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I love to travel as well as painting. Travelling is what wakes my creativity up and it is also happiness itself. So I travel in lots of places. Today I want to share some experience of roaming in Mursidabad which is one of the best tourist spot for its historical places. This place is especially popular for Hazarduari palace which is located in the campus of killaNizamat in Mursidabad. And here you will see some other historical places like tomb of Azim-Un-Nisa daughter of Murshidkuli Khan, NashipurRajbari, Katgola, Katra mosque and Motijhiletc.

1-AZIM UN NISA BEGUM’S SAMADHI

The journey begins from kornosubarna. Here I just stayd and started my journey. Then I hired a Tanga(carriage) and atfirst went to the tomb of Azim-Un-Nisa who is the daughter of Mursidkuli khan. There I saw somestairs under which the tomb was situated. There is a story provided by the people of Mursidabad that The Begum had some health issue with her heart, so her doctor suggested if she could eat the heart of small children then the disease could be fixed. And it is heard that she would eat that though it is just story yet. For that her father entombed her alive and announced that people will walk in those stairs as such it seem they are walking on her chest. Apart from that this place is also very beautiful for its gardens around it.

2-NASIPUR RAJBARI

Then we left that place and again started our journey and went to NasipurRajbari, Which is thought as the miniature replica of Hazarduary. This Rajbari was created by King kirti Chandra SinghaBahadur in 1900’s. This place has a mystical beauty for Hindu iconography. Here we can see a Thakurbari which is the main attraction of this palace where The family deity,Sri Ramchandra Deb Thakur is located. And this Rajbari has another attraction of grand flight of stairs. Also every year Jhulan, celebrating the divine love of Lord Krisna and Radha is held in the palace. Also you can see many beautiful and historical sculpture andalso theTemples of Lord Hanumana,devi Kali etc.here. In this video you can see the guide’s instructions.

3-KATGOLA

Leaving the Rajbari we went to the Katgola which was once a capital of Bengal. Katgola palace, Katgola garden and kathgola temple was built by lakshmipat Singh Dugar. Here you can see a underground pathway which was used for business at that time. Jagathseth who was the richest business and money lander of mursidabad made the kathgola for business. He always impresses King NawabSirajUdDulla By showing him cantatrices dance for his business’s help. Here you will see AdinathTemple(PareshNath Temple) which is dedicated to VagwanAdisvar situated in Adihnath Temple. Here you can see the ornamented wall of the kathgola palace, a demolished part of the palace, a statue of Michelangelo in the garden, Statue of another brother who built kathgola, the lion gate and a kathgolajain temple.

4 – HAZARDUARI

Now we went the most popular place of Mursidabad which is Hazarduari palace, earlier known as Bara kothi which has thousands of real and false doors, for thieves as they can’t escape. It was built in nineteenth century by architect Duncan Macleod under the reign of NawabNazimHumayunJah at a cost of rs. 60.50 lacks (AD 1829-37). You can see the Bhagirathi River just behind the Hazrduari Palace. The grand flight of stairs attracts the tourist and also the Imambara opposite to Hazarduari. The palace has now transformed into a museum which houses the collection from the Nawabs like priceless paintings, furniture, antiques and so on. Here you can also see a clock tower outside the Hazarduari. And in the museum there is an amazing mirror where you can’t see your own face but others can. Another attraction is the south gate of the palace also known as DaksinDarwaza.

5 -KATRA MASJID

Then we went to the katra masjid which is the oldest and the most imposing Islamic architecture at Mursidabaad. According to an inscription over the doorway, it wasbuilt by NawabMursidKhuli Khan. It is basically known for the tomb of the Mursidkuli Khan and also for great Islamic learning. Here you can see two large corner towers which have loopholes in it.

You should obviously visit this place once in a life. I hope you all like this article and enjoyed the video.

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Murshidabad is a city in Murshidabad district of West Bengal state in India. The city of Murshidabad is located on the southern bank of the Bhagirathi, a tributary of the Ganges River.

