Changing Scenarios of Public Open Space in a British Colonial City: The Case of the Ramna Area, Dhaka

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Salma Begum

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Dhaka is considered as one of the fastest growing megacity with a population of 15 million ranking 9th among the world. In the process of urbanization, throughout the history, many part of Dhaka has gone through many physical and functional transformations. Ramna area which was produced as a pleasure garden during Mughal period is one of those parts that has gone through consecutive manipulations. This has become one of the major public open space due to its uniqueness. This paper attempts to unfold the changing scenario of present Ramna Area.

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Begum, S. (2018). Changing Scenarios of Public Open Space in a British Colonial City: The Case of the Ramna Area, Dhaka. Nakhara : Journal of Environmental Design and Planning, 14, 39-56. https://doi.org/10.54028/NJ2018143956
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