Murshidabad is one of the most important towns in the West Bengal. This town has an eventful and long history started before the time of British rule and beyond.
There are different opinions regarding the name of Murshidabad. One school of thought said that the name Murshidabad came from the name of 'Mukshudabad' which was the seat of administration during the reign of Murshid Quli Khan.
Murshidabad Municipality has been constituted on 1st April' 1869 having an area of 17.25 Sq.Km. At present, municipality has 16 wards with a population of 44024 peoples and percentage of literacy is around 75% as per the census of 2011.
The district derives its name from Murshidabad. Emperor Aurangzeb sent his Diwan Kartalab Khan at Murshidabad for collection of revenue during his regime.Read More
Culture of a place is a reflection of its society. The culture of Murshidabad is fascinating and captivating. It tells us about the people of the place, their lifestyle and their beliefs.Read More
Through various festivals and ceremonies, it is still trying to keep the life-line alive. The people irrespective of their caste and creed, assemble at the ceremonial ground.Read More
Emperor Aurangzeb sent his Diwan Kartalab Khan at Murshidabad for collection of revenue during his regime.
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It is an old Palace about 30 minutes drive from Berhampur.. Hazarduari means 1000 doors, but actually they are windows. Palace has large collection of old weapons, paintings, ceramics etc. etc. Must visit for people interested in history, antiques.
It's a good place we all know. But the best part is unlike other places of Murshidabad, it's well maintained and preserved. So it's worthy to take a guided tour. Quite Amazing.