Tajhat Rajbari
Tajhat Rajbari ('Tajhat Palace', in Rangpur). A grand old mansion, somewhat run-down and no longer used by anyone. It was used a few years ago as a district court. The surrounding grounds are a popular picnic spot and recreation park.



Begum Rokeya Sakhawat Hossain A pioneer of women’s liberation movement in undivided India. She was born in 1880 in a village called Pairaband in the district Rangpur. Widely regarded as Bengal's earliest and boldest feminist writer, Rokeya Sakhawat Hossain was a pioneering and creative educationist and social activist, and the school she founded in Kolkata, the Sakhawat Memorial School for Girls, still thrives.She was also a social activist, who organized middle-class women in undertaking slum development and training poor women in incomegenerating activities.

Raja Ram Mohan Roy spent 5 years in Rangpur
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Rangpur (India) is an archaeological site in Gujarat, India. Lying on the tip between the Gulf of Khambhat and Gulf of Kutch, it belongs to the period of the Indus valley civilization, and lies to the northwest of the larger site of Lothal. It was excavated by the Archaeological Survey of India, led by Dr. S. R. Rao

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Rangpur Division: January 25th 2010 - Rangpur Division, is proclaimed today as Bangladesh's seventh division. It is created with greater Rangur and Dinajpur regions and total consists eight districts which are Rangpur, Lalmonirhat, Kurigram, Gaibandha, Nilphamari, Dinajpur, Ponchigor and Thakurgaon. With a population of 13 million and 874 thousands , Rangpur division is the northmost division of Bangladesh.

Rangpur is one of the major cities in Bangladesh. Rangpur is considered as the centre of the north-western Bangladesh. Recently established public university of Bangladesh named as "The University of Rangpur" is situated in the southern part of the city.

Earlier Rangpur was the headquarter of Greater Rangpur district. Later the Greater Rangpur district was broken down into Rangpur, Kurigram, Nilphamari, Lalmonirhat and Gaibandha districts. As a hub of trade, business and non-governmental organisational activities its influence over the districts under Greater-Dinajpur is also considerable.

Rangpur Lime
Rangpur Lime: Common names for this fruit include Rangpur in Bangladesh, a city is known for this and other citrus fruits. This is where the word originated in the Bengali language. The Rangpur is known as a Canton lemon in South China, a Hime lemon in Japan, a Cravo lemon in Brazil, and mandarin-lime in the United States.

The name lime in connection with this fruit is often misleading because there are very few similarities between the Rangpur and true limes. However, Rangpurs are highly acidic and can be used as a substitute for commercial limes. The Rangpur is of Indian origin. It was introduced into Florida in the late nineteenth century by Reasoner Brothers of Oneco, who obtained seed from northwestern India. In the United States the Rangpur is used as an ornamental or potted plant, but outside the United States it is used principally as a rootstock. [Source: Wikipedia]







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