Day One: Drive in the morning to Puthia to visit a Jamindar Palace and few Hindu Temples. Drive further to Rajshahi. Visit Silk manufacturing units and have a stroll by the river Padma in the afternoon. Overnight at Rajshahi
Day Two: Drive to Chapai Nawabganj in the morning to visit Choto Sona Mosque, Darashbari Mosque & Madrassa that were once part of Gaud Empire. Drive back to Rajshahi by noon. Visit Varendra Research Museum in the afternoon. Overnight at Rajhahi
Day Three: Morning drive to Bogra. Visit Mahasthangarh, the ancient most city of Bangladesh. Drive to Paharpur to visit Somapura MahaVihara in the afternoon. Drive back to Bogra in the evening. Overnight at Bogra
Day Four: Drive to Dinajpur in the morning to visit the most ornamental Hindu Temple of Bangladesh at Kantanagar. Drive to Rangpur after the visit. Visit the Tajhat Jamindar Palace beside Rangpur town in the afternoon. Overnight at Rangpur
Day Five: Drive back to Dhaka. Tour ends
Varendra Research Museum
Latest findings indicate a total of 18 building levels and that the city was inhabited as early as 6th Century BC. Dwellers of the city were mainly traders, who traded to and from faraway countries. Allegedly the city was derelict after a great fire in the 15th Century, and had gone underground in few centuries. Govinda Bhita, Laksmindar Medh, Bhasu Vihar, Vihar Dhap, Mangalkot and Godaibadi Dhap are excavated sites located outside the city but within its vicinity. The site has an adjacent museum that houses findings of the city.
Excavation unearthed a Buddhist monastery that was built during the period from 780 AD to 830 AD by Dharma Pala, the second king of Pala Dynasty. The site comprises of a nearly rectangular surrounding wall with minor structures like refectory hall, kitchen, well, small Stupas etc, and a central Stupa. The stupa has a cruciform foundation for a hollow chamber supported by four identical wings in four directions. The site has an adjacent museum that houses findings in the surrounding.
Tajhat jamindar Palace