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This is known as Kaala mosque in the vicinity of Motijhil. There are four tombs that includes the grave of Ekram ud doula , younger brother of Siraj ud doula. This mosque has a huge historical value though poorly maintained.
Motijheel was the home of Meherunnesa, history known her as Ghoseti Begum, one of the masterminds of Siraj killing conspiracy. A mosque and a palace were there, though the palace has been destroyed but the mosque is still there. This Motijheel is a man made...More
The only old building existing at Motijeel is the Mosque of Shahamat Jang.To the east of Nawajesh Muhammad's mosque, is a small enclosure within which are four tombs and to the east of which and outside it is one tomb. Here lies the mortal remains...More
We visited this place around the evening just before visiting the Motijheel Park. I would not say the place is poorly maintained. It's just OK. We found a mosque there and several graves. As we did not hire a guide at this place we did...More
Brick made from mud of this kneel during alibordi kha. Large scake of pearl collected from that jheel. Here a beautiful palace made by Nougas (son in law of Alibordi kha) for his wife Meherunnisa which later destroyed. Here situated a mysterious room which do...More
It is a shame that this place has been allowed to decay.
The buildings are fine - and atmospheric, but the site lacks love or attention : this is a shame as heritage will be lost if it is not cared for and invested in.
There is a Mosque & Cemetery as the name suggest. Apart from the name there is nothing Historic nor the Monument has been maintained by any agency. You might even actually end up searching for this monument (only GPS can guide you). You won't even...More
The place itself is so serene surrounding the mosque that you won't feel like leaving the place.As the sun was setting behind the mosque, it reminded us of the great historical event which changed the history of Bengal.