18 Attractions to Explore Near Tantipara Masjid
Tantipara means the quarter for the weaver class. This Ancient mosque was probably built by Mirshad Khan in 1480 AD. Its ornamentation is rich and effective, and the large decorated panels stand out in high relief against the plain walls. A lot of people visits this Ancient architectural wonder everyday.
Chika Mosque was built under the patronage of Sultan Yusuf Shah in 1475. The mosque was named Chika because it was a guarded refuge of bats, locally called Chikas. The mosque features a single-domed edifice, which has almost been turned into ruins.
Sultan Yusuf Shah built the Mosque in 1475 which bears a Hindu temple architecture. The name has a very unique origin. It is called the Chika Mosque because it sheltered a number of Chikas i.e. bats. There is still partly visible the Beautiful Arabic carvings.
This five-storey tower is also called as Malda's Qutab Minar built by Sultan Saifuddin Feroze Shah built in the Tughlaqi style of architecture and is also known as the Pir-Asha-Minar or the Chiragdani. one can climb to the top of the tower and can see the stunning views of the minar and surrounding.
Dakhil Darwaza literally an entrance gate is the largest structure of its kind in the architectural history of Sultanate Bengal. it was the main entrance to the fortress of lakhnauti. The gateway was the most Architecturally solid and most elegant entrance portal ever erected in Bengal.
This is one of the fascinating places in West Bengal for historical enthusiasts and peace seekers. The meaning of Baro duari is “the mosque with 12 gates”. This magnificent mosque is one of the largest monuments of Gour and the greatest mosques in Malda and was established built in the 1526 A.D. this is the perfect example of Indo-Arabic form of architecture.
This is a mausoleum located at Pandua in Malda district which was built around 1425 which houses 3 tombs. The structure represents a village hut with a sloping roof and serves as a prototype for the various other buildings constructed during the Bengal Sultanate.
The Adina Mosque was the largest mosque in the Indian subcontinent built by Sikandar Shah in the 14th century. It bears a strong resemblance to the Great Mosque of Damascus as it consists of bricks designed with stones. Its construction absorbed materials from pre-Islamic Hindu and Buddhist structures.
Nizamat Imambara is a Shia Muslim congregation hall in Murshidabad built in 1847 AD by Nawab Mansur Ali Khan. It is a very important historical and religious monument built by Nawab Mansur Ali Khan. This Imambara is the largest one in India and Bengal.
Earlier known as Bara Kothi located in the campus of Kila Nizamat in Murshidabad. In 1985, the palace was handed over to the Archaeological Survey of India for better preservation. It was the most conspicuous building,architectural wonder and the most visited place in Murshidabad.
One of the oldest double storied mosque built by Nawab Murshid Quli Khan in 1723. The mosque had four minarets out of which two were destroyed. A winding staircase takes you to the top of the minaret from where one gets a spectacular view of the surroundings. It is now maintained by the Archaeological Survey of India.
Jahan Kosha Cannon is a great gun literally means the" Destroyer of the World". It is placed in the Nawab's Artillery Park and the entrance gate of the old capital of Bengal. The cannon is more than 7 tons in weight. It is 17 feet and 6 inches in length and 3 feet in width.
Motijhil, also referred to as Company Bagh because of its affiliation with the East India Company, is a horse-shoe formed lake in Murshidabad, created by Nawazish Muhammad Khan, He also constructed a precious palatial palace beside this lake. A beautiful garden and the precious marbles are the other specialties. Motijhil literally means Pearl lake.
Maluti temples are a group of 72 extant terracotta temples located in the Maluti village near Shikaripara in Dumka district on the eastern part of the Chota Nagpur Plateau, Indian state of Jharkhand. These temples, according to the Indian Trust for Rural Heritage and Development (ITRHD), were built between the 17th and 19th centuries. The kings of Baj Basanta dynasty built these temples in Maluti, their capital, inspired by goddess Mowlakshi, their family deity. Many of the temples are deified w