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While it features extensively in history books, the large potential for heritage tourism has been somewhat neglected. Of historic interest are Nizamat Kila (the Fortress of the Nawabs), also known as the Hazaarduari Palace (Palace of a Thousand Doors), built by Duncan McLeod of the Bengal Engineers in 1837, in the Italianate style, the Moti Jhil (Pearl Lake) just to the south of the palace, the Muradbagh Palace and the Khushbagh Cemetery, where the remains of Ali Vardi Khan and Siraj Ud Daulah are interred.

Hazarduari Palace is located in the campus of Kila Nizamat of Murshidabad. It was built in the nineteenth century by architect Duncan Macleod, under the reign of Nawab Nazim Humayun Jah of Bengal, Bihar and Orissa (1824--1838). The foundation stone of the palace was laid on August 9, 1829, and that very day the construction work was started. William Cavendish was the then Governor-General. Now, Hazarduari Palace is the most conspicuous building in Murshidabad. In 1985, the palace was handed over to the Archaeological Survey of India for better preservation

The present Nizamat Imambara was built in 1847 AD by Nawab Nazim Mansoor Ali Khan Feradun Jah,who succeeded his father Nawab Nazim Humayun Jah in Murshidabad, India. It was built after the fires of 1842 and 1846 which burnt the wooden Imambara built by Nawab Siraj ud-Daulah. This Imambara is the largest one in India and Bengal.[citation needed]

The Katra Masjid (also known as Katra Mosque) is a mosque and the tomb of Nawab Murshid Quli Khan built between 1723 and 1724. It is located in the north eastern side of the city. Its importance lies not only as a great centre of Islamic learning but also for the tomb of Murshid Quli Khan, who is buried under the entrance staircase. The most striking feature is the two large corner towers having loopholes for musketry. At present it is maintained and protected by the Archaeological Survey of India and the Government of West Bengal.

Bacchawali Tope is a gun, rather cannon which lies in the Nizamat Fort Campus on the garden space between the Nizamat Imambara and the Hazarduari Palace and to the east of the old Madina Mosque. The cannon consists two pieces of different diameters. The cannon was made between the 12th and 14th century, probably by the Mohammeddan rulers of Gaur. It originally lied on the sand banks of Ichaganj. However, it is unknown that how it came in Ichaganj. It was used to protect the city of Murshidabad from north-western attacks. After the 1846 fire of the Nizamat Imambara the Imambara was rebuilt, then after the completion of the new Imambara the cannon was shifted to its present site by Sadeq Ali Khan, the architect of the sacred Nizamat Imambara under the suggestion of Sir Henry Torrens, the then agent of the Governor General at Murshidabad.
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Hazarduari Palace // হাজার দুয়ারী রাজপ্রাসাদ // mursidabad // westbengal // India

Former names
Bara Kothi
Alternative names
Nizamat Kila
General information
Architectural style
Italian-style palace built in the 19th century and Greek (Doric) style
Location
Murshidabad district
Country
India
Coordinates
24.1864°N 88.2687°E
Groundbreaking
August 9, 1829
Completed
December, 1837
Cost
₹16.50 Lacs
Owner
Archaeological Survey of India and the Government of West Bengal
Height
80 feet
Dimensions
Other dimensions
Length: 130 meters and Breadth:61 meters
Technical details
Floor count
3
Design and construction
Architect
Colonel Duncan MacLeod
Other information
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Hazarduari Palace , earlier known as the Bara Kothi,[1] is located in the campus of Kila Nizamat in Murshidabad, in the Indian state of West Bengal. It was built in the nineteenth century by architect Duncan Macleod, under the reign of Nawab Nazim Humayun Jah of Bengal, Bihar and Orissa (1824–1838).


Replica of Hazarduari
The foundation stone of the palace was laid on August 9, 1829, and that very day the construction work was started. William Cavendish was the then Governor-General. Now, Hazarduari Palace is the most conspicuous building in Murshidabad.

In 1985, the palace was handed over to the Archaeological Survey of India for better preservation.
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Before the British rule, the last capital of independent Bengal was named Murshidabad, Diwan of Bengal, Bihar and Nawab Murshid Quli Khan of Orissa. Located on the bank of the river Bhagirathi, it is a shining choto akti city and its famous for silk. In 1717 it became the capital of Bengal. Looking at history, the city grew and collapsed in the Nawabs of Bengal and shifted power to the British Empire. Akanakar attractions include Hazratuddin, Imambara, Kutra Mosque,,Nashipur Palace Rajbari
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HISTORY ABOUT THE PLACE:
Hazarduari Palace, earlier known as the Bara Kothi,[1] is located in the campus of Kila Nizamat in Murshidabad, in the Indian state of West Bengal. It was built in the nineteenth century by architect Duncan Macleod, under the reign of Nawab Nazim Humayun Jah of Bengal, Bihar, and Orissa (1824–1838).


