Dhaka Market Closing Day

By | April 9, 2017

Dhaka city is one of the most crowded cities in the world; the people of the country are so much concern about the congested city of the country. Easy move in the city is a hard task, most of the residents are the victim of the terrific jam. It consumes people’s valuable time and misuse of fuel. The government of the country is so much concern about the condition of the city, they take sometimes take various initiative, but they’re no effective way to get out from the terrific situation.

Dhaka Market Closing Day

Dhaka Market Closing Day

Finally, the government takes a good decision to reduce the congestion of the city by dividing into seven zones. Different zone of the city will remain closed on a specific day. On February 01, 2010, in the cabinet meeting, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina made fixed separate weekly holidays for shopping center, shop, and other commercials establishment.

Separate weekly off day of the Dhaka city market given below.

ZONE-1

AreaShopping center & MarketsClosed
Dholaipar, Gendaria, Doyaganj, Dholaikhal, Mir Hazirbagh, Tipu Sultan Road, Dhupkhola, Wari, , Farashganj, Shyambazar, Jurain, Banglabazar, Patuatuli, Shyampur, Postagola, Ahsan Manjil, Lalbagh, Kotwali, Bangshal, Nawabpur, Chankharpul, Gulistan (South), Joy Kali and Jatrabari (Western).

 

Banglabazar (book market), Farashganj (timber markets), Shyambazar (wholesale market), Buriganga Shetu Market, Alam Super Market, Samad Super Market, Rahmania Super Market, Idris Super Market, Doyaganj Bazar, Dhupkhola Math Bazar, Chokbazar, Babu Bazar, Naya Bazar, Kaptan Bazar, Thathari Bazar, Rajdhani Super Market, Doyaganj City Corporation Market, Islampur (cloth stores), Patuatuli, Chhoto Katra and Baro Katra, Sharif Mansion, Tanti Bazar and Nawabpur Road, North South Road, Azimpur Super Market, Gulistan Hawkers’ Market (South), Phulbaria Market and Sundarban Square Market

 

Friday – Full

Saturday- Hal

ZONE-2

AreaShopping Center & MarketsClosed
Rampura, Banasree, Khilgaon, Goran, a portion of Malibagh, Bashabo, Madartek, Mugda, Manda, Sabujbagh, east side of Kamalapur, Maniknagar, Dhalpur, Saidabad, a part of Jatrabari, Demra, Shanir Akhra, Rayerbagh, Shanarpar and Dania.Taltola City Corporation Market, Mollah Tower, Al-Amin Super Market, Rampura Super Market, Malibagh Super Market, Ayesha-Mosharraf Shopping Complex, Dania Tejarat Super Market and Mitali Kamalapur Stadium Market, Goran Bazar, Meradia Bazar, Abedin Tower, Dhaka Shopping Centre, and Friends Super Market.

 

Sunday- Full

Monday- Half

ZONE-3

AreaShopping Center & MarketsClosed
Siddheswari, Malibagh, Shahjahanpur, Shaheedbagh, Shantibagh, Shantinagar, Fakirapool, Eskaton, Moghbazar, Baily Road, Paltan, Motijheel, Tikatuli, Gopibagh, Arambagh, Dilkusha, Gulistan (North), Ramna Park, Suhrawardy Udyan, Shishu Park, Segunbagicha, Kakrail, Bijoynagar, Topkhana Road, Press Club, High Court Mazar, Dhaka University and Eden College

 

Karnaphuli Garden City, Concord Twin Towers, Eastern Plus, Polwel Super Market, City Heart, Century Arcade, Mouchak Market, Anarkoli Market, Bishal Centre, Jonaki Super Market, Gazi Bhaban, Paltan Super Market, Stadium Market-1 and -2, Gulistan Complex, Ramna Bhaban, Khaddar Market, Pir Yemeni Market, Baitul Mukarram Market, Ayesha Shopping Complex, Aziz Cooperative Market and Sakura Market.

 

Thursday- Full

Friday -Half

ZONE-4

AreaShopping Center & MarketsClosed/ Off
Kathalbagan, Rajabazar, Indira Road, Monipuripara, Tejturibazar, Tejkunipara, Tejgaon, Nilkhet, Kataban, Jigatala, Pilkhana, Rayerbazar Elephant Road, Kalabagan, Sukrabad, Sobhanbagh, New Elephant Road, Dhanmondi, Hazaribagh, and Lalmatia (a part).

 

 

Bashundhara City Shopping Mall, Green Super Market, Farm View Super Market, Saudia Super Market, Sezan Point, Lion Shopping Centre, Hatirpul Bazar, Motalib Plaza, Eastern Plaza, New Market, Chandrima Market, New Super Market, Gausia Market, Chandi Chawk Market, Noor Mansion, Bakusha Market, Noorjahan Market, Priyangon Shopping, Gaosul Azam Market, Elephant Road, Rifles Square, ARA Shopping Centre, Orchard Point, Islami Market, Dhanmondi Hawkers’ Market, Eastern Mollika, Globe Shopping, Badruddoza Market, Capital Market, Dhanmondi Plaza, Momtaz Plaza, Metro Shopping Mall, Prince Plaza, Rapa Plaza, Orchid Plaza, Anam Rangs Plaza and Karwan Bazar DIT Market.Tuesday-Full

Wednesday- Half

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ZONE-5

AreaShopping Center & MarketsClosed/Off
Shyamoli, Gabtoli, Mirpur-1 and 2, Mirpur Mazar and stadium area, Dhaka Zoo area, Technical, Kalyanpur, Mohammadpur, Adabor, Asadgate and Lalmatia

 

BRTC Market, Shyamoli Hall Market, Muktijoddha Super Market, Mazar Cooperative Market, Mohammadpur Town Hall Market and Krishi Market, Aarong, Mukto Bangla Shopping Complex, Shah Ali Super Market, and Mirpur Stadium Market.

 

Thursday-Full

Friday –Half

ZONE-6

AreaShopping Center & MarketsClosed/Off
Sher-e-Bangla Nagar, Sheorapara, Kazipara, Agargaon, Taltola, Pallabi, Mirpur- 10, 11, 12, 13 and 14, Ibrahimpur, Kachukhet, Kafrul, Kakoli, Tejgaon old airport area, Cantonment, Gulshan-1 and -2, Banani, Mohakhali commercial area, Nakhalpara, Tejgaon industrial area Mohakhali new and old DOHS, and Mohakhali inter-city bus terminal area.

 

Mirpur Benaroshi Palli, Purabi Super Market, New Society Market, BCS Computer City, Pallabi Shopping Complex, Mohammadia Society Market, DCC Market (Gulshan-1, 2), Banani Super Market, Tamanna Complex and Sweden Plaza

 

Sunday-Full

Monday- Half

ZONE-7

AreaShopping Center & MarketsClosed/Off
Bashundhara R/A, Madhya Badda, Uttar Badda, Jagannathpur, Satarkul, Shahzadpur, Kuril, Nikunja-1 & 2, Khilkhet, Joar Sahara, Ashkona, Uttarkhan, Dokkhinkhan, Uttara Model Town (entire), Kuril to the south edge of Tongi Bridge and Airport Road.

 

Rajdhani Super Market, Entire Uttara Model Town, North Tower

 

 

Wednesday-Full

Thursday-Half

 

Except for the whole holiday everyday Dhaka city market will remain open till 8.00 pm, and in the half-holidays markets remain open till 2.00pm. No shops, commercial establishment, and markets will remain open to expect the time schedule.

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