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Cooch Behar Palace

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Cooch Behar Palace
Cooch Behar Palace in Cooch Behar.JPG
Façade of the Cooch Behar Palace
General information
Architectural style Classical Western / Italian Renaissance
Location Cooch Behar, West Bengal, India
Coordinates 26°19′37.28″N 89°26′11.23″E / 26.3270222°N 89.4364528°E / 26.3270222; 89.4364528
Construction started 1887
Client Maharaja Nripendra Narayan

Cooch Behar Palace, also called the Victor Jubilee Palace, is a landmark in Cooch Behar city, West Bengal. It was modeled after the Buckingham Palace in London in 1887, during the reign of Maharaja Nripendra Narayan.

The Cooch Behar Palace, noted for its elegance and grandeur, is a property of The Mantri's. It is a brick-built double-story structure in the classical Western style covering an area of 51,309 square feet (4,766.8 m2). The whole structure is 395 feet (120 m) long and 296 feet (90 m) wide and is on rests 4 feet 9 inches (1.45 m) above the ground. The Palace is fronted on the ground and first floors by a series of arcaded verandahs with their piers arranged alternately in single and double rows. At the southern and northern ends, the Palace projects slightly and in the centre is a projected porch providing an entrance to the Durbar Hall. The Hall has an elegantly shaped metal dome which is topped by a cylindrical louver type ventilator. This is 124 feet (38 m) high from the ground and is in the style of the Renaissance architecture. The intros of the dome is carved in stepped patterns and Corinthian columns support the base of the cupola. This adds variegated colours and designs to the entire surface. There are various halls in the palace and rooms that include the Dressing Room, Bed Room, Drawing Room, Dining Hall, Billiard hall, Library, Toshakhana, Ladies Gallery and Vestibules. The articles and precious objects that these rooms and halls used to contain are now lost.[1]

The rear side of Cooch Behar Palace, which retains the original color of the monument.[2]
The rear side of Cooch Behar Palace, which retains the original color of the monument.[2]

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References

  1. ^ "Official Website of Cooch Behar district in West Bengal". Coochbehar.nic.in. Retrieved 2016-10-25.
  2. ^ http://coochbehar.nic.in/htmfiles/rajbari_exclusive.html


This page was last edited on 28 September 2018, at 15:25
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