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This is a private property owned by the Gargs. It arena is vast and opulent and hardly you can cover the entire area in a day. The main building is pretty well preserved with some treasures on display. However some of the older quarters are...More
There are so many history with Rajbari a must see for our next generation...very well maintained...only need some short write up and could have some momentum which will help every tourist to keep their memories long lasting..since photography is prohibited inside Raj bari, this small...More
Mahishadal Royal palaces ( West Bengal, near Haldia) both old and new are worth visiting by the history and heritage lovers. The royal family came from outside Bengal and had a powerful existence. they fought with Maratha Bargis. And brought Portuguese soldiers from Goa to...More
While the artifacts in the Rajbari is well maintained and preserved and the outside view is extremely picturesque, particularly during sunset, there are couple of points which seems negative, at least to me - a) The tickets are priced, but need to be purchased only...More
the entry free here is rupees 10, the place is not maintained at all. though the antique things are inside the house and you will get a little bit of historic feeling. its was an ok visit nothing very good nor worst.
I'm a Japanese living in Delhi.
Probably this is not for everybody.
But, I enjoyed it.
The are is huge allowing me think of a big ancient fort.
Old fort, old gate, old temple are somehow stay there showing weakened face and body.
Long time i stay at this place when my family stay there for papa's job. so i am usual with this place from childhood. We visit that place every Sunday for spending our time with some food and playing equipment. really this place is nice...More