A MIRROR MAZE WHERE YOU DON’T SEE YOUR FACE | HAZARDUARI WEST BENGAL

The palace has 1000 doors, of which 900 are false, and a total of 114 rooms./ a historical mirror where you don’t see ur face.
A palace with 1000 doors and 900 are false.Hazarduari Palace, earlier known as theBara Kothi, is located in the campus of Kila Nizamat in Murshidabad, in the Indian state of West Bengal. It was built in the nineteenth century by architect Duncan Macleod, under the reign of Nawab Nazim Humayun Jah of Bengal, Bihar and Orissa

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(1824–1838).The name of the palace that is Hazarduari means “a palace with a thousand doors”.Hazar means “thousand” and Duari means “the one with doors”; thus, the total sums up to “the one with a thousand doors”.The palace earlier known as Bara Kothi has been named so as the palace has in all 1000 doors, of which 900 are false. They were built so that if any predator tried to do something wrong and escape, he would be confused between the false and real doors, and by that time he would be caught by the Nawab’s guards.best things in this house that concrete bed on which the foundation stone was to be laid was built so deep that the Nawab had to use a ladder to descend. The suffocating atmosphere created due to the large concourse of people, which stood surrounding them, caused Her Highness to faint. The foundation stone was laid after she was brought up.The palace was used to hold durbars(official or royal meetings) and official works between the Nawab sand the Britishers and also used as a residence for high-ranking British officers. It has now been transformed into a museum which houses collection from the Nawabs like priceless paintings, furniture, antiques and so on. The famous one is the mirror and the chandelier. The residential palace of the Nawabs is built somewhere else but has an identical name. The Nawabs were then actually a puppet due to the system of Dual government.The Durbar Hall of the palace which houses the furniture used by the Nawab has a crystal chandelier hung from the ceiling. It is the second largest chandelier in the world, after one in Buckingham Palace. It was given to the Nawab by Queen Victoria.There are also two pairs of mirrors in the museum, that are placed at an angle of 90 degrees in such a way that one cannot see ones own face but others can see. It was used by the Nawab to prevent predators from harming him, and was kept at a so that the predator cannot see his face and think a mirror to be there but the Nawab could and he would be caught. place so that the predator cannot see his face and think a mirror to be there but the Nawab could and he would be caught.
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