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I found a taxi driver in Malda whose English was limited but he knew Gaur and I paid him 800Rs to visit the site- it tooks me about 2 hours including transport to and from Malda. I believe you could go 5 ½ kilometers south...More
The ruins at Gaur have been really well excavated and theres 4 or 5 sites within a stone's throw of each other including the Qadam Mosque, the Firoz Minar tomb, Gumti gate and the old fort. Fascinating bit of history from the middle ages and...More
We visited this site (which the ASI calls Gour) off the Assam Bengal Navigation ship and it was the highlight of our week on the river Hooghly. The remains of what was the capital city include huge gates set in the former city wall, a...More
Ruins of Gaur near Malda is great exhibition of historic architecture. There are so many structures and still excavations are going on for new discoveries. It suggests the rich historic background of the area. There lies mosques, gates, victory pillars and what not spread over...More
24° 52′ 0″ N, 88° 8′ 0″ E The mighty architecture has faded to ruins, but still do have a special aura. Gaur starts in A.D. 1198. Gaur, or Gour, the old name was Lakhnauti, was known as well as Gauda. Most ruins are pretty...More