Seafront; A small village surrounded by greenery. The village of Shyamal Mother has been standing on the banks of the Kopotaksh for a long time. The birthplace of Michael Madhusudan Dutt, the father of Bengali sonnets. If you want to go somewhere that has a combination of beauty, literature and history; Then Sagardari village will be at the top of the list. The village belongs to Keshabpur police station of Jessore district. Rajnarayan Dutt, the father of the great poet Michael Madhusudan Dutt, was a zamindar at that time. The zamindar’s house, which is spread over a large area, is still going through its ordeal. Michael Madhusudan Dutt spent his childhood in this house located in Sagardari. The famous Kopotaksh river flows along the east side of the house, whose mind cannot be captivated by its captivating beauty. In the black water of this river when the soft light of the afternoon sun falls; Then your eyes will be mesmerized by that scene.
If you visit here you will see an ancient mosque located at the beginning of the village. The zamindar’s house including Padmapukur will fall as soon as you cross the road from there. Now an archeological museum has been built around the whole house. Here you will find letters written by the poet himself, letters sent to various meritorious persons including Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar and useful items of the zamindars of that time. Which proves how prosperous they were then. There is a fort temple right in the middle of the house. Durga was worshiped with great pomp every year. Kacharighar is located next to the huge Padmapukur. Rajnarayan Dutt, the father of Michael Madhusudan Dutt, managed the zamindari here. This house was later converted into a library. The library has several books written by the great poet Michael Madhusudan Dutt.