Wednesday, 4 September 2013

Laxmi vilas Palace in Vadodara ( Baroda )

By Raj Thakkar  |  10:31 4 comments

    Laxmi Vilas Palace - Historical Monument in Vadodara (Baroda) 

    Hello friends After a long time i came back to History of India with Great post about Laxmi Vilas Palace which is located in Baroda. Here in this post i will tell you brief history of Laxmi Vilas Palace and why People loves to visit Laxmi Vilas Palace? I am sure that after reading my post you will be thinking to visit Laxmi Vilas Palace.

Brief History of Laxmi Vilas Palace

      Laxmi Vilas Palace was constructed by Maharaja Sayaji Rao III in 1890. Actually construction was started in 1872 and ends in 1890. Do you people know the how much cost required for construction of Laxmi vilas Palace? I know your answers. Mostly 70% people will say no. In 19th century cost was more then 60 lakh Rs. Here i mentioned about 19th century. Because if we converts 60 lakh rs of 19th century into 21st century rupee's then it will be approximately 6 crore rupees. 

Laxmi Vilas Palace

      Laxmi Vilas Palace is Baroda's famous historical monument. Laxmi vilas palace is constructed in Indo-Saracenic architecture style. Let me tell you that Tourists and those people who loves to travel historical places they love to visit Laxmi vilas Palace and eagerly wants to know about architecture and historical information of Laxmi Vilas palace. Attraction of Laxmi vilas palace is its darbarhall. This darbarhall of laxmi vilas palace is sometime given on rent for cultural events or musical concerts.  There is also Maharaja Fateh Singh Museum and Moti Bag are places to see near Laxmi Vilas Palace in Baroda.
 
Darbarhall of Laxmi Vilas palace
Darbarhall of Laxmi Vilas palace
     Timing of Palace is 11:00 am to 5:00 pm from Tuesday to Sunday. If you are Indian then you have to pay 25 rs per head to enter in Laxmi Vilas Palace. If you are from outside countries then you have to pay 100 Rs for visit this Palace.

       So friends laxmi Vilas Palace is beautiful place to visit for those who are interested to travel Historical Places. Visit once if you can. Have a nice day.            


Author: Raj Thakkar

Raj Thakkar is a Blogger (By Choice) from Bhuj.He has completed his B.Tech. CE from Ganpat University.

4 comments:

  1. I found your great blog through the WLC Blog Follows on the World Literary Cafe! Great to connect!
    Laxmi Vilas Palace seems like a great place to visit. :)

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  2. Absolutely stunning site! I love India, and am glad that you're showcasing its treasures and talents to the world.
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  3. Great thanks for providing the information...I would like to share something.If you want more information at personal level plz go through the book "A Princess Remembers-Maharani Gayatri devi",which describes her childhood memories in Laxmi Vilas Palace.
    Even the celebrations,interiors,facts and gatherings of palace..As Maharani Gayatri Devi of Jaipur was the daughter of the Maharaja of Cooch Behar & Princess of Baroda Indira Devi,daughter of Sayajirao Gaekwad III Maharaja of Baroda ..

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    1. Hello tear at heartstrings Thanks for commenting here.

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