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I visited Puthia Rajbari.

I visited Puthia Rajbari.

January 2020 · 2 min read

It was best trip at Puthia Rajbari. Although the zamindari system was abolished after the partition of Bengal, their palaces, temples and other structures built during that period are still intact. Surrounded by cliffs or sabhiwa ponds at Puthia Rajbari.

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At present, the rocks are known by various names like Shiva Sarobar or Shivasagar, Gopal Chowki, Bekichowki, Govind Sarobar and Marachowki. The Queen's bathing stall is in the Beckyouki. This huge palace complex with well-equipped indoor palace. The pyramid shaped pomegranate is so wonderful. In the middle of the Rajbari area is a huge pond of six acres called Shamsagar. The total land area of this palace surrounded by terraces is 1.5 acres.
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After the split, five palaces and four smaller palaces were built separately. Except for these two palaces, no sign of the houses of the other partners can be found at present. The main entrance to the multipurpose Puthia palace lies to the north of the lion gate.
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There is a huge field in front of the entrance. The pillars, ornaments, woodwork, walls and door paintings on the front of the building bear a beautiful architectural style. Its roof is flat, iron beams, wooden bars and tile have been used on the roof.
A total of fourteen Nayanaviram temples are still standing in full swing at Puthia Rajbari and its surrounding mausoleum. There are six temples in the palace courtyard.

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Among the temples, there are two pentacles, a pochala, a tri-monader of a mixture, an octagonal eclipse, two flat roofs, and the rest consist of a quadratic roof of the pyramid. Burning clay and limestone have been used in the construction of temples.
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In most of the temples as a decoration, the use of carvings of terracotta plaques is seen in the practice of Hindu religious and later social content.
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