Mahanad kalibari 8 km from the rajbari. This temple is more that 200 yrs old. Rani Rashmani came to this place to offer her puja & this inspired her to build the dakhineswar Mandir.
Jateswar Shiv Temple
Jateswar Shiv Temple 2 km from Mahanad kalibari. There is a big pond behind the temple with different stories of healing & birth.
Debipur Laxmi Janardan Mandir
Debipur Laxmi Janardan Mandir This place is known for Laxmi Janardan Mandir. The style of the Mandir is old terracotta of Bengal.
Pandua Minar Chhota Pandua Minar is the most important minar of all existing buildings of Chhota Pandua in the Hughli district of West Bengal. Built both as a madhana and a tower symbolising victory and glory, it stands at the southeast side of the bari mosque (1477 AD) at a distance of 52.50 m.
Banshberia Hangsheswari & Basudeb Mandir
Banshberia Hangsheswari & Basudeb Mandir Hangseswari temple or Hanseswari temple is a Hindu Temple of goddess Hangseswari in the town of Bansberia at Hooghly District, Indian state of West Bengal. Bansberia is an industrial town positioned in between Bandel and Tribeni.
Debanandapur Katha Shilpi’s Residence
Debanandapur Katha Shilpi’s Residence The birth place of Bengali Katha Shilpi & Sharat Chandra Chattopadhay’s residence, a museum Sharat Smriti Pathagar & including a Museum containing letters, writing, photograps.
Bandle Charch The Basilica of the Holy Rosary commonly known as Bandel Church is one of the oldest Christian churches in West Bengal, India. ... It is also a parish church, part of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Calcutta. It is one of the most prominent historical churches in West Bengal as well as in India.
Imambara, Chubnchura Hooghly Imambara is a Shia Muslim congregation hall and mosque in Hooghly, West Bengal, India. The construction of the building was started by Muhammad Mohsin in 1841 and completed in 1861. The building is a two storied structure, with a tall clock tower over the entrance gate.
Chandannagar is a city in the Hooghly district in the Indian state of West Bengal. It is the headquarter of the Chandannagar subdivision and is part of the area covered by the Kolkata Metropolitan Development Authority. Located on the western bank of Hooghly River, the town was a former French colony of India.
Kalna 108 Shiv Mandir
Kalna 108 Shiv Mandir Built in 1809, these 108 small, marble Hindu temples are arranged as 2 concentric circles.
Kalna Lalji Temple
Kalna Lalji Temple Lalji temple was built in 1739 by Braja Kishori Devi who was the wife of Maharaja Jagat Ram. Inside the temple premise, a bright yellow Garuda with chilly green wings faces the main idols of Radha and Krishna. Lalji temple is located in West Bengal with small panels which surround the base of the temple, thereby depict scenes from the Puranas. This temple is basically dedicated to Shri Radhika and Shri Krishna. A dancing hall is there just in front of the temple, named- Natmandir.
Kalna Pratapeswar Temple
Kalna Pratapeswar Temple Pratapeswar Temple may look tiny, but only when you start to explore the terracotta art work on its facade you realize how vast a canvas it has! The number of terracotta figures on its facade runs in to hundreds! And the details are mind blowing. Architectural wonder of the late medieval period, it was built in 1849 by Maharani Shiyari Kumari. She was the wife of Maharaja Pratap Chand of Bardhaman in the town Kalna situated on the banks of river Bhagirathi. Pratapeswar Temple is in the prestigious list of temples in India made by a woman. Distance from The Rajbari is 1 hr 15 minutes.
Guptipara 1 hr from Rajbari. The primary attraction of Guptipara is its temples. Located in a single temple complex the four Vaishnava Temples. Chaitanya, Brindabanchandra, Ramchandra, Krishnachandra Temples.