“Prabhu Jagatbandhu Ashram” on Bailor Lodge, 37 Gagan Choudhury by Have in Mymensingh is loacted farthest northward from the Dhaka city. Both train and buses are available to travel to Mymensingh from Dhaka, a northbound distance of 120 km. The single track train from Dhaka’s Central Railway station runs to Mymensingh at a maximum speed of 45 km per hour and takes under two and a half hours from Dhaka to Mymensingh. Mymensingh is also accessible by bus and train from Faridpur after crossing the Padma river from Daulatdia (Goalundo) and Aricha Ghats on the way to Dhaka.
The highly acclaimed Jamuna Bridge/Bangabandhu Bridge across the Jamuna River has made Mymensingh easily accessible from various parts of Bangladesh, but it has not contributed to the commuting between Mymensingh and Dhaka or Faridpur, either of which does not need the use of this bridge.
The best way to travel to this Ashram of Prabhu Jagadbandhusundar is to originate the itinerary from Dhaka in which case the distance is the shortest and the route fastest. One or two nights of stay in Mymensingh to visit SriSri Jagadbandhu Ashram will be ideal if the visitor can afford.
The Agricultural University is located 2 km south of the city. The river Brahmaputra skirts the city of Mymensingh on its northeastern edge. The recently built suspension bridge on the Brahmaputra is accessible from the Mymensingh bazaar near the railway station by a hired rickshaw.