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Bastar Palace

Jagdalpur, Bastar 494223, India
+91 77140 28635
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Festival time at palace

The hotel we landed is just 500m from Bastar palace. This day - the ritual was happening in and... read more

Reviewed 7 October 2017
Karthik R
,
Chennai (Madras), India
The Royal Palace

This was one of the sites in Bastar where we spent almost half the day. For those who love... read more

Reviewed 30 July 2017
SaddviAndalwala
,
Jharkhand, India
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Bastar Palace is one of the prime tourist attractions in Jagdalpur. Built by the rulers of the Bastar state, the palace was renowned as the headquarters of the Bastar kingdom. The palace is historically famous and thousands of tourists visit Jagdalpur to have a look of this momentous architectural splendour. The Bastar Palace is said to have been built during the ancient times when the rulers of Bastar shifted their capital from Barsur to Jagdalpur. The main attraction here is the exquisite carvings and engravings that one can find on the walls and ceiling of the palace. The government has built a monument inside the palace vicinity, wherein tourists can enjoy seeing various artifacts and the portraits of the bygone kings. The beautiful gardens that encircle the palace are a sight to behold.
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6 Oct 2017
“Festival time at palace”
30 Jul 2017
“The Royal Palace”
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Jagdalpur, Bastar 494223, India
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+91 77140 28635
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Reviewed 7 October 2017

The hotel we landed is just 500m from Bastar palace. This day - the ritual was happening in and around a fully decorated palace. Bastar Dussehra is the Longest Festival of The World. This is celebrated in Jagdalpur, Chattisgarh - Bastar region. Goddess Danteswari is...More

Thank Karthik R
Reviewed 30 July 2017

This was one of the sites in Bastar where we spent almost half the day. For those who love historical curios, this is one of the perfect places. The museum houses various historical weapons, ornaments etc.

Thank SaddviAndalwala
Reviewed 29 December 2016

While the palace may be grand in it's hey days but now it is just the structure. It was under maintenance when we visited but on exploring and investigating we found it doesn't have any presentation rooms for visitors informing them of the history of...More

Thank abinashjee
Reviewed 27 March 2016

this place is also good attraction to visit. inside there is a small Goddess Danteswari temple, in the first floor there is row lights covered in the entire floor. A must visit during the Dashera time, a chariot is built in front of the palace...More

Thank harikommu
Reviewed 19 March 2016

This is a nice place as the King lives here still and they have converted the palace partially into a hotel.

Thank nikhil0210
Reviewed 30 December 2015

nothing great about this place. if you are in jagdalpur and have plenty of time to kill then drop by.

1  Thank nomadicSuvro
Reviewed 28 November 2015

The famous palace of Raja Bhanj Deo of Bastar, who was worshipped as God by the people of Bastar in Chhattisgarh, India. Really worth visiting place, of course not maintained properly,

Thank Arun_Kalley
Reviewed 16 August 2015

nice place to visit, bt at the end leave you on a sad note the moment you will look into the portrait at the king..... palace is good......

Thank SabujSen
Reviewed 30 April 2015

the palace is known for the royal family of bastar and the history of kings who lived here... people say that india's freedom fight took birth here when the king of bastar wasn't willing to surrender.... the royal family is very humble and they take...More

2  Thank vibha123
Reviewed 13 September 2013

Bastar is one of those places that has not been touched by mainstream tourists due to the threat of Naxals but it is one of the most beautiful place in India. It is soo green that you feel like staying here. The Bastar Palace is...More

1  Thank Arpan1983
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