|This the Naogaon-Rajshahi district border point,|
from where Google Map started capturing street view
Science and technologies are illuminating our lives every moment through their deep contribution. With the help of a small and pocket size mobile phone, we are now getting all the necessary information of life.
Digital map is an unparalleled contribution in our life and with its help it is very easy to find any location or destination. Google is pioneer in digital mapping technology. Over the time, Google has added many modern features to their map service. Street View is one of their most innovative features. This feature allows people to see their location in 360 degree view. This is Google named, street view.
|Lord Liton Bridge on Little Jamuna river|
which is also known as Naogaon bridge.
In 2007, this feature was first introduced in
America. In Bangladesh, Google Street View started in 2013 with the help of Bangladesh Government. Later, they started this work across the whole country, including our Naogaon district. Unfortunately, Google only covers only few areas of Naogaon district in their street view in middle of 2015.
|Naogaon City Bypass bridge on Little Jamuna River|
They have entered in Naogaon district from Rajshahi side. It ends-up in
|Starting point of Naogaon City Bypass Road, East side|
|This is Bypass Mor on West side of Bypass bridge|
|Kusumba Mosque road|
|Kusumba Mosque in Manda Upazila, Naogaon|
|Naogaon Muktir Mor intersection near Nowzoyan Field.|
Left side road goes to Chalkdev Para
|Entrance of Somapura Mahavihara at Paharpur village|
|Paharpur Guest House|
|Inside view of Paharpur|
|Paharpur central temple|
|Paharpur central temple view from north-west side|
|Full view of Paharpur Central temple over north-side gate|
|Green grass covered wall|
|Somapura Mahavihara central temple long view from east side|
Photo: Google Street View