In 1900, Kushtia belonged to Jessor District and ruled by Maharaja Pramath Vushan Debroy. He donated a land on where local business people built the Gopinath Jiu Temple. The Rath-yatra and Mela (fair) started to occur from 1905 in memory of the beloved wife of Maharaja Devroy. 7 years after that, a local rich businessman named Makhan Roy funded to made a large Rath (Replica of Mythical vehicle) made out of Brass. At that time, this was the only and largest Metal made Rath among the whole Indian subcontinent. The Rath is still placed inside the Temple and many people come here to visit the historical Rath. In 2015, a renovation work of the temple began.
From Kushtia Mojompur Bus Stand, you need to go to the NS Road by an auto-rickshaw. It costs only 5 taka. The Temple is situated on NS Road.
You can travel to Kushtia from Dhaka by bus. Some of the bus services have been listed below for your assistance:
1. SB Super Deluxe
Gabtoli Counter, Phone: 02-9000627
Fare: TK 600 (AC), TK 450 (Non AC)
2. Shyamoli Paribahan
Gabtoli counter, Phone: 01711-987 028
There are some hotels in the district where you may consider staying in. Some of them have been listed below for your assistance:
1. Azmiree hotel
2. Desha Guest house
3. Hotel Al-Amin
4. Hotel Gold Star
5. Hotel River view
Put off your shoes when you get enter into any Hindu Religious Place.
NS Road is the place where all the standard hotel and restaurants are situated in Kushtia city. You will see a lot of restaurants because it is the market area.
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.
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Chandi Mandir is located at the place name Dhamsreni about 3 km east from Ulipur sub district of Kurigram district. The Mandir was established (1658-1707) at the time of Mughal emperor Aorangajeb. An earthquake was occurred in 1897. That time the earth quake causes serious damage of the Mandir. Now a new Mandir has been established here beside the old Mandir. It was the headquarter of Baharabanda Raganara, who was the Landlord, and Rani Satyabrati.
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The Buddha Dhatu Jadi is a Theravada Buddhist temple, people also known it as the Bandarban Golden Temple (স্বর্ণ-মন্দির). The Bandarban Golden Temple is the largest Theravada Buddhist Temple; here presides the second largest Buddha statue in Bangladesh.
The Buddhist temple is known as kyang in local dialect. Buddha Dhatu Jadi is considered as one of the holy sites for Theravada Buddhism followers and Buddhist pilgrims. Marma or Mogh tribal group of the Chittagong Hill Tracts is a dominant ethnic group in Bandarban. By religion they are Buddhists and of Arkhan descent.)  => Array ( [name] => Tin Shiva Mandir [post_id] => 22235 [post_link] => http://offroadbangladesh.com/places/tin-shiva-mandir/ [thumb_link] => http://offroadbangladesh.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/P_20151014_133434_1_p-270x300.jpg [post_content] =>
The Muktagachha Tin Shiva (তিন শিব) temple/mandir (মন্দির) is a twin temple located outside the Rajbari of Muktagachha in Mymensingh. The temple was constructed in 1820 by Rani Bimola Devi (রানী বিমলা দেবী), the mother of Maharaja Shashikantha Acharya Choudhary (শশীকান্ত আচার্য চৌধুরী), the Zamindar of Muktagacha.
The twin temples consist of the Shree Shree Anandamoyi ( শ্রী শ্রী আনন্দময়ী) Shiva and Kali Mata Mandir (কালী মাতা মন্দির). The Hindu Rabidas (রবিদাস) community perform a two-day-long Kattyani (কাত্ত্যানি) Puja, locally known as the 'Shat' (সাত) Puja, in the Bengali month of Kartik (কার্তিক). The temple is in dilapidated condition due to lack of repairs.) )
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