Chand Kazi's Samadhi
Chand Kazi's Samadhi
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Coastal820768
North 24 Parganas District, India56 contributions
Sep 2019 • Family
Chand Kazi was recognized as the magistrate of Nabadwip who went against the Harinam Sankirtana movement in Mayapur and destroyed the mridanga of Srivash Pandit, who was the leader of the Sankritana. He believed in the Islam religion. This Samadhi stands strong to celebrate his turning into a faithful follower of Shree Chaitanya Prabhu.
Written April 23, 2020
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Shourjendra D
Kolkata (Calcutta), India3,657 contributions
Feb 2016 • Family
Mayapur has been made famous by ISKCON - International Society for Krishna Consciousness. They have claimed that Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu was born here more than 500 years ago. Without going into debate,there are innumerable sites of interest near main ISKCON temple at Mayapur.
One of the attractions is Chand Kazi Samadhi . Its not a temple per se,but a nearby attraction like Sri Jagannath Temple and other smaller temples on the way to Mayapur ISKCON site

Didn't take pictures as I found picture taking to be in-appropriate considering the serenity of the place
Written February 8, 2016
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Sangeetha Anbalagan
Bengaluru, India1,746 contributions
Dec 2016 • Family
During my year end trip to West Bengal along with my parents, we have planned to Visit Mayapur - ISKCON, On the way, we got to Visit Chand Kazi's samadhi.

The Stone Samadhi of Chand Kazi has got 2 trees growing out of it. One is Champaka tree and the another one is Neem tree surrounded by it. The place is believed as none other than Mathura and the people who visit this Samadhi will be relieved from Old Age & Death.

When we visited, a person was sitting under the tree and was explaining about the history of the place. Nice Visit !!
Written January 13, 2017
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sabnissanjay
Mumbai, India76 contributions
Mar 2017 • Family
this was the place where Chand Kazi was buried, he was a surrendered soul to Lord Chaitanya after first opposing him
Written June 3, 2017
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RS108
Perth, Australia342 contributions
Apr 2015 • Family
This is certainly a special place, but to get the most from the experience, it would be nice to go with a group or guide to spend some time immersed in the relevance of the relationship between Chaitanya Mahaprabhu and Chand Kazi.

The samadhi (tomb) is located in a little gated area amidst a small shopping area. It is easy to miss, but any driver will know it. There is no temple as such, just an outdoor samadhi.
Written April 16, 2015
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Hitesh T
Mumbai19 contributions
Sep 2016 • Family
the place and its importance is very much appreciated but lots of old people and children keep on bothering for some bakshish (money), which becomes sometimes a lot irritating.
Written October 24, 2016
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Sirisha_Indana
Mumbai, India12 contributions
Nov 2015 • Family
its the great Chand Kazi who allowed Lord Chaitanya movement to go on, the Govt should protect this monument
Written March 22, 2016
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aviray
Kolkata (Calcutta), India113 contributions
Jan 2015 • Family
4 kms off the ISKON temple, this place is worth an evening-out. A rickshaw or a van usually takes tourists there. One can visit any time during the day. But, early mornings and evenings are better in the summer. There's nothing much to see except for two tress symbolizing the two revered figures: Chand Kazi & Chaitanya.
Written February 27, 2015
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ajit309
Kota, India70 contributions
Mar 2014 • Couples
Hiranyakshipu, Ravana, Kamsa, and Chand Kazi are same person. He became a great devotee of Lord after meeting Lord Gauranga. And Lord Gauranga personally pt His samadhi.
Written March 24, 2014
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Chand Kazi's Samadhi, Mayapur