Taltoli: A Recreation Place in Naogaon

Naogaon's Taltoli road, offering a beuatiful view from the Dubalhati side, photographed in 2014.
Scenic view of Taltoli road on a sunny day providing a unique perspective from the Dubalhati side. Photographed in 2014 AD.

Taltoli: Lack of Recreational Facilities, A Bil Divided Road Become One

Taltoli (Bengali: তালতলী) is a beautiful place to visit during the rainy season under Naogaon upazila. It’s a road beside Dighli Bil (Bengali: দীঘলি বিল). This road goes towards to the Dubalhati Royal Palace. Beginning at Naogaon’s Gostohatir Mor, water flanks this road during the rainy season. At times, the water seems to almost touch the road’s surface, creating a captivating sight. This mesmerizing scene draws visitors from near and far. When the bil fills with water, both passenger and freight boats become active. At that time, many recreation loving people rent boats for short journeys across the bil. Trees lining both sides of the road further enhance the area’s natural beauty, making it a scenic spot.

Taltoli's Boats during Rainy Season - 2014.
Like these docked boats made of wood, many boats are seen in Taltali during monsoon. They serve as a means of transport for passengers traveling to Naogaon town. Photo taken in 2014.
This beautiful road leads to Taltoli, passing through the serene Chalkpran Village of Naogaon, as photographed in 2014.
A scenic road leading to Taltoli via Chalkpran Village, captured in 2014.

Recreational Facilities in Naogaon

There is a lack of recreation and sightseeing places in Naogaon town. A few years back, Naogaon Zila Parishad Park was the only place of recreation place for the entire people of Naogaon town. However, within the last few years, some government and private park are established. Among them, “Abdul Jalil Park”, “Dana Park” and “Sahana Bagh City” have been established and these additions have addressed some of the local demand for recreational places, but there remains a noticeable shortage.

Sahanabag Park is not accessible at any time for everyone. It is a private housing initiative in Naogaon. During festival time people come to Taltoli or goes to the Naogaon Town Bypass road with their friends and family.

Pictures of Taltoli, Naogaon

The midsection of Taltoli Road, which serves as a direct route to Dubalhati Bazaar, Naogaon.
Middle portion of Taltoli Road leading to Dubalhati Bazaar.
Naogaon Dighlir Bil
Naogaon Deeghli Bil or Dighlir Bil.
Sunset scene on Taltoli Road, Naogaon, captured in 2013.
A captivating beauty of a sunset moment on Taltoli Road, Naogaon captured in 2013 AD.
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