Malda

… industrial visit can be very amazing for students. There is numerous manufacturing units like … and many more industries there.Malda district is a district in West Bengal, India. It lies 347 km north of Kolkata, the state capital. Mango, jute and silk are the most notable products of this district.

Firoz Minar

Firoz Minar is located close to the Dakhil Darwaza. The tomb was constructed during the reign of Sultan Saifuddin Feroze Shah (1485-1489). The structure is a five-storey tower, which resembles the Qutub Minar.

Dakhil Darwaja

The gateway or the Dakhil Darwaja was constructed in 1425 AD. The structure is made with red bricks and admired with terracotta work. This gate measuring 34.5 m wide and 21 m in height was once the main gate of a fort that no longer exists. The fort has four corners, which feature five-storey towers.

Dr Graham’s Homes

Baro Shona Masjid also known as Baroduari, is located in Gour, India. Completed in 1526, it is situated half a kilometer to the south of Ramkeli, 12 km south from Malda in West Bengal. Baro Shona Masjid of Gour, its ruins can be found in Malda, West Bengal, India, very close to the India-Bangladesh border.

Adina Mosque

Adina Mosque is a 14th-century mosque located in Maldah district of West Bengal, India. It was once the largest mosque in the Indian subcontinent and was built during the Bengal Sultanate.

Lattan Mosque

Lattan Mosque, legend attributes the building of this mosque to a dancing girl of the royal court. However, historians believe it was built by Sultan Shamsuddin Yusuf Shah in 1475.

Maa Jahura Temple

Maa Jahura Temple in Malda.

Qutb-Shahi Mosque

Qutb-Shahi Mosque,which was built in 1582 by some Maqdum Sheikh.The city of Pandua was founded by the Sultan of Delhi Firoz.