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Nilambag Palace

Bhavnagar

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Nilambag Palace Overview

Ranked 9 of 20 sightseeing in Bhavnagar

The palace of Nilambag, now converted into a heritage hotel, highlights the blend of western and Indian architectural style. The palace constructed in 1859 was the personal abode of Sir Takhat Singh. A German architecture, called Mr. Sims is credited for the architectural design of the palace. In 1984, the palace was converted into a heritage hotel by Maharaja Dr. Virbhadra Singh, offering modern amenities. The palace has stepped arches, pillared porticos, central courtyard, marble staircase, dining hall decorated with European chandeliers and an age-old library.  

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  • Best Time: During DayLength of visit: 2-3hrs
  • Length of visit: 2-3hrsBest Time: During Sunset
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Vivek Rajpura

Vivek Rajpura3.9/5

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Get to taste the history of Bhavnagar

It's the palace of Krushnakumar Sinhji, the lord of Bhavnagar. It's an ancient place where you can get to taste the history of Bhavnagar. Worth a visit.