Fegnasar Shiva Temple (ফেগুনসার শিব মন্দির) was built in the reign (1159-1185 AD) of great King Bollal Shena. Another conception said, it might be built between 1725-1758 AD during the reign of King Raj Bollov. In course of time, it was on the way to destruction. Then, Moharaja Raj Bollov took some initiative to reconstruct that. It can not be assured who particularly built that temple. King Ballav was a great devotee of Shiva.
This temple is in rectangular shape at base,measuring 15 feet length,10 feet width and about 25 feet high from the ground. Very common constructing material like bricks, cement and limes being used to build that temple. At the last day of full moon night in every Bengali month of Falgun, there is a large festival of worshiping being held here.
There are so many stories being populated among common people about the builder of that Temple. Inside the temple, there is a large “Shiva Lingha” (শিব লিঙ্গ) (Phallus) placed. According to the local people, this is the largest phallus brought from South India (not true at all,because largest one is located at Faridpur District). Just about 100 meter away, there is a branch of Dhaleswari river flowing.
This place is sometimes locally mentioned as Raypura Mondir
This Fegnasar village is located at Taltola. You can reach the taltola using bus directly from Serajdikhan. Or you can take a CNG auto rickshaw. By the way,there few bus service available from Fulbari of Gulstan, which will take you directly at Serajdikhan. Also you can take bus of Mawa, and get down at Nimtola stoppage, and from there you can reach at Serajdikhan.
There are several transport is available from Dhaka to Munshiganj. The bus services are “Nayan Paribahan”, “Dighir par Paribahan” and “Dhaka Transport”, all of the buses used to start from “Gulistan” of Dhaka. It will cost you 60-80 taka, and will require 1 hrs to 2 hrs bus journey depending upon the road traffic.
Also you can hire CNG auto rickshaw from the “Postogola”, and it will take you 250-350 to take you at Muktarpur bridge. Remember, if you are hiring CNG, make sure who will provide the toll of the bridge. For you information, the toll fee is 20 taka. So negotiate with the driver of CNG about who will provide the toll.
Though the district is just beside the Dhaka, still its hard to find a suitable hotel from the district. The main reason, may be people from dhaka used to come this place for a single day trip. But anyway, if you need to stay at Munshiganj town, that case I’ll suggest you to stay at “Hotel Comfort” this one is the best from the town. Also you there is another one which is “Hotel three star international”. But the quality of the rooms of this hotel is not that much good. For both cases, it will take 100-700 taka per night depending upon the room.
1. Mawa Resort
Contact: Md. Ali
2. Padma Resort
Contact: Mohammad Ali
3. Padma Rest House
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Ghoshal Bari Radha Krishna Temple, About 100 years old (now rebuilt) Radha-Krisna temple with its outstanding view standing at Atpara village. The temple is situated at Atpara under Vajrayoguni Union Parisad of Munshiganj district by the road side leading to Tangibari at a distance of 7.2 km from Munshiganj town. Adjacent to this temple there are two more temples which appear to have been erected recently. It is a ‘Pancha ratna’ temple resting on a square sanctum. Its south-east corner ratna along with large portion of the body is missing. The four turrets are set on the roof top corners while the large fifth central sikhara rises above them the wall of the temple is 63 cm thick. The temple has sharply curved cornices and an arched entrance on the south but its lower portion is in a dilapidated condition. The char Chala central ratna rests upon its rectangular base which has an arched entrance and panel decoration. The south and other sides are relieved with imitation doorway design and paneled bands. The central tapering tower rises above and terminates in an iron shike. The four miniature corner turrets are similar to the central one and have four openings each.This variety is the most popular type of temples that flourished in Bengal in the 19th century A.D.)  => Array ( [name] => Boshder Benami Moth [post_id] => 9312 [post_link] => http://offroadbangladesh.com/places/boshder-benami-moth/ [thumb_link] => http://offroadbangladesh.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/benami-moth-169x300.jpg [post_content] =>
A significant number of Hindu Moth is found in all over the Bangladesh. Some of those are still standing with great structural strength and some are decaying day by day. Boshder Benami Moth is one of those, a nearly destroyed Hindu Moth which is around 200 years old.
It's assumed that Bosder Benami Moth was built by some great Merchant named 'Bosh' located just beside the Bosder Jamidar Bari.
Now, It's almost being griped by a gigantic banyan tree which has caused severe damage to the exterior & interior of this structure. If it goes like this way, then it will totally being destroyed in near future.
Necessary steps should be taken for immediate conservation and preservation of this structure.)  => Array ( [name] => Sree Sree Jagannath Jiu Temple [post_id] => 22957 [post_link] => http://offroadbangladesh.com/places/sree-sree-jagannath-jiu-temple/ [thumb_link] => http://offroadbangladesh.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/Jagannath-300x239.jpg [post_content] => Jagannathpur Upazila of Sunamganj was named after the Sree Sree Jagannath Jiu Temple situated at Jagannatpur Bazar. Local people says that it is an old temple. Some people claim it a 150 years old and some other claim, a 300 years old. However, Hindu God Jagannath is one of the most influential among the other gods. So, it's the most common to see a Jagannath Jiu Temple in almost every hindu locality in Bangladesh. )  => Array ( [name] => Jora Kali Temple of Muktagacha [post_id] => 22247 [post_link] => http://offroadbangladesh.com/places/jora-kali-temple-muktagacha/ [thumb_link] => http://offroadbangladesh.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/P_20151014_134059_1_p-169x300.jpg [post_content] => Sri Sri Anondomoyi (শ্রী শ্রী আনন্দময়ী) Kali temple is located at the nucleus of Muktagacha Upazila. This temple is dedicated to Nirmola Debi (নির্মলা দেবী), Mother of Maharaja Shoshikanto Acharya (শশীকান্ত আচার্য). A traveler may get confused by the name of this temple as it comes with different words in websites and it's place. In websites, it is known as Sri Sri Anondomoyi (শ্রী শ্রী আনন্দময়ী) Kali temple where as in place, it’s named as Sri Sri Shiva Moheshwar (শ্রী শ্রী শিব মহেশ্বর) Temple and locally it is known as Jora kali Temple of Muktagacha. Whatsoever the name is, ORB Team came to know from different places and later visited this attraction physically to reveal it's history. It was established in the year 1820 by the patronize of Shoshikanto Acharya (one of the great Zamindars of Muktagacha). Basically this two adjacent temple is a great example of mirror structure in Bengal. It has three arch shaped doorways at the front side. From the surface level, it is almost 1o meter high with so many decoration in its wall. The structural design of this temple is look like the other Moth (মঠ) structure in Bengal. There is a large pond in the temple premises and it was dug at the time of establishment. Maharaja Shoshikanto Acharya donated his many assets for the daily expenses of worshipping in the temple. Among those lands significant areas are in Muktagacha Upazila, Gabtoli and Khamar Bazar area. Though none of those assets now owned by the temple. ) )
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