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Actually a granary of historical importance and Built in the Stupa architecture, is one of the main attractions of Patna. The top of the Golghar presents a wonderful panoramic view of the city and the river Ganges.
This place is made by British engineers to store grains, that is collected from the farmers as a tax. In the form of dome shape and two stairs goes to top and an inlet is there on top to throw grains inside.
As it is in the hub of Patna but not maintain proper to be the tourist place to be the proud of Patna.Tourist don't attract because of the lack of government policy . So sad to say but after some years it can't be stay...More
Historical place. Earlier used to store grains. The building has huge pillar less dome where grains were stored. The architecture of the building keeps it at least 10 degree Celsius cooler than outside temperature. When I entered the dome I felt it is air-conditioned. Every...More
This is an eighteenth century structure that was built as a store house to store primarily grains. Today it serves as a great view point and reminiscent of British Period architecture. Stairs lead to the top of the structure from where great views of Patna...More