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Hidden Gem!!

Once upon a time here ruled the Pala and the Sena Kings and after them came the Koch dynasty from... read more

Reviewed 26 March 2018
JharnaS10
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Mumbai, India
History hidden in this place!!

I had the chance of getting some knowledge about the history of the great "Pal" dynasty of Bengal... read more

Reviewed 14 October 2017
abhii1009
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New Delhi, India
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25 Mar 2018
“Hidden Gem!!”
13 Oct 2017
“History hidden in this place!!”
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| Kamtapur, Cooch Behar 736145, India
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Reviewed 17 June 2018 via mobile

I went to Gosanimari Rajpat. Various stone engravings and planned complex structures like water supply systems and wells have been excavated. The place is really well laid out and a walk through Rajpat is a great way to spend an afternoon. It is great place...More

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Reviewed 5 April 2018

Gosanimari is the historical place of Coochbehar district, West Bengal. It's our bad luck that people don't know about Gosanimari. There are Kamteshwari Temple in front of Gosanimari High School, Shall Bagan, Rajpat etc. Best place for tourist.

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Reviewed 26 March 2018

Once upon a time here ruled the Pala and the Sena Kings and after them came the Koch dynasty from whom the modern name Cooch of Cooch Behar was derived.The Kamtapur ruins is what the Gosanimari Rajpat is all about.Its a wonderful area to explore...More

2  Thank JharnaS10
Reviewed 14 October 2017

I had the chance of getting some knowledge about the history of the great "Pal" dynasty of Bengal after visiting this place. Archeological department of India has recently (10 to 12 years back) discovered an entire village where they found existence of ponds, houses, wells...More

2  Thank abhii1009
Reviewed 2 February 2017

This is a historic place of Cooch Behar, The site contains ruins of ancient city of Kamtapur, the capital of Kamata kingdom, occupying a large area of ancient Kamarupa and Vanga. Presently this is just a ground of grass. Nothing much to see so don't...More

Thank TC_Barman
Reviewed 23 August 2016

about 40 Km away from the district HQ of Coochbehar, Gosanimari rajpat is the remains of the old Palace of Khem dynasty Kings of Coochbehar. Later new palaces were built in a new site where it still a good reason for attraction (due to its...More

1  Thank SagarR357
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