Mainimati Ruins

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The Mainimati Ruins are the remains of an important center of Buddhist culture that existed there between the 7th and 12th centuries. The excavated buildings are made entirely of baked bricks. There are over 50 Buddhist sites, scattered all over the area, the most important of which are Salban Vihara, Kotila Mura and Charpatra Mura.

Remember that some of the ruins lie within a military cantonment and can only be visited after obtaining permission from military officers. The Mainimati Ruins are 90 km southeast of Dhaka.



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