Maghbazar is the name of a neighborhood in Dhaka, Bangladesh. It is located near the neighborhoods of Tejgaon, Ramna and Malibagh. Its origins date back to the Mughal Empire. The word Mogh refers to people from Arakan Burma and Bazar means market. Historically, a group of Mogh people settled in the area during Mughal time. At that time it was well outside Dhaka town and marshy land. Water body east and north of Moghbazar is known as Hatirjheel mean elephant's lake. Normally elephants of Nawabs of Dhaka were bathed in the lake and the road to the lake is still named as Elephant Road.
Latitude: 23° 38' 59.99" N
Longitude: 90° 34' 59.99" E
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