Replica of Hazarduari
The foundation stone of the palace was laid on August 9, 1829, and that very day the construction work was started. William Cavendish was the then Governor-General. Now, Hazarduari Palace is the most conspicuous building in Murshidabad.
Kila Nizamat or Nizamat Kila (English: Nizamat Fort) was the site of the old fort of Murshidabad.[4] It was located on the present site of the Hazarduari Palace, on the banks of the Bhagirathi River. The fort was demolished to build this grand palace.

Now, Kila Nizamat refers to the campus where the palace is located along with the Nizamat Imambara, Murshidabad Clock Tower, Madina Mosque, Chawk Masjid, Bacchawali Tope, the Shia Complex, Wasif Manzil, the two Zurud Mosques - one on the east of the palace and the other one between the Wasif Manzil and the south gate of the palace - and the Nawab Bahadur's Institution (or, Nizamat College) surrounding it. Tourists call the Hazarduari Palace the Nizamat Kila or the Kila Nizamat.

KATGOLA BAGAN PALACE:
Kathgola often refers to the Kathgola Palace. Kathgola Gardens, also known as the Kathgola Temple, was built by Lakshmipat Singh Dugar.

Kathgola Gardens
It is said that black roses were cultivated here but now only mango trees can be seen here. The gardens cover 30 acres.

Adinath Temple

The temple in the Kathgola Gardens.
Adinath Temple also known as Paresh Nath Temple or Kathgola Temple is situated in the Kathgola Gardens. It is a temple dedicated to Bhagawan Adishvar. Moolnayak of this temple is 90 cm. a white colored idol of Bhagawan Adishvar padmasana posture. The idol of Bhagwan Adinatha is very ancient and considered to be around 900 years old. There are 17 other images of Jain Tirthankaras and other deities.[1] This temple was built in 1933 by Lakshmipat Singh Dugar due to inspiration from his mother. The architecture of the temple is unique of its kind.[2] A dadabari dedicated to Jain saint Jinadutta Suriji Maharaj is present near the Adinath Temple. The dadabari contains a pair of Charans of Guru Jinadutta Suriji Maharaj and was built at the same time as the main temple.

Kathgola Palace

The Kathgola Palace

Katgola Palace (Side View)
Kathgola Palace is a four-storeyed palatial palace in the Kathgola Gardens. It has an ornamented facade with valuable paintings, mirrors and priceless furniture. Beside the palace are a small pond and a baoli. Here William Watts and Walsh met Mir Jafar, three days after the Battle of Plassey in 1757 and conferred concerning payment of the amounts stipulated by them before the battle was fought.
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Hazarduari Palace , earlier known as the Bara Kothi, is located in the campus of Kila Nizamat in Murshidabad, in the Indian state of West Bengal. It was built in the nineteenth century by architect Duncan Macleod, under the reign of Nawab Nazim Humayun Jah of Bengal, Bihar and Orissa (1824–1838). The foundation stone of the palace was laid on August 9, 1829, and that very day the construction work was started. William Cavendish was the then Governor-General. Now, Hazarduari Palace is the most conspicuous building in Murshidabad. The foundation stone of the palace was laid by Nawab Nazim Humayun Jah of Bengal, Bihar and Orissa (1824–1838) on August 29, 1829, and that very day the construction work was started. The construction was completed in December 1837.
Gallery no. 1 and 2 also known as Armoury wing A and B houses the armoury. This gallery is rich in technical skills and is used to display the various weapons like knives, guns, pistols, revolvers, cannons, lances, spears, shields, bows, arrows, rifles and so on. They are inscribed with verses from the Quran. Some weapons which need special attention are the Jamadhara and a bifurcated sword known as Zulfikar. Both of them are associated with Mir Qasim. Some of the other most important artifacts are the swords of Alivardi Khan, Siraj ud-Daulah and so on. The dagger by which Muhammad i-Beg killed Siraj ud-Daulah can also be seen here. The magic mirrors are kept just outside the gallery on the landing area of the staircase which leads to the upper floors. A huge cannon known as the Dutch cannon can be seen here which was given to Alivardi Khan by the Dutch Government in 1745. It is generally known as the Mir madan Cannon. Mir Madan was a trusted lieutenant of Siraj ud-Daulah who died in the Battle of Plassey in 1757 due to the bursting of this cannon.
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Today, In our first video, let's travel with us to some of the tourist spots of historic Murshidabad.

