Bardhaman is a city in West Bengal state in eastern India. It is the central station of Purba Bardhaman locale, having turned into an area capital amid the time of British run the show. Burdwan, an elective name for the city, has stayed being used since that period.
The historical backdrop of Burdwan is known from around 5000 BC (the Mesolithic or Late Stone Age). The inception of this name goes back to the sixth century BCE and is credited to Vardhaman Swami or Mahavira (599-527 BCE), the 24th Tirthankara of Jainism, who invested some energy in Astikagrama, as per the Jain sacred text of Kalpasutra.
108 Shiva Mandir, Bardhaman:
The dowager of Maharaj Tilakchand, Bishnu Kumari, requested the working of the 108 Shiva sanctuaries in the wake of getting wonderful guidelines in her fantasy in 1789. The sanctuaries are situated in Nawabhat which was once acclaimed for the clashes of the Pathans and Mughals.
The Town Hall was constructed at some point in the vicinity of 1890 and 1894 and was given to the Municipality of Bardhaman to enable them to save the remainders of Lala Bansogopal Nandey. The district board reestablished the corridor in 1990 to its present type of 2400 square feet from its prior type of 704 square feet with a seating limit of 485 seats.
The city of Bardhaman is situated on the banks of River Damodar. This stream begins from Sonajuria Falls of Bijonsa Hill situated in the Palampur District of Bihar. The waterway joins Barakar at Disergarh and after that courses through the Bardhaman District. It keeps on coursing through Hooghly District and Howrah District before joining Bhagirathi (Ganges in Murshidabad).
Deer Park is another imperative bit of fascination of the city and it houses winged creatures, a significant number of deer and two tigers in the asylum. The grave of Bijoy Chand Mahatab, ‘Bijoybahar’ is arranged toward the finish of the save timberland.
Devi Sarbamangla Temple:
Devi Sarbamangla Temple was fabricated at some point amid the finish of the eighteenth century and it has an exceptional engineering comprising of three layers. The second layer of the sanctuary has four chariots, though, the third layer has five chariots.
Christ Church is a block structure and is a decent case of European design. It was worked by the Church Missionary Society. An East India Company officer, Captain Charles Stuart acquired an allow of Rs.12.50 per annum from the King for the upkeep of the congregation.
Tomb of Sher Afgan:
The tombs of the then ‘Durgadhipati’ of Bardhaman, Sher Afghan and Kutubuddin, drain sibling of Jahangeer is situated close to the Pir-Baharam. Kutubuddin was sent to battle Sher Afghan by Jahangeer after he turned into the leader of Delhi.
Science Center of Burdwan:
The Science Center of Burdwan gives a great deal of data on science. The round of moving inflatables, balls, the enchantment of science, the mystery behind flying articles and others are shown here.
The Sanskriti Lokomancha remains on a territory of more than 1 section of land of land and the assembly room comprises of 1400 seats. It was initiated in 1993 and exhibits movies of Bardhaman Chalachitra Charcha Kendra.