|Mandir building inside Bolihar Rajbari in Naogaon|
Balihar Kings were highly educated, so they had sophisticated taste. King Krisnendranath Roy Bahadur was a writer. Kings were was a mini-zoo too. There were tigers, bears, monkeys, deer and various species of birds and animals.
palace building is surrounded by a boundary wall.|
No one can go inside it. So it is in a bit of good condition
|Main Entrance of Balihar Royal Palace|
Zamindari system was abolished during the partition period. Like other kings, the last king of Balihar, Bimalendu Roy goes to
One building of the palace was used as a local school class room. Later, government build a new building for the school and the school was moved. After the school was moved to a new school building, the palace was abandoned. After many years, local Hindu community people clean the Mandir cutting down the jungle of the abandoned palace and started puja again.
|Newly constructed Mandir inside the palace|
|Front view of Balihar Royal palace Mandir building|
|An unknown stair can be seen in the palace complex|
|Back view of main entrance of Balihar Rajbari in Naogaon|
|Top angle view of entrance of Balihar Rajbari in Naogaon|
After the departure of all the kings in
India, almost all palaces
are in careless condition. This Palace is the
also in careless condition. But it is quite good-looking than nearly situated
Dubolhati Rajbari under Naogaon Sadar Upazila.
|Local Bazaar in-front of Balihar Rajbari, Naogaon|