- How did Bangladesh bear?
- Where is the national memorial?
- When did the Pakistani army surrender?
- Why is it stand there?
- How is the national memorial?
- How large is the area?
- When did the foundation stone of the memorial laid?
Answer: Bangladesh came into being after a long bloody war in 1971. To commemorate the supreme sacrifice of our freedom fighters there stands on the outskirts of Dhaka at Savar the National Memorial. The last battle of the war of liberation was fought at Savar and on the 16th December, the Pakistani Army surrendered there. So, it stands there with dignity and glory, in fact, the Memorial consists of seven towers, which rise gradually to a towering height of 150 feet on a base of 130 feet. The entire area is 126 acres with the library, museum, several grayer and exquisite harmony of flora and fountains of water to give a natural setting. The foundation stone of the Memorial was laid on the first Victory Day, that is, 16 December 1972.