Such a temple of Bihar, which requires nine lakhs of silver coins to be set up.
Rajnagar : Madhubani district of Bihar, there is such a unique palace that was made of 9 lakhs of silver coins. Naulakha Mahal is one of Bihar’s heritage sites. It was constructed in the 17th century, this precious cultural heritage of Bihar was built by Maharaja Rameshwar Singh of Darbhanga.
The Maharaja was a devotee of Kali, so he also constructed the Kali temple in front of the palace. There is a pond right in front of this temple, it is said that through this pond water came to the Queen’s room.
This naval temple built for the small and great queen is in the middle of the pond and it is a seven-storey building. It is said that the pond was specially carved for the queens only. There are many other temples in the palace complex, in which idols of the system are installed. The black temple made of marble has always been the center of tourism attraction. The lion gate, with four elephant pillars, looks great in itself. In the earthquake of 1934, this palace was badly damaged, after which it was rebuilt.