Nanda Dirghi Vihara Museum

With West Bengal Heritage Commission

Construction of new museum building and conservation work for the Buddhist Vihara under way
Viewing terraces on the first and second floors
Detailed drawing of the museum building front elevation
Detailed drawing of the museum building front elevation
Vernacular typology of Jagjivanpur area

Upper corner left – copper plate inscription about Nanda Dirghi Vihara discovered by a local farmer while tilling his land in 1987, along with other artefacts, terracotta panels, and a plan of the 9th century Buddhist monastery-cum-fortress

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