Kushtia Tourist Spot । Where To Spend The Night । Where To Eat । How To Go

Want to eat sesame khwaja or ice cream? Then welcome to Kushtia. Not only delicious food, but you will also get many more in Kushtia.


Located in the western part of Bangladesh; Kushtia is one of the districts of Khulna division. According to a survey of more than 4 lakh people living here (2020). This district is also known as the capital of literature and culture. The Islamic University of Bangladesh is located here. There are several theories about the naming of Kushtia district. One of the notable ideas is that after the partition of the country in 1947, the then-District Magistrate “Syed Mujtaba Ali” changed the name of Nobodip or Nodia to ‘Kushtia’. Also, many people think that at one time the area was famous for playing ‘Kusti’, hence the name ‘Kustia’ and after that, it was called ‘Kushtia’. Again, many people think that the word ‘kuntha’ (main cash crop) is derived from the word kunthia and from this kunthia the name Kushtia originates.

Brief History:

When King Pratapaditya fell to the Mughal forces, Kushtia became part of the Mughal Empire in 161 AD. Except for Kushtia subdivision during the English period; The rest of Greater Kushtia belonged to the zamindri of the state of Rajshahi. Kushtia subdivision was elevated in 173 AD during the reign of Governor Sir Peter Grant. Kumarkhali and Khoksa police stations were included in the Kushtia subdivision in 181 AD. Until the partition of India in 1947, Kushtia was included in the Nodia district. After the partition of India, Nodia district of Bengal was divided; Later (October 1956) the name ‘Kushtia’ was changed to ‘Nadia’.

Places of interest:

Once you go to Kushtia, you will find some more famous places including the tomb of Fakir Lalon Shah. For the convenience of your travels; Some places of interest are bring highlighted here.

Tomb of Lalon Shah-

One of the best place interests of Kushtia is the shrine of Fakir Lalon Shah. At that time he took refuge in Cheuriya of Kumarkhali. Although he was illiterate, he composed many songs. He was buried there after his death. Fakir Lalon Shah’s disciples and innumerable Baulkuls from home and abroad at his used to gather on special dates and gather at this gathering centre. Later (1973) his tomb was built there. In 2004, an academy building with a modern auditorium was constructed there.
How to go there: From Kushtia bus stand you can easily go to a place called Cheuria (fare 30-50) by rickshaw/autorickshaw. In addition, rickshaws/autorickshaws can be added from Kushtia big railway station (rent is between 20-30 tk).

Rabindranath’s house-

Rabindranath’s ‘Kuthibari’ is located at Shilaidaha. It is located in Kumarkhali upazila of Kushtia district in the southwestern part of Bangladesh. The river Padma flows beside this ‘Kuthibari’. Sitting here he composed, Sonar Tari, Chitra, Gitanjali, Chaitali etc.
How to go Kuthibari: The distance between Rabindranath’s ‘Kuthibari’ and the main town is about (20) kilometres. Autorickshaws, CNG, easy bikes and other vehicles can be easily and cheaply transported from Kushtia city.

Kastovita of Mir Mosharraf Hossain-

Mir Mosharraf Hossain is one of the best novelists in Bengali literature. The author of “Bishad Sindhu” was used to live in Lahinipara of Kumarkhali Upazila. This is one of the places of interest in Kumarkhali. He was born on 13 November 1848 in Lahini Para, Kushtia district, to an aristocratic family. His father “Mir Moazzem Hossain” was a zamindar. He became proficient in “Arabic and Persian”. There is 1 primary school, 1 secondary school and a small library.
How to go there: You can add rickshaws/autorickshaws from Kushtia bus stand. Need 30-50 tk to go to the place called Lahinipara Junction near the toll ghat of Syed Masud Rumi Bridge.

Lalon Shah Bridge-

Construction of Lalon Shah Bridge was completed on 16 May 2004. Traffic began on May 16, 2004. It is 18 meters long, 16.10 meters wide and has 16 pillars. It is the second-largest bridge in North Bengal. The bridge has facilitated communication between the southern region and the northern and western regions of Bengal.
How to go there: By road or rail from anywhere in Bangladesh, you have to get off at Ishwardi / Pakshi railway station or bus terminal then you can reach there by tempo or rickshaw.

Other places of interest:

  • Gorai bridge,
  • Mohini Mill,
  • Renwick Dam,
  • Kumar Khali river
  • Bheramara, Lahini Para,
  • Alampur,
  • Gosai Durgapur,
  • Poradoho etc.

Famous personalities:

Mir Mosharraf Hossain (1847), Kazi Motaher Hossain (1896-1971), Kangal Harinath (1833-1898), artist Abdul Jabbar (1939), Farida Parveen (1954), literary Jobeda Khan (1920-1989), and many more including the famous Fakir Lalon Shah.

Where to spend the night

  • Kushtia has low, medium and high-quality residential hotels, some of which are listed below.
  • Ajmeri Hotel: 53012 (Phone),
  • Hotel Gold Star: 0817175 (Phone)
  • Hotel River View: 0617160 (Phone)
  • Desha Guest House: 01720510212 (Phone)
  • Also, Noor International, Padma Hotel, Hotel Dreamland, Hotel Balaka, Hotel Shaheen, Hotel Pritam, Hotel Noor.
  • You can book a room by online

Hotel / Restaurant:

  • Hotel Al-Amin: 54193 (Phone),
  • Mumtaz Hotel, Jahangir Hotel, Shilpi Hotel, Bismillah Hotel.

How to go-

Whenever you want to go Kushtia, search on the home page of our website by selecting the name of the area and where to go (Kushtia). You will find our website (kemnejabo.com), bus counter location and phone number, bus fare, bus type (AC / non-AC) and all information.

Where can I get a vehicle? Where is the counter? What do I do if I don’t get a vehicle? Can I have a vehicle at night? Can I have a place to stay? Will the restaurant be open?

  • Whenever you come to Kushtia or wherever you live, you can easily reach your destination. You will find counters at all stations. Each station has different bus counters. Contact them to find your destination address.
  • To find your counter, contact us by collecting the bus counter number below and we will give you specific information.
  • Transportation system at Kushtia is open 24 hours a day. You will get the bus address by scrolling down.
  • At every station in Kushtia, you can easily find hotels to stay. You can book a room by entering the link above.

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