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The monastery is located one and a half kilometers south-west of Chandra Bazar in Faridganj upazila of the district on the banks of Dakatiya river. Loh and Gohar, two influential zamindars of the region, built the monastery. The village was later renamed Lohagarh after these two brothers. There are rumors of the location of the zamindar house on the banks of the river Dakatiya. They built the high monastery as a guide. And placed a gold bar at the top of the monastery to mark their financial prestige. Later, due to a storm, the gold bar fell into the Dakatiya river. Zamindar Loh and some ruins of Gohars house can still be seen near Lohagarh Math.
The mosque is located on the Hajiganj-Comilla highway in Hajiganj upazila of the district. At the beginning of the Bengali eleventh century, an old man named Makim Uddin came to Hajiganj from Arabia to spread Islam. Later, his descendant Haji Moniruddin alias Manai Gazis great-grandson Ahmad Ali Patwari established the mosque by dedicating a place for it. The main attraction of this mosque is its 18 feet high minaret.
There is another ancient mosque just south of the Shahsuja Mosque. The mosque is 15.24 meters long and 8.23 meters wide. It has three entrances on the east wall and one on the north and south walls. There are four more small domes around the main one above the mosque. It is known from the Persian inscription above the main entrance of the mosque that it was built by a man named Abdullah in 1792 during the reign of Emperor Aurangzeb.
Naora Math is an archeological site located at Panchagram in Shahrashti upazila of the district. About two hundred years ago, a zamindar named Shailnath Majumdar built this monastery about 150 feet high on the tomb of his late mother.
In keeping with the Arab countries, Eid-ul-Fitr and Eid-ul-Azha are celebrated one day before every year in 40 villages of Chandpur. Maulana Ishaq Khan of Barakul village in Hajiganj upazila of Chandpur district took the initiative to celebrate Eid in 1926 in keeping with the Arab countries. From then on, the practice of celebrating all religious ceremonies, including Eid, one day before, in keeping with the Arab world, began. Apart from Sadra village of Hajiganj upazila, Eid is celebrated in advance in about forty surrounding villages.
Another place of interest in Hajiganj is Banakhal Zamindarbari. It is said that Zamindar Jogendra Narayan Chowdhury, the father of Zamindar Surendra Narayan Chowdhury and Devendra Narayan Chowdhury, built the house on a 12.52 acre land more than a hundred years ago. The house is currently in a dilapidated condition due to lack of repairs.
Surma Math is located in Tultali village of Manoharpur in Kachua upazila. The height of this octagonal monastery is about 100 feet. Built of brick and limestone, the monument has a round room. There is only one entrance on the south side of the room. The monastery was built about 200 years ago by a rich man named Jatramani Majumdar of Tulatali village.