Paharpur of Naogaon, Bangladesh

Paharpur

A beautiful picture of Paharpur

Paharpur the biggest known monastery southern region of Himalayas, Paharpur is a little village 5 km western of Jamalganj at Badalgachi upazila in Naogaon dristrict (greater Rajshahi district) where the continues to be of the most essential and the biggest known monastery southern region of the Himalayas has been excavated. Paharpur or Shompur Bihar was designed by Master Dharmapal Dev (770-810), who was the second king of the Pal Empire. As it was remaining in a discontinued condition for years, it changed into a very great hillock, and this triggered the individuals to contact it Paharpur.

Central temple of Paharpur or Sompur Bihar

A Close view of Paharpur Bihara Central Temple

It was found in 1807 and the discovery performs started in 1875. The size of the main forehead of the Bihar is roughly 80 toes. This 7th millennium historical discovers protects roughly a place of 27 miles of place. The whole organization, using a quadrangular trial, calculating more than 900 ft. on the outside on each part, has great enclosure-walls about 16 ft. in width and from 12 ft. to 15 ft. size With intricate entrance complicated on the northern, there are 45 tissues on the northern and 44 in each of the other three factors with a amount of 177 areas. The structure of the pyramidal cruciform forehead is significantly affected by those of South-East Japan, especially Myanmar and Coffee.

How to go?

Firstly you need to go Naogaon. From Naogaon town, take a bus to Jaipurhat (approximately 34 km). From Naogaon central bus stand, buses leave regularly after an hour for Paharpur. Then to get to the sights from Paharpur village take a rickshaw or a three wheeler .
Photo: Rumon Anam




Central temple

Central temple


Some local visitors at Paharpur

Top of the roof of Buddhist room


Top of the roof of Buddhist room



Terracotta

Terracotta

1 comment:

  1. I LIKE 2 GO THERE . S.m.tamim

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