Murshidabad is a well-known city situated in West Bengal. During the reign of the Mughals, this city has served as the capital of West Bengal. After the arrival of the British in India, Murshidabad became an important city as the official referendums were signed in Murshidabad. Till date, there are alluring buildings and offices that were constructed during the reign of British.
Elevated at a height of 30 feet, Murshidabad covers an entire area of 2,143 sq. meters. It is divided into 2 apt proportions by the River Bhagirathi. The climate of Murshidabad is tropical wet in nature. The city faces normal summers with a median temperature of 34°C. During the winters, the mercury level drops down at 12°C on an average. The monsoon season is accompanied by the thunderstorms and heavy rainfall.
Over the years, Murshidabad has been promoted as a tourist destination in West Bengal. It houses splendid buildings like The Hazarduari Palace, Nizamat Imambara, Katra Mosque etc. that reflect the amazing craftsmanship of the foregone times.