•  Tahkhana Complex literally Tahkhana (Persian) means a cold building or palace. To the northwest of the main building are two other structures; the nearest one a three-domed mosque and the other, slightly further to the north, a domical tomb surrounded by a vaulted verandah. It was built by Mughal governor Shah Shuja (1639; 1660 AD). It is very likely that Shah Shuja built this small palace as a khanqah (resting, meditating and preaching place) for his patron saint Shah Niamatullah and the mosque and the tombs as its adjuncts. Chapai Nwabganj, Rajshahi, Bangladesh.

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