Murshidabad Travel Guide

Murshidabad is a locale town in West Bengal, India. It is arranged on the banks of the stream Bhagirathi. It was at one time the capital of Bengal, regularly called the last capital of autonomous Bengal. It is named after Murshid Quli Khan, the Dewan of Bengal selected by the Mughal Empire. Murshidabad turned into the capital in 1717.

Murshidabad tourist Spot: After check-in hotel, first come to the Hazaraduri Palace One of the most important and, most significant tourist attractions of Murshidabad, this sprawling palace has been built on 41 acres of land. The construction style of the palace is an amalgam of Italian and Greek architectural styles and is a great example of Murshidabad’s rich cultural heritage. Look at the 300ft wide Nizamat Imambara, built-in 1847 AD by Nawab Nazim Mansoor Ali Khan Feradun Jah, son of Humayun Jah, Wasif Manzil, Madina Mosque, Watchhouse, Bachiwali cannon. Then visit the Chawk Mosque, Chandni Bazar, Jahankosa Cannon, Katgola Garden, Jagat Sheth’s house, Nassipur Rajbari, Katra Mosque, Motijheel, Footi Mosque, Tomb of Mirzafar, Bell house, Tomb of Siraj in Khosbagh. You can see the historical terrain of Palashi. In the evening, however, Bhagirathi will board the boat. 
How to Reach: Reach Berhampur by bus from Esplanade. It will take about 5 hours.  Berhampur to Murshidabad only 14 km. Reserve car available from Berhampur. 
By train –  13103 Bhagirathi Exp, Sealdah – Lalgola Passenger, from Sealdah &  13113 Hazarduari Exp from Kolkata Terminus.  
Murshidabad Tour Accommodation: 1. Hotel Manjusha, 2. Hotel Indrajit, 3. Hotel Sagnik, 4. Hotel Green House. Call / WhatsApp at 9748285958.
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