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Historical Places in Murshidabad:

Nimak Haram Deori

The Nimak Haram Deori or the Traitor's Gate is the central gate of Jafraganj Palace of Mir-Zafar. It is one Km North to the Hazarduari palace. Within this fortress Nawab Siraj-ud-Doula was killed in an act of great betrayal.








Nasipur Palace

The Nasipur Palace is a major attraction of Murshidabad. Within the compound of the palace, there is the temple of Ramachandra, which is one of the largest temples across the district of Murshidabad. There is also a temple of Lakshmi-Narayana, close by, renowned for its Jhulantara celebrations. Another attraction of the place is a Raj Bari, a two storied house built by Raja Keertichand Bahadur.







Jahan Kosha Cannon

Jahan Kosha Cannon (also known as the Great Gun) literally means the Destroyer of the World. It is placed in the Topekhana a quarter of mile to the south east of the Katra Mosque. Topekhana was the Nawab's Artillery Park and the entrance gate of the old capital of Bengal, Bihar and Orissa, the city of Jahangir Nagar. It is protected on the east by the Gobra Nala, locally known as the Katra Jheel. The Jahan Kosha Cannon is kept here.







Tomb of Azim-un-Nisa

Tomb of Azim-un-Nisa Azim-un-nisa is the daughter of Nawab Murshid Quli Khan and wife of Suja Khan. Myth is that once Azim-un-nisa fell seriously ill and as per doctor’s prescription she used to take a medicine prepared from the liver of human child. This medicine was registered to her secretly, but even after she recovered from her sickness, she developed an addiction towards this medicine, resulting in killing quite a lot of children during that time. Once his father came to know about this, she was buried alive under this mosque, so that every person who visits this place will walk over her grave. But according to some historian, she died in 1730A.D. 5 years after her father’s death. Once Murshid Quli Khan came to know about the killings he sent her to Orissa (her husband Suja-ud-dullah’s house). Later when Suja-ud-dullah became nawab of Bengal, she came back to Bengal and built this mosque.

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