An endangered species of trees in the village of Soneatanpura in Harinakundu upazila of Jhenaidah, trees still attract the attention of the pedestrians. According to villagers, the tree is approximately three hundred years old. Jhenaidah Sadar Upazila, from Dakbangla to Sonnatanpur Bazar, on the side of the village of Mitho road near the Nabaganga River, the kingdom of this lace tree across a big banyan tree.
The spiral form of the bot is full of compassion for the bot. Wonderful clay is eight ft in the tree and a few hundred feet long. The plant is covered with a large banyan tree with superb and magnolia. The lata tree is now known as the place to visit as well as the localities.
Akhteruzzaman Chowdhury, assistant secretary of the Lata Plant, Assistant Professor of the Dhaka Government Bangla College and the Conservation Conservation Foundation of the Endangered Plant, said that the name of the Bengali name of the lata tree is the Ivalo.
The English name isam idiots. And the name of the intellectual name is Ubttorong Jhaphadhafbhong. The tree belongs to the Ligu Minosi family. Professor Akhtaruzzaman Chowdhury said that while studying in the university in 1981, he got the trace of trees from his friends.
He also said that in 2011 he started the study of Latagachi. After consulting the plant researchers at the national level, he confirmed the tree as Noah Lata. Plant researcher Akhtar said that as a native plant, there is no old and so abundant lace tree anywhere in Bangladesh.
He is also maintaining the Lata Bagh, like his predecessor, Badan Ghosh, a native of Sonnatanpur village. In the research, he mentioned that ‘Noa’ Latagachi is large rustic and continuous green. Plate compounds of leaves and in July the whites are whitish flowers. The family-friendly Noah Ladara family is spread by seed and stem. In addition to the bananas, Iowa trees are found in India, Myanmar and Southeast Asia.
Normally there are no trees in the river, canal and fallen land. In 2013, with the support of Jhenaidah district administration, Professor Akhteruzzaman Chowdhury, the researcher of Lata tree, identified the tree and revealed the plaque in Sonatanpur village. Former chairman of Daulatpur union of Harinakundu, Abu Bakar Siddique told that he had heard about this lace tree from his father and grandfather.
The tree is more than three hundred years old. Humayun Kabir, a teacher of Sonananpur Primary School, said that every day people came to see the latagachi from different sources. He told that so many days the name was identical. Now the villagers are happy because of the name of the tree. 8/10 years ago, a few journalists of Jhenaidah went to the spot to find the wonder plant, and inform the local administration about the matter.
Later, Sonataanpur village of Harinakandha grew with the enthusiasm of the crowd. Gradually, the importance of the unknown tree near the locality increases. Locals say that the tree is still a sight to the pedestrians.