It is stands parallel to the north face of the Hazarduari Palace. Built in 1847 AD by Nawab Nazim Mansoor Ali Khan Feradun Jah, it is the largest Imambara in Bengal and is perhaps the largest in India. Around the palace are other attractions such as the Wasef Manzil by the bank of the Ganga, Tripolia Gate, the Dakshin Darwaza, the Chak Darwaza, the Gharighar, the Bachchawali Tope (a cannon) and the Madina, the only surviving structure built by Siraj-ud-Doula.
How to Reach:
By Air: The closest airport to Imambara, Murshidabad is Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport, Kolkata.
By Train: The closest junction to Imambara, Murshidabad is Murshidabad Railway Station.
By Road: Imambara, Murshidabad is well-connected to all nearby foremost places within the state or to its neighbouring states via road network like Kolkata, Burdwan, Rampurhat, Suri, Bolpur, Malda, Krishnagar and Durgapur. West Bengal State Road Transport Corporation (WBSRTC) and some private travel services connects Imambara , Murshidabad with various parts of the state of West Bengal, and cities of nearby states.