|Duration:||04 Days, 03 Nights|
|Attractions||Best Archaeological sites of Rajshahi Division|
|Area Covered||: Rajshahi, Puthia, Gaur, Kusumba, Paharpur, Mahasthangarh, Bogra, and Sariakandi|
|Best Time||May - August|
|Availability:||Round the Year (except Saturday)|
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Rajshahi Division is located in the north-western part of Bangladesh, bordering by West Bengal state of India. This division holds the most remarkable Archaeological sites of the country. Once this place was the centre of the whole Greater Bengal. Rajshahi division is flooded with many beautiful Mosques, Temples, Palaces, and ruins from period.
Start with visiting “Temple Village” at Puthia, where the highest number of historical temples are situated. After that visit the ancient “Bengal Capital”, “Gauda” at Sonamosjid, on the Bangladesh-India border full of beautiful medieval period mosques. Then to Kusumba, and visit Kusumba Mosque”. Made a stop at “Tribal Village” of Santal people. Visit “Somapura Mahavihara” at Paharpur, a UNESCO World Heritage site, and “Mahasthangarh” at Bogra. Finishing with a boat ride on mighty river Jamuna, and visiting “Char” at Sariakandi..