One of the main historical monuments of ancient architecture of Pabna is “Joor Bengali temple” district. About 300 years old temple is 16 cubits long, 14 cubits wide, three cubits height and the barrier of the wall is 2 cubits. There is no roof in the temple. The two ends of the stall temple join together at high. The walls are very spacious, but all rooms are very small. The temple has been named “Joor bungalow” after the stall bungalow. There are a lot of small red terracotta brick upon brick temple is carved statues of gods and goddesses.
There were considerable losses of the temple in the earthquake of 1897. Although, there was no installed inscription with the temple, According to the local this temple was established by Tahshilder of Murshidabad Nawab in the middle of 18th century.
Tourist who comes from different parts of the capital Dhaka and even outside the country to Pabna, they come to visit the Jor Bangla Temple. The temple is located at kalacamdapara which two kilometers north-south side in the municipal area. Due to the Temple, the area was named as “Jor Bangla Temple”.
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