The places you will see in this video:-
1. Hazarduari Palace
2. Tomb of Azimunnisa Begum
3. Jafarganj Cemetery
4. Nashipur Akhra
5. Nashipur Palace

মুর্শিদাবাদ আসতে হলে যে ট্রেনে আসতে পারেন/
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2) 53175 Lalgola Passenger
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3) 13117 Dhano Dhanye Express (sun,tue,thurs,fri)
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4) 13103 Bhagirathi Express
Sealdah (18:20)

5) 53181 Lalgola Passenger
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Travel time: avg 4-5 hrs

ধর্মতলা থেকে বাসেও আসতে পারেন/You can also come by bus from Esplanade/Dharmatala.


মুর্শিদাবাদে যেসব হোটেলে থাকতে পারেন/
Hotels for staying at Murshidabad:-

1. Hotel Sagnik
77 Omrahaganj, Lalbagh, Murshidabad.
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2. Hotel Indrajit
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Ph no: 03482271858

3. Manjusha
Near Hazarduary, Urdubazar, Murshidabad
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4. Sourav lodge
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Hazarduari Palace, earlier known as the Bara Kothi, is located in the campus of Kila Nizamat in Murshidabad, in the Indian state of West Bengal. It was built in the nineteenth century by architect Duncan Macleod, under the reign of Nawab Nazim Humayun Jah of Bengal, Bihar and Orissa

Murshid Quli Khan
• Murshid Quli Khan, also known as Mohammad Hadi, was the first Nawab of Bengal, serving from 1717 to 1727. Born a Hindu in the Deccan Plateau in c. 1670, Quli Khan was bought by Mughal noble Haji Shafi.

Siraj ud-Daulah
• Mirza Muhammad Siraj ud-Daulah, commonly known as Siraj ud-Daulah, was the last independent Nawab of Bengal. The end of his reign marked the start of British East India Company rule over Bengal and later almost all of the Indian subcontinent

Sarfaraz Khan
Sarfaraz Khan, born Mirza Asadullah (Bengali: সরফরাজ খান, (29 April 1740) was a Nawab of Bengal. Sarfaraz Khan's maternal grandfather, Nawab Murshid Quli Khan of Bengal (Bengal, Bihar and Orissa) nominated him as the direct heir to him as there was no direct heir. After Murshid Quli's death in 1727, Sarfaraz ascended to the Masnad (throne) of the Nawab

Alivardi Khan
Alivardi Khan was the Nawab of Bengal during 1740–1756. He toppled the Nasiri Dynasty of the Nawabs and took powers of the Nawab. He is also one of the few Mughal-era leaders known for his victory during the Battle of Burdwan against the Maratha Empire
Mir Jafar

Mir Jafar Ali Khan Bahadur was the first Najafi Nawab of Bengal with support from the British East India Company. He was the second son of Sayyid Ahmad Najafi.

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Hazarduari Palace , earlier known as the Bara Kothi, is located in the campus of Kila Nizamat in Murshidabad, in the Indian state of West Bengal. It was built in the nineteenth century by architect Duncan Macleod, under the reign of Nawab Nazim Humayun Jah of Bengal, Bihar and Orissa (1824–1838).

The foundation stone of the palace was laid on August 9, 1829, and that very day the construction work was started. William Cavendish was the then Governor-General. Now, Hazarduari Palace is the most conspicuous building in Murshidabad.

In 1985, the palace was handed over to the Archaeological Survey of India for better preservation.

Etymology

The name of the palace that is Hazarduari means a palace with a thousand doors. Hazar means thousand and Duari means the one with doors; thus, the total sums up to the one with a thousand doors.

