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From the Nawabs of the pre-British era to the Lords from England, Murshidabad has seen history from its core. This small tourist haven in West Bengal serves as a place that manages to combine the beauty of the past with the beliefs of the present.
Calling it a religious town or a monument city would mean limiting its beauty and restricting it magnificence. This town reminds you that no matter how forward technology has brought us, some things are best experienced on foot. The city will transport you to a beautiful, ancient time and give you a great sense of peace and awe
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A historical hotspot. A major commercial hub of Bengal.
Suitable for historical enthusiasts and students. Also a good weekend getaway for tourists from Bardhaman, Kolkata, Kharagpur etc.
Murshidabad is well connected to the rest of India by rail & road. Regular rail, as well as bus services, ply to and fro Murshidabad junction, well connected by several passenger and express tr... (Read More)
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