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There is a pilgrimage place of Hindu community in Medda of Kalbhairav Sadar. There is a Kalbhairav idol inside a temple here. It is a large Shiva idol. It is known that about two hundred years ago, a potter named Durgacharan Acharya dreamed of making this statue. The place of this temple was donated by Nur Mohammad, the famous zamindar of Sarail. The statue was later demolished by the Pak army during the War of Independence and later rebuilt.
The ancient brick bridge on the side of Dhaka-Sylhet highway near Bariura Bazar of Sarail Police Station is known as Elephant Pool. This bridge was built in the sixteenth century. It is said that the zamindars used to cross the bridge on elephants, hence the name Hatirpool. Another rumor about its naming is that the zamindars used to rest the elephants near the pool while walking on this road.
The tomb of Hazrat Syed Ahmed at Kharampur of Akhaura Police Station is known as Kella Shaheed Mazar. The locals also call it Kharampur Mazar. It is said that Syed Ahmed was one of the 360 disciples who came to Sylhet with Hazrat Shahjalal (ra). Syed Ahmed was martyred in the battle fought by Hazrat Shahjalals general Nasiruddin with King Achak Narayan of Taraf kingdom. He was buried here when his severed head floated in the river Titus.
A tributary of the Meghna. If you go to Akhaura, Ashuganj or Nasirnagar, you can see Titus. The total length of the river is 96 km. The river flows through the western part of Agartala, India and enters Bangladesh through Akhaura.
Haripur village in Nasirnagar upazila of the district is a picturesque zamindar house on the banks of the river Titas. The huge two-storey zamindar house has about one hundred rooms. There is a large dance hall on the second floor. The temple had a few rooms inside the house. But all of these are now on the verge of destruction. About forty families have occupied the house and are living there. Open courtyard in front of the house. Along the main entrance, at the bottom of the Titus, there is a paved ghat. The steep paved wall along the Titus Arrow speaks of the houses once-tight security. No accurate information is available about the construction history of this house in Haripur.
However, the nameplate of the north of the two monasteries on the north-south side of the house shows that the zamindar of this house Krishnaprasad Roy Chowdhury built this monastery in 12 Chaitra in Bengal in 1343. About five kilometers west of Madhabpur Bazar in Habiganj on the Dhaka-Sylhet highway, you can find this house on the banks of the Titas.
An ancient one-domed mosque in the village of Ulchapara, southwest of the town of Brahmanbaria. 53 feet long and 22 feet wide. The walls of this mosque are four feet thick. The interior of the mosque is rich in exquisite craftsmanship. Although there was an Persian inscription inside the mosque, it could not be deciphered.
The ancient Shiva temple in Natghar village of Nabinagar police station is known as Natghar temple. The Shiva temple found here while digging a pond in the village about three hundred years ago was established here through idols. The idol is made of black stone and is about five feet high. Every year a three-day fair is held here on Shiva Chaturdi.
Vidyakut Satidah Temple
An ancient temple located at Bidyakut village in Nabinagar upazila. The famous Hindu dewan of Vidyakut is said to have established this temple. Satidah was once performed in this temple. When the practice of satidah was banned in 1829, satidah was also stopped in this temple. The name of the woman who was last cremated here in 1835 was inscribed on a white stone plaque inside the temple. But the plaque was destroyed during the war of independence.
The plow beel is located in a wide area of Nasirnagar upazila of the district. Titus has passed by this bill. In the rainy season, Titus and this bill become one and the same. The plow beel begins just south of Barbari along the Titus River.