A seven to eight acre site, surrounded by a series of five ramparts, that has been under excavation in North Bengal by Professor Shahnaz Husn Jahan, and students of University of Liberal Arts is now identified as a Buddhist development of sixth or seventh century CE.
Evidence of overbuilding on lower levels of construction suggests lengthy periods of occupation, but fine detail in much of the brickwork is clear evidence of high status remains.
chanced upon this development whilst locating further Rajbari and Zaminderbari to add to their Palaces and Princes travel packages. It will certainly be added to tourist opportunities within their fully escorted programmes, but is sure to attract a great deal of attention when the recent finds are finally reported. Tours