It is long and square boulder which is not usually available in nature. It is believed that Parsuram collected it and used it for slaughtering. Hindu women bathing with this stone milk and vermilion. Some people still worship this stone with milk and vermilion. It is an archaeological site in Bangladesh. And it is a mound located in Mahasthangarh in Bogra, Bangladesh. The name of this mound.
This rectangular Buddhist temple was a purnabhiwakhi. Its floor was paved with stones. The upper wall on the paved foundation was made of bricks which was made in clay. It is estimated that the doorposts were made from the upper part of the door and the ornamental part of the door. There is a hole in the granite boulder with two holes in the door. Besides, the design of Fokara and the budding flowers is on top. All the people here poured their milk on this nook and nudge, and they are still present.
The ruins of this Vetar are known in the early eighteenth century AD during the rule of Pala. In 1970, there was a temple excavated in this mound or small hill and some small archaeological sites along with it.
A large threshold of granite stone is found on the surface of this mound and from that the local people keep such a strange name in the mound. Three Buddhist statues were found in the same row in the same row of engraved stone fragments found in excavation. Which is now preserved in Varendra Research Museum. The remains of the structures of the site are still buried under the ground. Only the huge threshold is seen here.