Ramu – A typical Buddhist village


Ramu is an Upazila. This Upazila is under Cox’s
Bazar District in the Division of Chittagong (Bangladesh).
Ramu is Attractive by artful oldest artistry based
wood made Buddhist Bihar & archeological monument that will remember us
the past history of it.
Ramu is about 15 km. from Cox’s Bazar. Ramu is a
typical Buddhist village. There are monasteries, Khyangs and pagodas
containing images of Buddha in gold , bronze and other metal , Inlaid with
precious stones. One of the most interesting temples stands on the bank of
the Baghkhali river.
It contains not only interesting relics and
Burmese handicrafts but also a large bronze statue of Buddha measuring on a
six-foot high pedestal. The wood carving of this khyang is delicately
intricate and refined.
A few far about 15 Km. Ramu’s beauty really
attracts to the tourists. Different community live in this area like- Muslim,
Buddhist, Hindu & Rakliain and the relationship between them are very
Main Attractions:
1) Coconut Garden (Largest garden area in South
2) Rubber Garden
3) Pagoda (Chatopa Chytta or Jadi)
4) Khying temple Buddhists
5) Jhogatjhoti child care
6) Many Buddhists temples