Born on 28 September 1793, Rani Rashmoni, an extraordinarily girl, was married to Babu Raj Chandra Das of Janbazar. Her palace was known as Rani Rashmoni B ...
The fabulous building at the crossing of Amherst Street and Bowbazar Street in calcutta, is widely known as ‘Jhulan Bari’ in the locality.
The Sanskrit word for emerald is marakat and the English word Bower stands for a pleasant retreat under the shade of a greenwood tree or climbing plants in ...
The magnificent mansion located on 279, Rabindra Sarani and popularly known as the Ghariwala Mullick Bari was originally owned by Madhusudan Sanyal.
Located on Maharshi Debendra Road, in Jorasanko area, the Posta Rajbari was constructed by Raja Sukhomoy Roy, the grandson of Lakshmikant Roy.
Located on 35/2/A, Khudiram Bose Road in Tala area, Dhurjati Dham, a beautiful Victorian building, adjoining the Belgachhia Metro station.
Ramdulal Niwas, the residential building of Ramdulal Deb, was constructed in Victorian architecture at 67E Beadon Street, near the present Beadon Street Pos ...
Khelat Bhawan was constructed by Khelat Chandra Ghosh at 47 Pathuriaghat Street in the year 1846. The Ghosh family came to Pathurighata in Calcutta.
Like other rich and the famous people of the colonial Calcutta, the Laha Bari, on Bidhan Sarani, is also ornamented with large porticos and colonnaded verandas
Situated at 46, Muktaram Babu Street, opposite Ram Mandir in Jorasanko area, the Marble Palace was built in 1835 by Raja Rajendra Mullick.
The palace of the Shobhabazar Royal Family, popularly known as Shobhabazar Rajbari was built by Raja Nabakrishna Deb who was the 21st man of the Deb family.
Amidst the brisk and crowded life of North Kolkata, quietly stands the gorgeous Mallcik Bari in Pathuriaghata, with one of the most graceful Thakur Dalans.
The Tagore Palace at Pathriaghata, considered as one of the most graceful and majestic colonnaded mansions of colonial Calcutta, was built by Prasanna Cooma ...
The Jorashanko Thakur bari was built in the 18th century by Prince Dwarkanath Tagore, the founder of the Jorashanko branch of the Tagore family.