Historical City Murshidabad, which was one of the largest city in the whole world. This city known as a very valuable historical place in India. Nawab Murshid-Quli-Khan renamed this city with his name. Murshidabad city was capital of Bengal, Bihar, Orissa. The great Nawab Siraj-Ud-Daulah was the last independent Nawab of this city.
Places to visit in Murshidabad
Nizamat Imambara, the largest Imambara in India. It located opposite to Hazarduari Palace. It was built by Nawab Siraj-Ud-Daulah in 1846 and rebuilt by Nawab Nazim Mansoor Ali Khan in 1847. You don’t have permission to enter inside due to the religious reasons. If you want to see inside the Imambara, you have to go during the time of Muslim holy festivals Muharram.
Motijheel is the historical debris of Mosque and Cemetery, It is also known as Pearl Lake which is located near about 2 Km. from Hazarduari palace. It was build by Nawazish Muhammad Khan. The most attraction of Motijheel Park is toy train and self-paddled boat. Also there are a musuem where displayed the history of Nawabi era of Murshidabad (1704-1757 AD). It is quite helpful for most tourists to understand the actual Nawabi historical incident of Murshidabad.
Khosh Bagh is located on the west bank of river Bhagirathi river. It is the sepulcher of Alivardi Khan, his mother and his grandson Siraj-ud-Daulla, his wife Lutfannesha and also other members of Nawab’s family.
Kathgola is very attractive tourist place. The Kathgola also known as Kathgola Garden House (Kathgola Bagan Bari). It is famous for its very valuable painting, expensive furniture and beautiful mirrors.
Katra Masjid is situated about 3km from Murshidabad Railway Station. It was built by Nawab Murshid-Quli-Khan in 1723. It is one of the most attractive place in Murshidabad. The fantastic Masjid was built with its high minarets and extensive domes.
Even there are many more attractive places like Nashipur Palace, Chowk Shahi Masjid, Jahan Kosha Cannon, Azimun-Nisa’s Tomb.
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