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On the way Back to Dhaka, we did not want to miss the chance to visit this historic place. This Mashjid was made in 1523 and it is at Bagha, 25 miles southeast of Rajshahi. This was established by Sultan Nasiruddin Nasrat Shah after he...More
Recommend to visit on Friday (midd day). Many pilgrims from the neighbourhood area comes here on every Friday for prayers and Sacrifice animals, cooking and folk fair are very interesting. Walking around the mosque and the village by the lake is safe and nicer. Just...More
The mosque is noteworthy for its exquisite terracotta ornamentation. It is interesting to note that the additional prayer chamber created by means of a raised platform in the north-west corner within the building appears to have been an exclusive gallery for the governor who ruled...More
We've all seen lovely mosques - either in real life in pictures. This is not one of the most impressive ones around but it is a nice detour if you are otherwise on your way to/from Rajshahi. There is at least on tout cruising the...More
You can visit the mosque and find the Muslim ancestry history of Bengal. Near to Rajshahi city. I travel to Rajshahi by train from Dhaka. Regular flight is there. But airport is 10 miles from city. so you must arrange car before reaching there.
This ancient mosquee from the 16th century will take some travel to get to from the main city of Rjshahi. It is approximately 30 miles from Rajshahi. This makes it 40 to 70 minutes by car depending on the roads. Mentioned in other reviews this...More