The palace earlier known as Bara Kothi has been named so as the palace has in all 1000 doors, of which 100 are false. They were built so that if any predator tried to do something wrong and escape, he would be confused between the false and real doors, and by that time he would be caught by the Nawab's guards.


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Kathgola Bagan bari, Murshidabad, West Bengal.INDIA ,historical place of Murshidabad

History of Kathgola Baganbari ,Murshidabad,India,काठगोला बागान, मुर्शिदाबाद, भारत का इतिहास ,The Kathgola Palace (Kathgola Bagan Bari) historical place of Murshidabad West Bengal.

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Hazarduari at Murshidabad District, West Bengal, India

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Murshidabad is the nearest railway station.There is/are 5 direct train(s) from Kolkata to Murshidabad. These train(s) is/are Hazarduari Exp (13113), Bhagirathi Exp (13103), Koaa Lgl Express (13117) etc. The minimum time a train takes to reach Murshidabad from Kolkata is 3h 52m. The cheapest way to reach Murshidabad from Kolkata takes you 3h 43m, which is to take Bhagirathi Exp from Kolkata to Murshidabad. The fastest way to reach Murshidabad from Kolkata takes you 3h 43m, which is to take Bhagirathi Exp from Kolkata to Murshidabad.

List of best place to see in Murshidabad and Photos of Tourist Attractions in Murshidabad.Hazarduari Palace, Katra Masjid, Kathgola Gardens, Imambara, Yellow Mosque, Jahan Kosha Cannon, House of Jagat Seth, Murshidabad District Museum, Tomb of Azimunnisha Begum, Tomb of Seraj-Ud-Daullah, Jafarganj Cemetery, Motijheel, Nasipur Palace, Tripolia Gate, Raghunath Temple, Tomb of Sujauddin, Wasef Manzil, Khosh Bagh, Nimak Haram Deori, Footi Mosque.

1.Hotel Indrajit
Address: Lalbagh, Murshidabad, West Bengal 742149
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2.Hotel Manjusha
Address: Near Hazarduary, Urdubazar, Murshidabad, West Bengal 742149
Phone: 03482 270 321
3.Hotel Sunshine
Address: Raninagar, Radhikanagar, Berhampore, West Bengal 742102
Phone: 03482 277 322

হাজার দুয়ারী প্যালেস মিউজিয়াম’ প্রাসাদটি দেখতে আসলে আপনি বেশ কয়েকটি ঐতিহাসিক স্থান ঘুরে দেখতে পারেন। যেমন-(১) কাঠগোলা বাগান, (২)নশীপুর রাজবাটি (৩)আজিমুন্নেসা সমাধি, (৪) ইংরেজ সমাধি,(৫)ডাচ সমাধি, (৬)জগৎশেঠের বাড়ি, (৭)সিরাজের প্রাসাদ হিরাঝিল, (৮)মতিঝিল, (৯)কাটরা/চক মসজিদ, (১০)রাণীভবানী মন্দির ইত্যাদি। একটু দূরে পলাশীর প্রান্তর ও আম বাগান। মুর্শিদাবাদের বিভিন্ন স্থাপনা ঘুরে দেখতে পারেন ঐতিহ্যবাহী ‘টমটম’ (ঘোড়ার গাড়ি)-এ চড়ে।

কোলকাতা থেকে লালগোলা ট্রেনে মুর্শিদাবাদে আসা যায়।যাঁরা উত্তরবংগ থেকে ট্রেনে যাবেন তাঁদেরকে আজমিরগঞ্জ ষ্টেশনে নেমে ভাগীরতি নদী পার হয়ে টমটম অথবা ব্যাটারীচালিত অটো গাড়ীতে করে মুর্শিদাবাদ। এছাড়া বাসেও আসা যায়।বাসে আসলে বহরমপুরে নেমে ব্যাটারীচালিত অটো গাড়ীতে মুর্শিদাবাদে আসতে হবে।

