History of Sardar Baugh Palace
Sardar Baug Palace was built in the year 1867 and was positioned right in the middle of the Sardar Baug Park. It owned by the Maharaos who used to govern Kutch. Maharao Madansinghiji Jadeja, the last ruler of the Maharao. After Indian independence of 1947, Kutch became a part of Saurashtra after Madansinghji signed the succession treaty.
Structure of Sardar Baugh Palace
Most of the palace got badly demolished due to the earthquake. The bedroom, drawing room, and the guest room occupy maximum space in the palace. The dining room is housed in an adjacent building. Collectibles and antiques including paintings, statuettes, handicrafts, swords, spears, and hunting trophies have been exhibited in this palace, which turned it into a museum now.
Visiting Information to Sardar Baugh Palace
The best time to visit this palace is from November to March. Bhuj Railway Station and Bhuj Airport are the nearest transport mediums to visit the palace. It can also be reached by road via National Highway 19 and 27.
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