Varanasi has been known to be a cultural centre in the Northern part of India. The city is famous for its temples and embankments. Varanasi is associated not only with Hinduism but also with Buddhism and Jainism. It has now grown into industrial centres for silk, muslin, ivory and sculpture.
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Baharampur is a city in the West Bengal state of India. Baharampur, was founded and fortified in 1757 by the British East India Company, after the Battle of Plassey, in June 1757, and it continued as a cantonment until 1870. The cantonment was constituted as a municipality in 1876, and was the headquarters of Murshidabad district. On February 25, 1857, the first major armed battle of the Sepoy Mutiny of 1857 took place in Baharampur , while Berhampur was ruled by Raja Krishnath and his ancestors.
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Hazarduari Palace - it was built in 1837 by General Duncan Mcleod for Nawab Humaun Jah, descendent of Mir Zafar.
Imambara - built in 1847 AD. by Nawab Nazim Mansoor Ali Khan Feradun Jahat at a cost of more than 6 lacs. The Imambara, which is the largest in Bengal, is perhaps the largest in India.
Moti Jhil - This beautiful horseshoe shaped lake was excavated by Nawazesh Mohammad, the husband of the famous Ghasseti Begum.
Barrack square - It was used for British army.
British town hall - Earlier used for recreation purpose for the British.
Old Cossimbazar Palace
New Cossimbazar Palace
Nasipur Palace - The Nasipur Palace was built by Kirti Chand, a descendent of Debi Singh. Debi Singh, who settled here from Punjab, was a tax collector in the early days of the East India Company
Pataleshwar temple of Cossimbazar - Residing in Kasimbazar is one of the most famous temples dedicated to Lord Shiva, the history of Pataleshwar Temple could be dated back to some thousand years.