Wednesday, 9 November 2016

Murshidabad West Bengal

On the eastern banks of Bhagirathi (a tributary of Ganga), falsehoods the area of Murshidabad. It has a long verifiable importance being the capital amid Mughal run, much like Bengal was the authoritative capital amid the British Raj later. The bunch tones of the past are reflected in the very quintessence of

Murshidabad.Acclaimed for its silk materials, the Murshidabad silk saris produced using ivory and sholapith are light, energetic and an unquestionable requirement purchase. The yearly celebration, Bera Utsav, celebrated on the last Thursday of the Bengali month of Bhadra (mid-September), is led on the banks of the Bhagirathi waterway close to the royal residences of the Nawabs. The town is named after Nawab Murshid Quli Khan, the Dewan of Bengal, Odisha and Bihar, who in 1704 exchanged his organization from Dhaka to Maksudabad and renamed the city after himself.

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