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Kantajew Temple

Kantajew Temple is the most ornate and beautiful temple of Bangladesh. It is treated as one of the finest masterpieces of medieval architecture of Bengal made by red burn mud. Every inch of the temple surface is embellished with exquisite ‘Terracotta’ plaques, representing flora fauna, geometric motifs, mythological scenes and an astonishing array of contemporary social scenes and favorite pastimes. These artistic creation must attract the visitors. It is a Holy place, generally people come here to pray and see the ancient heritage architecture.

    • Location Kaharol Upzilla, Sondurpur, Dinajpur
    • Famous for 'Terracotta' Architecture
    • Climate Any Season is preferable
    • How to get there

      Can hire microbus or auto rickshaw for family tour from Dinajpur town to Kantajew temple and it will take about 45 minutes.


      Can get bus from Dinajpur central bus stand to reach at 'Rampur Bazar' (costing BDT 20-25 per person) and then need to hire 'Rickshaw or Van' to reach will take 15 minutes.


      To make short cut and little adventure get off at 'Kantanagar' (before 'Rampur Bazar') by bus,.Then you have to cross river 'Dhepa' by "Basher Sako". After crossing the river need to take a walk for about 10 minutes to reach the temple.

    • Where to stay

      There are many hotels at Dinajpur city to stay at night.

    • Entry Permits/Fees

      Free to all

Condition apply *


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