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Murshidabad is a district in the state of West Bengal that is situated on the southern bank of the
River Bhagirathi. It used to be the capital of undivided Bengal during the rule of the Mughals.
The Nawabs of Bengal ruled this historical place for a long time. Many historical buildings with
ancient architecture are a part of Murshidabad’s history. Out of them, the most popular building
is the Hazar Duari Palace and others are Moti Jhill and Muradbagh Palace. Murshidabad
covers a land area of about 5,341 square km. Many agro-based industries including cotton and
silk textiles are based here.
Murshidabad has witnessed a great deal of Palace politics and treachery that led to the transfer
of its control from the last independent Nawab, Siraj-ud-Daulah to the East India Company. This
transfer was the result of a contract between the Company and the Nawabs in the year 1757
AD due to the defeat suffered by Siraj-ud-Daulah at the hands of the English troops.
The Nawab was later on murdered as a part of the conspiracy between the company and Mir
Jafar. It was after this battle, the East India Company shifted its capital to Calcutta and in the
early eighteenth century, the city got its present name and shape. The East India Company
ruled this province for many years after the battle.
Many other kings also ruled different districts here like in the capital city of Sasanka, the king of
Gouda ruled in the seventh century AD. The other Pala kings of Bengal were in this district in
parts of Mahipala. After the seventh century, Nawab Murshid Quli Khan named Murshidabad as
the capital city of Sube Bangla, which also included Bengal, Bihar and Orissa. There are several
religions practised by different races here like Buddhism, Vaishnavism, Jainism, Islam and
Christianity.
Some of the popular places in Murshidabad are Katra Masjid, which was built in 1724 AD by
Nawab Murshid Quili Khan. Jahankosh, which is a huge cannon, about 17.5 ft long, was built by
Janardhan Karmakar in Decca. Other than these ancient sites, there are palaces like Wasef
Manzil that was built by the Nawab of Murshidabad, Sir Wasef Ali Mirza. The main attractions in
this palace are the marble stairs and statues. Other attractions here include Traitors Gate, the
place where Siraj-ud-Daulah was assassinated, Hazar Dwari Palace and Kathgola.
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State: West Bengal
Famous for/as: Heritage
Altitude: 39 M
District: Murshidabad


FOLLOWING PLACES ARE IN THIS VIDEO:

1. HAZARDUYARI
2. KATHGOLA BAGAN
3. JAHAN KOSHA KAMAN
4. NASHIPUR RAJBARI
5. NASHIPUR AKHRA
6. JAGAT SETH'S HOUSE
7. TOMB OF SIRAJ UD DULLA
8. TOMB OF MURSHID KULI KHAN'S DAUGHTER
9. KATRA MASJID
10. TOMB OF SUJAUDDIN KHA
11. JAGAT BANDHU DHAM
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HAZARDUARI PALACE| MURSHIDABAD TOUR |TOP 5 TOURIST PLACE IN WEST BENGAL

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The Channel Rookie Vlogger is here with a new video. In this video you will experience a historical place, the grand and marvelous Hazarduari Palace, Murshidabad, West Bengal in full HD resolution. To experience the grandeur of the Nawabi era watch the video in full.Also read the description below to know the historical background in detail.

