Bailey Road

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Baily road is a well-known thoroughfare in Dhaka, the capital city of Bangladesh. It is a classic road in Dhaka. It runs through Shantinagar, connecting the Kakrail-Ramna road with the Siddheshwari junction. It is generally regarded as one of the classier areas of the city. The baily road is considered as two distinct roads, one after another, they are the new baily road and the Baily road. The new Baily road is well recognized for its famous theatres, numerous boutiques, shops, schools, fast foods, restaurants and various hangout places. The other Baily road is reputable because of the officers club, Foreign Service academy and homes of ministers, officers and government officials. Baily Road was featured in a song of the same name by Ayub Bachchu, lead singer of the popular rock band LRB. Baily Road was officially renamed Natok Saroni (Theater Street), in recognition of the road's contributions to performing arts in the capital.

Significance of the name Baily road:

The Baily road had originally been named in honor of Sir Steuart Colvin Bayley who was the Lieutenant-Governor of Bengal from 1879 through to 1882. However, in recognition of Bailey Road’s importance to the theater community of Dhaka, on 26 August 2005 the Mayor of Dhaka, Sadek Hosen Khoka, announced that the name of the road would change to Natok Soroni, meaning "Theater Road". Well respected theater personalities were present...
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