Places around Darbhanga with water

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1/4 Places to Visit in Darbhanga with water

Bela Palace within the city limits of Darbhanga and about 2. 5 km from Darbhanga Railway Station was residence of Rajabahadur Visheshwar Singh the younger brother of Maharajadhiraj Kameshwar Singh and was constructed in 1934.

Bela Palace is breath taking with its modern European architecture and is also surrounded by a very beautiful and rich garden. The building has its own campus called Bela Garden. Rajabahadur Singh Ji was well known for his love of wild animals and he had two Royal Bengal Tigers in his residencial campus caged near south west corner of campus due to which the roa...

2/4 Places to Visit in Darbhanga with water

Kusheshwar Asthan Bird Sanctuary is situated 45 kms from Darbhanga and is a one of the most prominent nature parks in the region.

Bird watching is major attraction of this sanctuary. The sanctuary consists of 14 villages which comes under Kusheshwar Asthan block in Darbhanga. It is spread over about 7019. 7 acres and these 14 villages have been declared as Kusheshwar Asthan Bird Sanctuary under Wildlife Protection Act 1972. Kusheshwar Asthan Bird Sanctuary was notified in 1994.

These villages remain waterlogged most of the times. These wetlands are home in winters to at lea...

3/4 Places to Visit in Darbhanga with water

Maharajadhiraj Laxmishwar Singh Museum is one of the most popular tourist attractions of the district Darbhanga, Bihar. It is located on the eastern bank of Mansarovar lake on the station road. THe museum is nearby to Darbhanga Jn. railway station by the distance of 300 metres.

Maharajadhiraj Laxmishwar Singh Museum was established in the year 1977 on September 16. For this museum, Prince Subheshwar Singh gifted rare artefacts, valuable objects and other invaluable items too. Sri Ramashankar Tiwar, who was District Magistrate of Darbhanga also contributed a lot in the establish...

4/4 Places to Visit in Darbhanga with water

Mata Rameshwari Shyama Mandir is one of the oldest temples of Darabhanga. It is located inside the campus Madheshwar at Darbhanga. This temple is near to the campus of Lalit Narayana Mithila University.

Mata Rameshwari Shyama Mandir was established in the year 1933 by Maharaja Kameshwar Singh, the son of Maharaja Rameshwar Singh. It is believed that the whole campus including Mata Rameshwari Shyama Temple is constructed on the cremation ground of Darabhanga family members. The idol of Ma Shyama or Ma Kami lies upon the cremation ground of Maharaja Rameshwar Singh. The temple has...