The city Comilla is located in the South-Eastern part of Bangladesh, about 97 km from Dhaka (Capital of Bangladesh) and situated along with the Dhaka-Chittagong Highway. The region was once under the ancient Samatat and joined with Tripura State (India). In 1970 the disrtrict was established as Tripura district.
Comilla Jagannath Temple, also known as Sateroratna Mandir or seventeen-jewel temple, is located in Comilla, Bangladesh. It is dedicated to the Hindu God Jagannath. It dates back to the 16th century, and was built by Sree Sreejoktou Moharaja Rada Kishor Manikuo Bahadur, who was the king of Tripura.
Rupban Mura is a Buddhist temple complex of an 8th century. It is 200 meter apart from the Comilla BARD and south part of Kali Bazar market near Kotbari. It is a significant archaeological site in Bangladesh. This Bihar was built by the king Balbhatta. The first excavations of this site started at the time of the Second World War.
<p><b>Shalban vihara</b> in Mainamati, <a href="/pages/w/138209766209172">Comilla</a>, <a href="/pages/w/109002992458319">Bangladesh</a> is one of the best known <a href="/pages/w/114761101868288">Buddhist</a> <a href="/pages/w/107512035945453">vihara</a>s in the <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indian_Subcontinent" class="wikipedia">Indian Subcontinent</a> and is one of the most important archaeological sites in the country.