GOKUL MEDH (Behula Lakshindarer Basar Ghar) Bogra, Bangladesh. Excavation was conducted in the site in 1934-36, it revealed ruins of A 42 feet high platform consisted of 172 blind cells. on the flat of top of this platform a Buddhist religions establishment (stupa / Mandir) was built in the first constructional period (C.6th-7th CEN. AD) another temple was built on the ruins of the former. subsequently, the floor of the temple was raised for some unknown reason. how ever, a human skeleton a masonry hole (10 feet) a fragmentary stone, a golden leaf inscribed with a bull etc. where also come out from the above mentioned hole, from the excavated evidences the building appears to have been decorated with ornamental bricks, containing floral and geometrical designs.
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