Marble Palace Kolkata
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About Marble Palace Kolkata, Kolkata
If you are planning to visit Kolkata, you must definitely include marble palace in your list. A much-loved attraction, this beautiful palace was built by Raja Rajendra Mullick- the wealthiest merchant of the 18th century, celebrating his wealth and prosperity. A unique blend of culture and art, the palace is donned with pillars, all intricately carved in beautiful designs, and marble walls worth looking at. It is said that merchant was quite fond of collecting art and antiques, something which is quite evident in its large collection of painting and sculpture.The paintings housed here are painted by famous artists like Reynolds and Titian that nestles quietly alongside the variety artefacts like clocks, urns and whatnot! Since it is built in traditional Bengali style, you will find quintessential Bengali elements like thakur-dalan and open courtyards in the building.
Marble Palace Kolkata Information
- Photography is strictly not allowed inside the palace.
Marble Palace Kolkata Tickets Prices
- Entry is free.
How To Get To Marble Palace Kolkata by Public Transport
- By Bus: CR Avenue
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Address: 46, Opp Ram Mandir, Muktaram Babu Street, Jorasanko, Jorasanko, Kolkata, West Bengal 700007
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 04:00 pm Details
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End your vacation with this comfortable and reliable private transfer from your hotel in Kolkata to the Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport (CCU). Pre-book this air-conditioned transfer and ensure that you donât miss your flight when itâs time for you to leave the city. Itâs as easy as a click of a button!
If you want some culture, get to Kolkata! The city is considered India’s cultural and intellectual capital, and we’re taking you on a jam-packed trip through the chaotic and charming city streets. Browse the flower market, check out historic artwork and architecture, and learn how modern potters still shape clay idols by hand.
Immerse yourself in Indiaâs religious heritage and humanitarian culture on this full-day private tour to Ganga Sagar, an important Hindu pilgrimage site on Sagar Island for travelers from all over the world. With your expert and passionate guide, visit various temples and ashrams including Bharat Sevashram Sangha, Ramakrishna Mission, Kapil Muni Temple and Omkarnath, and discover the inspiring role of Hinduism and Hindu saints in the philanthropic efforts of the various organizations housed there.
Travel worry-free from Kolkata Airport (also known as Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose Airport) to your hotel in Kolkata. Avoid the hassle of waiting in long taxi lines at the airport and arrive safely to your hotel with our private car.
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It's shabbily managed. Still I am giving it a five star rating because the place has the best private collection of marble statues, oil paintings, China, Belgian glass-lanterns and exotic birds in and around Kolkata.
The place has a good aesthetics and beauty of its own but do take a permission before entering otherwise the guides and guards will have a good loot from you.
Please carry photocopy of your ID proof. It's an exciting private art collection. At entry gate, I was told to submit this photocopy and pay the guide and gatekeeper whatever I liked.
I was amazed by this place. Make sure to obtain a PERMIT the day before entering. You can obtain this permit on the 4th floor of 2 Brabourne Road (open 10:30-4:00). Strictly no photos allowed. A guide is provided by the museum. I tipped him 100 rupees but he had very little knowledge of what he was showing me. Nevertheless, this is a must visit for Calcutta.
A beautiful palace and reminder of colonial era bengali house. Built by a merchant who got the title of king from the British, it houses some beautiful painting and sculptures. It has a Jagannath temple in the premises too.
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