Many visitors throng to Bangladesh are in search of some sort of spiritual enlightenment. It can be said that Mainimati Ruins are one of the main seats of the Buddhist faith in Bangladesh. The Mainimati Ruins are a medley of more than fifty sprinkled Buddhist sites that enjoy special implication as a center of Buddhist culture. Many of the remains date back to between the 7th and 12th centuries. Most of the edifices that have been excavated were fully built in hand-made baked bricks – something which must have taken much time and perseverance and which has definitely lasted longer than other, less important structures that were generally built at the time. The three most significant of the diverse religious ruins are Salban Vihara, Kotila Mura and Charpatra Mura.