Hazarduari Palace is located in Murshidabad, West Bengal at a distance of about 219 km from Kolkata, the capital of the Indian state of West Bengal. “Hazarduari” translates to thousand doors and indeed there are 1000 doors, each of them so high that a full grown elephant can pass through, out of which hundred are deliberately made false so that in the event of a possible attack, the attackers are confused between real and false ones, thereby giving enough time to escape.
Built in the nineteenth century by architect Duncan Macleod, under the reign of Nawab Nazim Humayun Jah of Bengal, Bihar and Orissa (1824–1838), the foundations of the palace run so deep-to protect the palace from the waters of the mighty river Bhagirathi, only 40 feet away-that the Nawab had to take a ladder to descend to the downmost level and he got suffocated and fell ill.
The enclosure where the palace is situated is known as Kila Nizamat or Nizamat Kila. The campus except this palace, has in addition the Nizamat Imambara, Wasif Manzil, the Bachhawali Tope, Murshidabad Clock Tower, three mosques out of which one is the Madina Mosque, and the Nawab Bahadur's Institution. Other buildings include residential quarters.
The wooden Nizamat Imambara built by Siraj-Ud-Daulah caught fire in 1846, so the present building was rebuilt within a year in 1848 by Nawab Nazim Feradun Jah of Bengal, Bihar and Orissa. This Imambara is the biggest one in India. More than ₹6 lacs were spent for its construction.
The Madina Mosque and the Imambara are kept open for a look during the Muharram festival by the general public but is kept closed throughout the year.
The Bacchawali Tope which lies in the campus of Kila Nizamat was brought by Murshid Kuli Khan. This cannon has been placed on high altar and its mouth has been covered up with an iron plate. It is said that when used it made such a huge noise that it forced pregnant women to give birth to babies at that very time.
The palace was used to hold “Durbars” (official or royal meetings) and official works between the Nawabs and the Britishers and also used as a residence for high-ranking British officers. It has now been transformed into a museum which houses collection from the Nawabs like priceless paintings, furniture, antiques.
A grand flight of stairs of 37 steps of stone, the lowermost one of which is 108 feet (33 m) long, leads up to the palace's upper portico. Perhaps it is the largest one in India. The pediment of the palace is supported by 7 huge pillars, each being 18 feet (5.5 m) at the base. There is also the Nawabi Coat of Arms depicted on the pediment. This grand staircase is perhaps the biggest one in India.
On either side at the beginning of the grand staircase are two statues of two seated masonry Victorian lions with stone slabs embedded in the wall behind them.
The palace has now been transformed into a museum which houses collections from the Nawabs like priceless paintings, furniture, antiques and so on. The famous one is the mirror and the chandelier. In 1985, the palace was handed over to the Archaeological Survey of India for better preservation. The Hazarduari Palace Museum is regarded as the biggest site museum of Archaeological Survey of India and has got 20 displayed galleries containing 4742 antiquities out of which 1034 has been displayed for the public. The antiquities include various weapons, oil paintings of Dutch, French and Italian artists, marble statues, metal objects, porcelain and stucco statues, farmans, rare books, old maps, manuscripts, land revenue records, Palanquins mostly belonging to eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, a bamboo from Assam and so on.
The Durbar Hall of the palace which houses the furniture used by the Nawab has a crystal chandelier hung from the ceiling. It is the second largest chandelier in the world, after one in Buckingham Palace. It was given to the Nawab by Queen Victoria.
There are also two pairs of mirrors in the museum, that are placed at an angle of 90 degrees in such a way that one cannot see one's own face but others can see. It was used by the Nawab to prevent predators from harming him, and was kept at a place so that the predator cannot see his face and think a mirror to be there but the Nawab could and he would be caught.
Murshidabad was once the capital of Bengal and so the rich history and the royal lifestyle can be experienced by tourists by paying a very small amount. The entry fee is INR 10 for Indian and other nationals from SAARC countries while other foreign nationals need to pay INR 100.
Please note that the Museum remains closed on Fridays.

Historical places In Murshidabad, West Bengal | Hazarduari Palace | Nasipur Palace

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Hazarduari Inside Kathgola Bagan Murshidabad Video

Kathgola Bagan Inside Hazarduari Murshidabad, is a video an inside glimpse of Nawab Siraz's Palace .West bengal India.


If you are traveling in West bengal and searching for some great places to visit,Kathgola bagan at Murshidabad is one of the most beautiful location around.

Kathgola Palace is a historical place and marks one of the most luxurious phase of Bengal's History under Nawab Sirazdullah.It is a
four-storeyed building with a baoli(step wells).There is a statue of Michelangelo within the compound. The entrance of this Palace is adorned by two horse statues believed to be of the two brothers who built this palace.
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7 Wonders of India: Hazarduari Palace

Located in Murshidabad, 219 kms from Kolkata, the total area of Hazarduari Palace is 41 acres. Built in the Greek (Doric) style with eight galleries and 114 rooms, it has thousand doors in it, among which only 900 are real. It's a three-storeyed rectangular building on the banks of the Bhagirathi river. It was built during the reign of Nawab Nazim Humayun Jahin in 1837 A.D. by famous architect McLeod Duncan. The library houses many rare books and manuscripts. The museums collection of antiquities include various weapons, oil paintings of Dutch, French and Italian artists, marble statues, metal objects, porcelain and stucco statues, Farmans, rare books, old maps, manuscripts, land revenue records, palanquin, mostly belonging to eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.

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