Categories: Ruins, Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
Visit the archeological site of Mahasthangarh to see the remains of the ancient city of Pundra Nagara. The area abounds with Hindu, Buddhist, and Muslim artifacts, with the highlight being a citadel made of red mud and brick walls, which dates back to the third century BCE. Near the citadel, visit Govinda Bhita Hindu Temple, built in the sixth century CE. The onsite museum exhibits various artifacts, which include a limestone slab inscribed with six lines in Brahmi script dating back to at least the third century BCE. In addition, you can see coins from different centuries, gold ornaments, and other objects recovered from the site. Plan your visit to Mahasthangarh and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Rajshahi Division itinerary builder.
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Liked visiting one of the most ancient place close to Bogra town. The museum carries lots of ancient symbols of the lost civilizations
Mahasthangarh is an amazing historic site. It’s other name is Behula’s Palace and the love story of Behula and Chand is commemorated in poetry. We arrived at 6pm just as the historic site was closing.... read more »
I not only visited this historical site but also got a chance to play cricket with the local team! It is a nice spot and only by visiting do you realize just how historical the whole country is. The m... read more »
Md Zamiya Zaman Tanmay
Mahasthangarh is the historical place. It was discovered in 1931. It is situated the western bank of Korotoa and 13 km north of Bogra town. The local names of which are Govinda Bhita Temple, Khodai Pathar Mound, Mankalir Kunda, Parasuramer Bedi, Jiyat Kunda etc.
My resident.... Always I miss my native village which is beside mahasthangarh... (Shibganj)... What a place!!! Just amazing one of the best place in over the world.... #AkotinWH
I love this place. I went there and it was mind blowing. Every one should visit it at least once a life.
Its an awesome place. I fill more than better. I love it
Sajol Kumar Das
One of the oldest place of the world. It is world heritage site declared by UNESCO. really very nice place. It is 14km away from main bogra city. You can move the place. No ticket is not needed. This place is very old for 4K years. Really nice. If you are coming or staying in Bangladesh then you should go there. I visited this place many time and till I don't mess to go there if got any chance.
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