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Reviewed 1 week ago

it's like 30 mins drive from the city. a famous archaeological site. mostly an ancient Buddhist monastery site. there is a museum also colocated here. however, things could have been maintained and kept in a better form. must visit place for the history buffs.

Thank Jalal I
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Some archaeologist has places a bottle of old monk rum in the museum display thinking it is a 7th century artifact. Must visit for just that alone! :D

Thank Saurabh R
Reviewed June 22, 2018

An Excellent Historical Place. There is a Museum too where ancient collection of different mud made things like statue and so on are stored.

Thank MuhammadGolamA
Reviewed May 30, 2018

Ancient name of Mahasthangarh was Pundravardhana. The place was the capital of this territory. In present time the excavation of Mahasthangarh open the ancient city again. Its a must visit place to know more about the history of this area and Imagine how developed this...More

Thank Fariduzzaman R
Reviewed May 29, 2018

According to Wikipedia: Pundravardhana (Bengali: পুন্ড্রবর্ধন Punḍrôbôrdhôn, Sanskrit: Punḍravardhana), was an ancient kingdom during the Classical period on the Indian subcontinent; the territory located in North Bengal in ancient times, home of the Pundra, a group of people not speaking languages of the Indo-Aryan family....More

Thank FaruqFaisel
Reviewed November 25, 2017

you will find a ancient cultural taste here. You need to imagine how they were in their time. It is worth visiting

Thank Rafee M
Reviewed November 20, 2017

Very interesting excavations with long history. You need a good imagination and hopefully year on year the new work will reviel more pieces of the puzzle

Thank Davancar
Reviewed October 3, 2017

Reminds the cultural and architectural stronghold of Bangladesh. This place is the proof of early civilization in Bangladesh. People from around the area came here to learn and enlighten them selves. The ruins are not that well kept. Worth visiting. There are some other archiological...More

1  Thank Mashuk A
Reviewed September 6, 2017 via mobile

It's our assets. but everyone goes there to destroy its beauty. now mohasthangar is the capital of saarc country, but unfortunately you can't found a good quality of service from porjoton corporation. ......... it's our bad luck. ..

Thank Rshd91
Reviewed August 9, 2017

its very popular place to visit when you are in Bogra city. its like 30min bus distance from city. any time you can bus to visit there. very good place . also have a weekly holiday.

Thank Hridoy_sust
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