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For other places with the same name, see Pandua (disambiguation).

Pandua, also spelt Pundooah, is a town in the Hooghly district of West Bengal, India.

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  • 1 Pundooah railway station. Pundooah railway station (Q59913962) on Wikidata Pundooah railway station on Wikipedia

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Map of Pandua (Hooghly)


  • 1 Minar of Pandua. It is said that Shah Sufiuddin defeated the Hindu king of the Pandua and Mahanad area and built the 125 ft (38 m) tall Minar of Pandua. Minar of Pandua (Q56173137) on Wikidata
  • 2 Mosque of Pandua (Bari Masjid). A mosque built by Shamsuddin Yusuf Shah in 1477 to replace the Shrinkhala Devi temple he destroyed. The area is considered one of the 51 shakti pithas. Mosque of Pandua (Q56173168) on Wikidata







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