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SHERPUR thana BOGRA.

Sherpur Upazila:

Sherpur of Bogra is known as the “Delhi of North Bengal”. The ancient relics of Sherpur is almost on the verge of being lost. Buddhist and Hindu days are almost erased. The memory of the Muslim rule is almost on its wayout. One of the famous memorial of the Muslim rule is the famous Kherua Masjid. Ancient Tola and Bibi Masjid are almost in ruins. Revolutionary Shahid Shah Turkhan’s memorial grave (mausoleum) was built here. In the year 1538, Pathan Sher Shah defeated Mughal emperor Humyun and snatched the throne of Delhi. Bengal was a province under Delhi at that time. For the convenience of administration Bengal was divided into 24 Shik, Sherpur being one. Shikdar was the administrator over a Shik. Sherpur took the name from Sher Shah. Between 1538 and 1556, Sherpur had impressive development. A fort and several buildings were built. During Shahjahan, his son Shuja was the ruler of Bengal, he built a palace for himself. Prominent generals like Anwar Khan and Masum Khan ruled Bogra, Pabna from Sherpur Shik. They were generals of emperor Sher Shah. In 1556, after the fall of Sher Shahi rule, Sherpur went under the Mughals. It was the time of the warfare between the Mughals and the Pathans and the Baro Bhuyans. To combat the revolts of the Pathans and the Baro Bhuyans, successively Mumin Khan, Shahbaj Khan and Man Singh were sent to this region. The following are places of historic importance in Sherpur. 1. The Kherua Masjid with three domes and four minarets was built in the year 1582. The inscription discovered at the Masjid reveals its history which remains till today where it was originally placed. 2. Bibi Mosque (1628 AD) 3. Khondkar Tola Masjid (1632 AD) was built during the rule of Sher Shah. 4. Shahid Shah Turkhan’s memorial grave (mausoleum) 5. Sherpur Murcha 6. Killa Kushi 7. Bhobanipur, situated five miles south of Sherpur Upazila, is an ancient township and a historic site. There is an old Hindu temple originally built by Mir Jumla and later rebuilt by Rani Bhobani.
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Sherpur is a very beautiful Thana of Bogra District. Everyone loves his/her native villages. You also love your motherland very much. If Sherpur is your upazilla you may post your village name on comments and express your emotions about your thana and village. We wish your thana Sherpur will be best upazilla in Bangladesh. You may also post the remarkable area of your village so that we can list your area as tourist places of bangladesh and we will take some nice pictures of that places. We will also make a list of all rivers of Sherpur. So please post your favourite rivers in Sherpur . If you have any social group or community you may mention here. We will communicate with that group and will make a free page for that group. And we will publish that page as a group of Sherpur thana. You may also post Sherpur's historical territory or places on your comments.
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