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A must visit while in Coochbehar.
Built in the shadow of Buckingham palace, the Coochbehar Rajbari (palace) was the residence cum seat of governance of the Rulers of the Koch Dynasty.
The palace, now renovated, is a popular tourist attractions for people from far and...More
It is a historical Koch palace maintained by Archaeological Society of India. There is a museum inside the palace where one can see various anthropological and ancient items used by Royals and common people. There is a beautiful big lawn with flowers and pond in...More
From the outside it is very beautiful.
Grand with lot of greenery around.
But once inside it is really disgusting.
Poorly maintained floors, worn carpets and galleries are without air circulation. No aircondition in this hot humid weather.
No information to tourist.
Staff is least...More
The Archeological survey of India has done a great job in restoring the palace and the palace grounds. Unfortunately,there is hardly anything to see inside the pace other than a gallery or two.A great architectural wonder and a reminder of the bygone era.
I went to Coochbehar Raj Bari. With the beautifully maintained gardens in the front and the splendid palace standing elegantly under the clear blue skies will take your breath away. It is great place to go.
Interesting palace in nice garden to spent a hour or so. In the palace there is not so much to see but it's nice to stroll around and look at the architecture. Go on a Sunday when it's a great combination of the quiet town.
A beautiful palace though not exactly palatial. It was designed to be like the Buckingham palace. The museum part is small but interesting and the surrounding gardens are also maintained to perfection!!