Gokul Medh, Gokul, Bogra
Gokul Medh is locally known as Behula Lakkhindar Basor Ghar. Excavation was conducted in the site in 1934-36. It revealed ruins of a 42 feet high platform consisted of 172 blind cells. On the flat of top of this platform a Buddhist religious establishment ( Stupa / Mandir) was built in the first constructional period ( C.6th-7th Century A.D) another temple was built on the ruins of the former. Subsequently, the floor of the temple was raised for some unknown reason. Ho-Wever, a human skeleton, a masonry hole (10 Feet), a fragmentary stone, a golden leaf inscribed with a bull were also come out from the above mentioned hole from the excavated evidences the building appears to have been discovered with ornamentals, bricks, containing geometrical designs and floral.
gokul Medh (Lakshindar Behular Basar Ghar) 12 K.M far from Bogra Sathmatha and can directly go by CNG. It is 3 K.M far from Mohastangahr and 9 K.M far from Vashu Bihar.