Dakhil Darwaja

Category Historic

It is an impressive gateway built in 1425 and is an important Muslim monument. Made of small red bricks and terracotta work, this dominating structure is more than 21 meters high and 34.5 meters wide. Its four corners are topped with five-story high towers. Once the main gateway to a fort, it opens through the embankments surrounding it. In the southeast corner of the fort, a 20 meters high wall encloses the ruins of an old palace. In the past, cannons used to be fired from here. Hence the gate also came to be known as the Salaami Darwaza.

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How to Reach:

By Air

Malda Airport is under construction. The two nearest airports are the Bagdogra Airport located 224 km away and the Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport 316 km away from Malda City.

By Train

The Malda Town Railway Station (MLDT) has a very good rail connection to major parts of the country. 328 km away from Sealdah Railway Station (SDAH) and 234 km away from New Jalpaiguri Railway Junction.

By Road

The area has excellent-condition roads built around it.