The Shrine of Bayazid Bostami is a shrine in Chittagong, Bangladesh. Bayazid Bostami was a famous Persian Sufi born in Bostam, Iran. Its place of worship zone as a perplexing comprises of a tomb encompassed by a block structure alongside an old mosque and an expansive lake. There is no critical chronicled prove about Bostami's visit and tomb here. The entire complex is situated on a hillock of Nasirabad, thought to be a blessed place and pulls in countless and travelers day by day. The tomb and the sarcophagus its homes were initially found in 1831, and at the time were encased by a divider with defensive columns, that have since been supplanted by a more current structure.
At the foot of the tomb slope, there is an old three-domed mosque, which is accepted to date from the season of the Mughal sovereign, Aurangzeb 1658– 1707. The inside of the mosque is scantily finished, while the mihrab on the qibla divider demonstrating the course of Mecca has an indistinguishable projection on its contrary side. In spite of the fact that the place of worship is accepted to be Bostami's tomb as indicated by nearby custom, there is no noteworthy recorded confirmation about Bostami's visit to this piece of Bangladesh.