Terracotta plaque on Kantanagar Temple. It is an eighteenth century brick temple, situated in the peaceful island hamlet of Kantanagar (Kantanagar), about 12 miles north of Dinajpur town, and about a mile west of Dinajpur-Tetulia highway across the Dhepa river. It was built by Maharaja Pran Nath. Its construction started in 1722 A.D.and ended in 1752 A.D. during the reign of his son Maharaja Ramnath. It boasts one of the greatest examples on Terracotta architecture in Bangladesh and once had nine spires, but all were destroyed in an earthquake in 1897. Dinajpur, Bangladesh.
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