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Navlakha Palace

Navlakha Palace

Navlakha Palace

Arranged in Rajnagar on the eastern bank of River Kamla, close Madhubani region of Bihar, Navlakha Palace, otherwise called Rajnagar Palace, is an old imperial royal residence which is a famous legacy working in the locale. Worked by Maharaja Rameshwar Singh, the royal residence once in the past bragged all around cleared nurseries, tinkering lakes, sanctuary edifices and so forth. Be that as it may, it endured significant misfortune and broad harm in 1934 when a quake hit it. It has never been fixed and at present lies in ruins. Be that as it may, and, after it’s all said and done, it gloats of old-world appeal and splendid design and still visited by visitors and local people much of the time.

Navlakha Palace has a focal pinnacle which is seven stories. Initially, it had a Durga Bhawan towards the north finish of the complex. The Bhawan has a sparkling lake in the front and a silvery-white marble sanctuary committed to Goddess Kali to its north. The Durga Bhawan is still in work while different structures have been destroyed. It is additionally made in ivory marble and look like the Taj Mahal. The colonnade has four curves laying on concrete elephants. There is a working family room in the structure called the Gausani Ghar which houses the family god. It is here that you can likewise locate the most established existing Mithila painting.

Things to Do:  Nature Walk, Border Trek, Jungle Camp, Jungle Camp, Watchtowers, etc…

Attractions:  Mahabodhi Temple, Statue of Lord Buddha, Great Buddha Statue, Tibetan Refugee Market, Bodhi Tree,  Thai Monastery, Thai Monastery, Mahabodhi Temple Complex Book store, Muchalinda Lake, Royal Bhutan Monastery, Royal Bhutan Monastery, Brahmayoni Temple, Cankamana, Chinese Temple, Indosan Nippon Japanese Temple, etc…

Nearby Places:  Nalanda, Valmiki National Park, Rajgir, Bodh Gaya Buddha Smriti Park, Barabar Caves, Sabhyata Dwar, Vikramshila Monastery, Hajipur, Valmiki National Park, Navlakha Palace,  Jal Mandir, Pawapuri, etc…

Best Time to visit: October to March.

Peak Season: October to May.

How to Reach

  • By Air: Closest air terminals are Patna, Varanasi, and Gaya.
  • By Rail: Closest railroad station is Sasaram (SSM).
  • By Road: Arranged on NH2. Street availability from Patna, Ara, New Delhi, Kolkata, Ranchi and so forth.

Popular Restaurants: Suraj Restaurant, Bhaji Restaurant, Elite Family Restaurant, Garden Restaurant, etc…

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