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The Ancient Civilization of PUTHIA

Puthia, a half an hour drive from Rajshahi main town, is a town of ancient beauty and structures. I visited this place last weekend as a part of my Rajshahi trip. My trip would not be fulfilled if I did not have visited this place. These structure, buildings are very old... Our guide told us this little empire was built in Mughol Era. I'm not sure as I have not researched about it. But it was surely built a long ago. The hand made art works are just wonderful! I tried to take some snaps. Check them out... All the pictures were taken at ancient structures of Puthia.

(From the left) Miron, Me, Rajib... At a historic Mandir at Puthia
These artworks are hand made and so precise... look closely.. you will be astonished!
Artworks on wall
The 1st Mandir we visited at Puthia, this picture was taken from the front gate
Another one, this is located inside the ancient Puthia palace
Side view
Beautiful artwork on the body of strong round pillars
Front Wall..... full of wonderful arts on it
I guess these arts have special meaning!
Look how precise they are!
A broken building of the Kingdom
I'm speechless!
Miron and Me at the Mandir
I don't know what is this thing. I just saw it was hung on the side door of the 2nd Mandir we visited
The weather was damn hot, but inside this white age old building, there was an awesome cool breeze... we were simply amazed to discover it!Front view of the main Palace. It does look like a palace... does not it?
Corridor of the last Mandir we visited at Puthia
This is solely made of precious Blackstone! Priceless!
At the back passage of the Mandir, the pond was a great sight too!
Last shot at Puthia

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  1. Oh those ancient places! they are always so magical! We have so many anciet places here too and i looove visiting them. They are like food for your eyes and spirit.

    There were people talking, singing, dancing, fighting and so many other things probably happened in front of these damaged walls. Just the thought of being in the exact same place with them is incredible enough.

    Thanks for sharing again.

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  2. You are absolutely right... They do meet up the thirst of our eyes! And it sounds really magical the way you feel these places. :)
    Thanks for your visit honey.

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