Luko Churi Gate
The Lakhchhipi Darwaza or Lukochuri Gate is located to the southeast of the Kadam Rasool Mosque. Shah Shuja is said to have built it in 1655 in the Mughal architectural style. The name originated from the royal game of hide-and-seek that the Sultan used to lay with his begums. According to another school of historians, it was built by Allauddin Hussein Shah in 1522. Situated on the eastern side of the royal palace, this double-storeyed Darwaza functionally acted as the main gateway to the palace. The innovative architectural style makes it an interesting place to visit.
How to Reach:
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.
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.
The area has excellent-condition roads built around it.