Dakhil Darwaza ,a very important monument, located in Gaur. Dakhil Darwaza is a surviving ruin of an old castle from the 15th century. The gate itself is a gateway to a fort.
Gumti Darwaja Standing to the northeast of the Chika Mosque, the Gumti Darwaza was built in 1512 by Allauddin Hussein Shah. Made of brick and terracotta, the once brilliant colours woven into the artwork are still partly visible. It is said that real gold was used in the decorationsy.
Gour Located along the banks of the holy river Ganges, this is one of the oldest residential colonies existing in the state. Although the place is now in ruins, its unique history and magnificent architecture are more than enough to attract tourism from places far and wide. This settlement was the capital of ancient Bengal and was also a centre of political and state affairs relating to the realm.
The Minar is located a kilometre away from the Dakhil Darwaza. Built during Sultan Saifuddin Feroze Shah's rule, this five-storey tower is often touted as Malda's Qutab Minar.
Chamkati Masjid / Chika Mosque
Yusuf Shah built the Mosque in 1475. The name has a very unique origin. It is called the Chika Mosque because it sheltered a number of Chikas i.e. bats.
Jauhra Kali Temple
Jauhra Kali Temple Amongst the plethora of Muslim Relics, Malda also has a famous Hindu Temple - The Temple of Jauhra Kali is beautiful, made on a raised platform and surrounded by trees.
Adina Deer Park
about 20 km off Malda is the Adina Deer Park. The park is an excellent place to witness numerous deer in their natural habitat. Cheetals or Spotted Deer and Nilgai are the two most famous species here.
Adina Mosque bears a strong resemblance to the Great Mosque of Damascus as it consists of bricks designed with stones. Built by Sikandar Shah in the 14th century, the second sultan of the Ilia’s dynasty, the Adina Mosque was the largest mosque in India at the time.
Malda Museum Located off Bandh road, the Malda Museum preserves the architectural and anthropological samples of the region dating back to 1500 year old artefacts.
The Baroduari Mosque is the largest in Malda. The Mosque's name, literally means 12 doors, though it has only eleven. The mosque was started by Allauddin Hussein Shah, but he died before its completion.
Jagjibanpur Situated about 35 km off Malda town, Jagjivanpur, which is now an important archeological sight was a long forgotten place until the discovery of a copper-plate inscription of the Pala emperor Mahendrapaladeva and the structural remains of a 9th-century Buddhist Vihara - Nandadirghika-Udranga Mahavihara.
Kadam Rasul Mosque
Kadam Rasool Mosque derives its name from the stone tablet, which bears the footprints of Prophet Muhammad, kept in the mosque. The mosque was built in 1530 by Sultan Nasiruddin Nusrat Shah.
Eklakhi Mausoleum One of the most breath-taking sites of Pandua, this tomb is truly one of a kind. It has an inscription of Lord Ganesh and a converted son of a Hindu Emperor is believed to have been buried here
The Lakhchhipi Darwaza or Lukochuri Gate is built on the South East corner of the Kadam Rasool Mosque. Shah Shuja is believed to have built this imposing structure back in 1655 in the Mughal architectural style
A lot of tales surround the construction of this mosque. However, historians believe it was built by Sultan Shamsuddin Yusuf Shah in 1475. The structure was originally built with intricate work of precious stones and colours.