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Laxminarayan Mandir

Delightful Past of Sakkardara

Sakkardara precinct was one of the places of retreat for the Bhosale kings from Shrimant Raghuji II to Shrimant Raghuji IV.

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Delightful Past of Sakkardara
Delightful Past of Sakkardara

Time & Location

13-Nov-2022, 8:00 am – 9:30 am

Laxminarayan Mandir, Sakkardara Lake, Somwarpet, Ayodhya nagar, Nagpur, Maharashtra 440009

About the event

Sakkardara precinct, known as Chhota Tajbagh today, was developed during the Bhosale Period. This precinct was one of the places of retreat for the Bhosale kings Shrimant Raje Raghuji II and Shrimant Raje Raghuji IV. It included a lake with a ghat and a gateway, a fountain, a stepwell, a zoo, a beautifully carved temple, and palaces.

Two important saints who were highly revered by Nagpur Bhonsales breathed their last here at the precinct.

Let us walk back in time and revisit the stories of the delightful and divine past of Sakkardara.

Walk Led by- Ar. Amol Wanjari

Medium- English & Hindi

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    ₹199.00

    +₹4.98 service fee

    This ticket includes the heritage walk fee, an information brochure, and a souvenir

    ₹199.00

    +₹4.98 service fee

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