tour

Tom-Tom (horse cart) is the historical vehicle of Dhaka city. It’s linked with the immerge of Dhaka city. Since Mughol this is popular vehicle but was only limited to the elite class as was the rickshaw. Nowadays it has been generalized. In modern Dhaka with the dominancy of taxi, CNG, auto rickshaw covered the crowded Dhaka city; day by day Tom-Tom has been reducing. But the value of Tom Tom still now high. Present general road of Tom Tom is Gulistan to Sadarghat.

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Thatari Bazaar

Thatari Bazaar is situated in old Dhaka beside Gulistan. This is the oldest market of Dhaka city. This bazaar established about 150 years ago. Once here lived Kashari (maker of metallic pots and pitchers). When they made metallic pots and pitchers it makes high sound (thas thas) and that is why this bazaar named Thatari bazaar. In past this place was residence of Hindu people.

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Sadarghat Market

Sadarghat is stands In the bank of Burigonga River. It is only one report of Dhaka Metropolitan, however the busiest river port of Bangladesh. From here the stemmer and river vehicle runs around the country, particularly linked with Barisal, Vula, Shariatpur, Khulna, Patuakhali etc Southern coastal districts of Bangladesh.

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Babu Bazaar and Naya Bazaar

Babu bazaar is the most famous whole sales rice market of Dhaka city. The new extension of Babu Bazar known as ‘Naya Bazaar’ ( new bazaar). It is situated in the old Dhaka in the bank of the Burigonga River. This is the main rice source market of Dhaka city. There is no retail selling shop; only wholesales buyers can buy rice. There are more than 300 rice shops.

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Bangla Bazaar

The name “Bangla Bazaar” itself having the name of Bangla Language name and spirit. Bangla bazaar is one of the most famous book market of Dhaka city. It is situated in old zone. Maximum books of Bangladesh has been published from Bangla bazaar.

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Shankhari Bazaar

Shankhari Bazaar, the name itself is inheriting glory of shankha art. Once the Shankhari Bazar was famous as the place of art. The traditional Shankha industry is now struggling for survival. Fighting with Indian products, excessive prices of raw materials;…

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Laxmi Bazaar

Laxmi Bazaar cover the area of Bahadur Sha Park. It is famous for rickshaw art, repairing, street market and gathering of rickshaw puller of old Dhaka. In the street restaurant the rickshaw puller takes food with low priced food however…

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Chak Bazaar

Chak bazaar is one of a famous market of old Dhaka. As a whole sales market people knows it’s by name. It was established on 1947 under the private ownership. All owners of shops make Bazer shomitee in together. Total…

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Nilkhat Book Market

The name Nilkhat comes from the “Nil” cultivation of English colonial period. Here may once was cultivated Nil and named of the place Nilkhat ( Nil + Field ).

However in the modern Dhaka Nilkhat is famous as booking and printing…

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Gaosia and Chadni Chak

Gaosia is one of the famous & oldest private markets of Dhaka city. This market is especially for woman. All kind of ladies’ fashion and dressing products are available here. Late Aber Hasan established it in 1979. It has five…

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Dhaka Police Deploy ‘Burka Squad’ to Nab Pickpockets

Leave it to the (presumably male) Dhaka police force to come up with a novel way to counter the rise of theft in their city: cross-dress.

According to a report from the Agence France Presse, Dhaka police officers have recently been…

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New Ship Recycling Treaty Signed in Hong Kong

After a week-long conference in Hong Kong, this week saw the signing of a new, extensive international treaty on ship recycling.

After five years of negotiations by 64 countries, the new regulations, known as the International Convention for the Safe and…

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