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Ghat at Bithur & Ruins of Nana’s Palace at Bithur

December 31, 1856
Mirza Firuz Shah
Architectural and Building
Bahadur Shah II 1837–1857

Ghat at Bithur & Ruins of Nana’s Palace at Bithur



Ghat at Bithur Nana Saheb’s Bithur met with a dire fate after his defeat. Its palaces and temples were destroyed by the victorious British Army. The main building in the photograph is Sarasteshwar, the Samadhi of Saraswati Bai, wife of Baji Rao II. Ruins of Nana’s Palace at Bithur

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Very good information.


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