Malda is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Bengal are Adina Mosque, built in 1369 by Sultan Sikander Shah, and still one of the largest mosques in India. It is a typical example of the most developed mosque architecture of the period, the orthodox design based on the 8th century mosque of Damascus. Adina Mosque is 19 km from Malda town railway station.Yet another fascinating spot is Jagjibanpur, situated about 30 km from Malda town, which is littered with the ruins of a Buddhist monastery (9th century AD), complete with copper plates and inscriptions. The plate contains inscriptions on both sides in the Siddhamartika script, and has a royal seal attached to the top containing the dharmachakra, flanked by two deer and an inscription in Sanskrit reading ‘Shri Mahendra Pal Devah’.
24 Paraganas(N) Accommodation
North 24 Parganas is a district in southern West Bengal, of eastern India. It is bordered to Nadia by north, to Bangladesh (Khulna Division) by north and east, to South 24 Parganas and Kolkata by south and to Kolkata, Howrah and Hoogly by west. Barasat is the district headquarters of North 24 Parganas. North 24 Parganas is West Bengal’s most populous district and also the second most populated district in the whole […]Read More
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South 24 Parganas is a district in West Bengal in eastern India. The district stretches from the southern urban outskirts of the capital city of Kolkata to the low lying plains of Sundarban, the land of mangroves. The famous Sudarbans enlisted in the UNESCO World Heritage site is situated in this district. This marshy dense […]Read More
The land of CHAITANYA BHAKTI MOVEMENT. The district of Nadia is situated in the heart of the Bengal delta held within the arms of the Ganga, namely, the Bhagirathi on the West and Mathabhanga on the North. The entire district lies in the alluvial plain of the Ganga and its tributaries. Most districts in West Bengal […]Read More