Vaggokul Jamidar Bari, Munshiganj [Complete Travel Guide]

Basically, Vaggokul Jamidar Bari is the only surviving house in many houses of fortune zamindars is in Bandura. This Jomidar Palace was built by the landlord Jadunath Saha. There are eight huge pillars in front of the double-decker house,like the Baliati Jamidar Bari.
Vaggokul Jamidar Bari, Munshiganj, Credit:TOB

 This stupa around the building is built in Greek architectural style. There are various designs including design snakes, peacock, flowers, birds inside the building. The building of the whole landlord house, adjacent to the courtyard.

These zamindari's doors and windows are the same size, which means height. As a result, the doors are closed, which is the door, which is responsible for understanding the windows. The stairs from the ground floor to the two storages are made of wood. This landlord is located in Bandura.

The front of the landlady is "Nabkuthi", it was originally the Gadighor. This zamindari house was constructed approximately in the year 1920 before it was built. Jadunath Saha had five children. Zamindar Jadunath, who built separate houses of these people, who are known as Kokilpayee's landlord house in Bandura, Ukil House, Judge House.

How to go

From Dhaka to Nawabganj, you can go to Kalakopa-Bandura. Distance is 35 kilometers. From Gulistan to Dhaka-Dohar Route, the 'Metropolitan', 'Garibe Newaz', 'Service' or 'Aram' Paribahan buses go to the market and go to the fateful zamindar house. 

All the buildings that are standing in just a few hundred yards together Rent all of Tk 70 You can come out on a holiday on a holiday this wonderful place, hope you enjoy it.

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