The shrine of the three leaders near Doel Chattar in the capital Dhaka is one of the landmarks of Bangladesh’s architecture.
The mausoleum of three political leaders of Bangladesh, namely Sher-e-Bangla AK Fazlul Haque, Hossain Shaheed Suhrawardy, and Khwaja Nazimuddin, has been built on the tombs of the three leaders. The mausoleum of these three leaders is basically an architectural sculpture. There are three Bengal tigers lying in the middle of it. Our three national leaders are AK Fazlul Haque, Hossain Shaheed Suhrawardy and Khwaja Nazimuddin.
Architects Masood Ahmed and SA Zahiruddin designed the sculpture. It was built in 1973 by architects Masood Ahmed and SA Zahiruddin in memory of three eminent leaders. It is a false theory. The shrines of these three popular leaders are located on the north side of Doel Chattar in Dhaka University. The tombs of these three leaders are surrounded by the Shishu Academy and the High Court. These three leaders have played an important role in the politics of per-independence Bengal in the twentieth century as well as in the independence of Bengal.
These three leaders were the then Chief Ministers of Bengal. Sher-e-Bangla AK Fazlul Haque, also known as the Tiger of Bengal. Fazlul Haque was a famous Bengali politician. He was the mayor of Calcutta and the prime minister of undivided Bengal. He was elected Prime Minister of East Pakistan in 1954 and Home Minister of Pakistan in 1955. He later served as the Governor of East Pakistan. He is one of the key leaders in the formation of the United Front.
Born into the Nawab family of Dhaka, Khwaja Nazimuddin was one of the leading politicians of Bengal. He became the Governor General of Pakistan in 1947 and became the second Prime Minister of Pakistan in 1951. On 16 April 1953, Nazimuddin was deposed. Hussain Shaheed Suhrawardy was a famous Bengali politician and lawyer. In 1924 he became the Deputy Mayor of Calcutta Municipality and in the cabinet of Khwaja Nazimuddin he was the Minister of Labor and Minister of Municipal Supplies. He was the Chief Minister of East Bengal. He formed the East Pakistan Students League in 1948 and the East Pakistan Awami Muslim League in 1949. He formed the United Front with AK Fazlul Haque and Maulana Bhasani. Until 1958, he was the Prime Minister of Pakistan.
Just as this historic shrine will bring you the history of Bengal, its beautiful environment will keep you away from mechanics for a while and give you peace. You can visit this place with your family at low cost.
It was built in 1973 by architects Masood Ahmed and SA Zahiruddin in memory of three eminent leaders. It is a false theory.