Reconstruction of Nepal’s “Taj Mahal” completes

20th Nov, 2017 | Tourism Mail Crew

PALPA, Nov 20 : The “Rani Mahal” in Palpa district of Nepal which also is renowned as “Taj Mahal” of Nepal has completed its reconstruction phase after two decades of reconstruction initiation.

The historical palace which was in ruins is now reconstructed on the active imitation of the Department of Archeology, Nepal. The palace which lies at the distance of 17 kilometers from district headquarter Tansen also is regarded as the symbol of love and is center of attraction for the internal as well as external tourists.

The palace was constructed by Khadga Shamsher, one of the sons of Junga Bahadur Rana. The historians claim that Khadga Shamsher ordered the construction of the palace in the memory of his deceased wife Tej Kumari who passed on 1949 BS while they were in exile to Palpa.