Bagerhat Development Society (BDS) is a non-profitable charitable organisation and formed with an aim of develop
and welfare for the people of Bagerhat District. Bagerhat is about 15 miles south east of Khulna and 200 miles southwest of Dhaka.
We do not have any national leader for the last few decades and therefore, nobody raise voice nationally for the development of this part of the country. Although this part is very important for the economic and environmental development of our motherland. UNESCO declared world largest mangrove forest
Sunderbans as a World Heritage Site. Mongla, the second sea port may play a vital role for the economic growth of Bangladesh.
The historic city Bagerhat, listed by Forbes as one of the 15 lost cities of the world, has more than 50 Islamic monuments which have been found after removing the vegetation that had obscured them from view for many centuries. The site has been recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1983 under criteria (iv), "as an outstanding example of an architectural ensemble which illustrates a significant stage in human history", BDS is a pressure group, formed by the professionals and businessman to pursue with the government and non-government organisation for the development of Bagerhat and open to
join by any Bangladeshi national.