Rohanpur Octagonal Tomb

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Rohanpur Octagonal Tomb
রহনপুর অষ্টভুজী সমাধিসৌধ
Rohanpur Octagonal Tomb 04.jpg
Rohanpur Octagonal Tomb (Front View)
Alternative namesRohanpur Gombuj
General information
Architectural styleMuslim Architecture
LocationGombuj Para
AddressRohanpur, Gomostapur
Town or cityRajshahi
Coordinates24°49′30″N 88°20′05″E / 24.824990°N 88.334647°E / 24.824990; 88.334647
OwnerBangladesh Archaeological Department
Technical details
MaterialBrick, Mud
Known forFirst Octagonal Building in Bengali Muslim Architectural History[1]

Rohanpur Octagonal Tomb is located in the village of Naoda, which is far from about three kilometres to the northeast of the Rohanpur Railway station, in the Nawabganj district.[2] In this Rohanpur-Nauda area this building is the only extant monument. The adjoining villages of Pirpur, Bhagalpur, Prasadpur and Qasba, stayed close to the junction of the Mahananda and the Punarbhava have contained evidence of archaeological remains with a good number of mounds and ponds along with numerous brick-bats and potsherds.[3][2]


  1. ^ Chattergee, Rajanikanto (January 1999). "Naoda". History of Gour (PDF). Calcutta: Dev Publishing. Retrieved 2016-09-18.
  2. ^ a b Bari, MA (2012). "Rohanpur Octagonal Tomb". In Islam, Sirajul; Jamal, Ahmed A. (eds.). Banglapedia: National Encyclopedia of Bangladesh (Second ed.). Asiatic Society of Bangladesh.
  3. ^ "Historical Place". ChapaiPortal.