Thakurgaon is a district in the north-western side of Bangladesh. It is part of the Rangpur Division and borders India to the west. Thakurgaon is in the north-west corner of Bangladesh, about 467 km from the capital of Bangladesh, Dhaka. There is a versatile practice of culture in the district; few festivals and cultural events are often arranged. In Bangladesh as a whole, agriculture is the basis of the economy.
Places of attraction in Thakurgaon are: Nagor River at Haripur upazila, The Backside of Haripur kingpalace, The Tangon River, Senua Bridge, Old Air Port, Jomidar Mosjid at Shibganj, The Fair of Nekmordon, Ramrai Dighi – a pond, King's Palace, The river of Kulic, KhuniaDhighi Memorial, Palace of King Tonko Nath, Gorkoi Heritage and the 500 acre Shal garden on the bank of the Tangon River
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