Nimak Haram Deori
Nimak Haram Deori
3.5

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RBan26
Bengaluru, India658 contributions
Dec 2015 • Family
There are 4 hidden rooms in this entry porch. In the top left of which Siraj was murdered by Miran's folks and the body was cut into 7 pieces with his own sword. This entry opens to Mir Zafar's palace inside however there is no palace today. Only a mosque is there which is closed for public. Tourists can only take a stopover to take a few snaps from outside the entry porch.
Written December 19, 2015
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Abhisek D
Howrah, India28 contributions
Jan 2015 • Couples
We visited Murshidabad a couple of weeks back, but found most of the tombs, historical structures are in bad state. Urgent action is needed to protect them. Otherwise a very important chapter of History will be lost in the darkness and ruins.

*Please note, presently entry is restricted inside this premises*
Written January 6, 2015
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Anirban D
Kolkata (Calcutta), India797 contributions
Dec 2014 • Family
It is a place where last independent Nawab of Bengal, Shiraz was assassinated by the instructions of Miran, the son of Mir Zafar and done by Muhammadi Beg. On the road you can see the gates which is termed as Nimak Haram Deori nothing else.
Written June 24, 2015
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rajarshi2016
Kolkata (Calcutta), India175 contributions
Aug 2017 • Family
As the story goes, Siraj was assassinated here by Miran and Mohd-i-Beg. I cannot vouch for the authenticity of the same, but nonetheless, the place does make you ponder of the past glories of what was once the official palace of Mir Jafar. Only the entrance arches stand now, but definitely worth a visit.
Written August 16, 2017
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mukherjeeshyam12
Murshidabad, India10 contributions
Jan 2017 • Couples
Not recommended for visitors it is closed for tourists and controlled by private peoples. And poorly maintained
Written January 6, 2017
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Debapriya p
Kolkata (Calcutta), India304 contributions
Aug 2016 • Friends
It is the house of mirzafar,but it is not well maintained,there are broken in many places,our government must take immediate attention for it.
But its a good place fir history lover.
Written December 9, 2016
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Prabir G
Kolkata (Calcutta), India2,739 contributions
Jan 2024 • Friends
      This is located in Lalbag area of Murshidabad.  This was the official residence of Nawab Mirzafar, ill famous for his betrayal at Battle of Plassey in 1757 and responsible for the fall of Nawab Siraz Ud Daulla. Siraz was imprisoned in this residence and was brutally murdered by Mohammad e Beg at the order of Miron.  History marked Mirzafar as traitor  'Namakharam' and the gate of the residence is known as Namakharam Deorhi or  Gateway of Treachery. Thos is a private property and   Mirzafar's descendants still live here. Hence outsiders are not allowed entry inside.
    We visited ghis during our Murshidabad visit. Only the gate can be seen from outside. The Red brick built gate is in somewhat depleted condition. Lack of maintenance shows everywhere. Such an important place in the history of India and Bengal but very much neglected.
Written February 1, 2024
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Jharna S
Mumbai, India425 contributions
Nov 2018 • Friends
Mir Jafar was the traitor who betrayed the Nawab along with his cronies .Nimak haram means the Betrayer and the palace gateway is therefore rightly called the gateway of the traitor.It is just an ordinary gateway which desperately needs to be repaired.
Written January 31, 2019
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SHILADITYA CHAUDHURI
Kolkata (Calcutta), India52 contributions
Dec 2018 • Family
Gateway to the traitor Mir Zafars Palace rightfully called Namak Haram Ki Deori.This traitor was responsible for the defeat of Nawab Siraj Ud Daula and for the begining of the British Rule of India through treachery and bribery.
Written January 16, 2019
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stantp1916
Farakka, India1,247 contributions
Dec 2018 • Family
I missed this one last year, although there is nothing to miss really. I remember to pass by this one on my way to nasipur palace. This time I was told that this is all that remains of the palace which belonged to Mir Zafar. There is a mosque inside but it seemed to be occupied by some people and we weren’t allowed to go in there. So basically nothing to see here actually. May as well let it go like we did last time.
Written January 11, 2019
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