Shopnopuri

Shopnopuri Shopnopuri is one of the most beautiful artificial tourist spot in North Bengal. You can go there either from Hili or from Dinajpur. There you can enjoy your full day watching this artificial beauty.You can spend night also In Shoponopuri rest house but for that you will have to book in advance.
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Dinajpur Rajbari

Dinajpur Rajbari Dinajpur Rajbari now in ruins, is situated on the north-east outskirts of the present town. Originally enclosed within defensive moats and high rampart, the derelict remains of the Dinajpur Rajbari, can now be approached through a tall arched gate facing west. Inside the palace precinct near the gateway on left is a painted Krisna temple and on right, some ruined outhouses and another inner gateway that provides access to an inner square court. Facing the courtyard on the east is a flat-roofed temple, the front verandah of which is supported on four semi-Corinthian pillars and another set of columns carry the roof of the main hall.
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Ramshagor Dighi

Ramshagor Dighi Ramsagar man-made water tank located at the village of Tejpur about 8 km south of Dinajpur town. It is considered to be the biggest man-made tank of Bangladesh. It can be approached from the town by a metalled road, which was once known as the 'Murshidabad Sarak'.
The tank was named after Raja Ram Nath who excavated it on the eve of the battle of palashi.
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Ghoraghat Fort Mosque

Ghoraghat Fort Mosque Ghoraghat Fort Mosque situated in the southeastern corner of the Ghoraghat Fort, which is located on the right side of the karatoya in the southeastern part of the district of Dinajpur. Within the fort area were erected a number of religious and secular buildings, of which only a mosque in ruinous condition and a few scattered mounds have survived.
According to an inscription the mosque was built in 1740-41 AD by Zainul Abedin, the Mughal fauzdar of Sarker Ghoraghat. By now all the domes have crumbled, the corner towers are badly damaged, the western wall has completely collapsed, and the remaining parts are overgrown with small trees and plants.
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Kantajees Temple

Kantajees Temple Kantajee's Temple is in Dinajpur district. It is the most ornate among the late medieval temples of Bangladesh is the Kantajee's temple near Dinajpur town, which was established in the year 1722 by Ram Nath, son of Maharaja Pran Nath .The temple, a 51' square three storied edifice, rests on a slightly curved raised plinth of sandstone blocks, believed to have been quarried from the ruins of the ancient city of Bangarh near Gangharampur in West Bengal. It was originally a navaratna temple, crowned with four richly ornamental corner towers on two stores and a central one over the third stored.
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Atrai river

Atrai river Atrai river flows in northern parts of Bangladesh. It has an ancient name 'Atrei', found in Mahabharata. The river is originated in West Bengal. Then it flows west of Jamuna River.
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Sura Mosque

Sura Mosque Sura Mosque is located at Sura under Ghoraghat upazila in the district of Dinajpur, about eleven kilometres on the west of the ruins of Ghoraghat and about six kilometres from the Ghoraghat upazila headquarter in the same direction.
Bricks and stones were used for its construction. A good number of stone slabs lie all around the mosque. Some stone slabs contain panels and other designs similar to those at the chhota sona mosque.
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Nayabad Mosque

Nayabad Mosque Nayabad Mosque is situated on the bank of the Dhepa river in village Nayabad in Ramchandrapur Union under Kaharol Thana of Dinajpur district, about 20 km to the north-west of the district town. The mosque, built on about 1.15 bighas of land, has been renovated by the Department of Archaeology, Bangladesh. A madrasa has recently been built in front of the mosque.
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Rukn Khan Mosque

Rukn Khan Mosque Rukn Khan Mosque is situated near the tomb of Shaikh Ata at Devikote (devkot) in West Dinajpur. Rukn Khan, the builder of the mosque, was a well-known general of Sultan Alauddin husain shah of Bengal, who is credited with having conquered Kamrup, Kamta, Jajnagar and Orissa.
This is a square mosque with a verandah in the front. The prayer hall, covered with a large hemispherical dome, has five entrances, three in the east and one on each of the north and south sides.
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Karatoya River

Karatoya River Karatoya River an intriguing river, formerly the main channel of the tista, and perhaps a distributary of the brahmaputra. In the Siyar-al-Mutakhkhirin it is recorded that this river was three times the size of the ganges when bakhtiyar khalji invaded the Northern Region (1115 AD). Tectonic disturbances had broken it up into four distinct parts. The northern part, called the Dinajpur-Karatoya, is the main source of the atrai.
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