A.K. Fazlul Huq (1873-1962), Huseyn Shaheed Suhrawardy (1892-1963), and Khwaja Nazimuddin (1894-1964) — were brave leaders, who had immense contribution to the pre-liberation politics in the 20th century. These three national leaders served as the Prime Minister of Bengal in British India and played legendary roles in the independence of Bangladesh.
Though, they died on different dates, they were buried under the same roof, which is now known as ‘Tin Netar Mazar’,
Three Leader’s Mausoleum is a monument that commemorates the three pre-liberation Bangladeshi political leaders from Bangladesh, such as A.K. Fazlul Huq, Huseyn Shaheed Suhrawardy and Khawaja Nazimuddin. This monument was built at 1963 and the architects were Masood Ahmed and S.A. Zahiruddin. In Bangla this is known as Tin Netar Mazar (তিন নেতার মাজার).
This is located at the Doyel Chattar of Dhaka university. This place is always uses to be a quiet place .
The mausoleum, surrounded by an abundance of greenery, was established in 1963. It was designed by renowned architects Masood Ahmed and S. A. Zahiruddin. The gorgeous design of the shrine represents a beautiful interpretation of the Islamic architecture
There are two entrances to the mausoleum. A giant monument built in memory of the three national leaders can be sighted from far away. Although, you can find the replications of the tombs of the three leaders under the monument, the original graves are underground. The inner environment is quite different from the outside. The tombs, surrounded by the arches and pillars, created a melancholic atmosphere for the visitors.
The mosque of Shahbaz Khan is just beside this place.
On special days, like the death anniversaries of the three leaders, people come to pay homage. Special prayers are arranged for the occasions.