Archaeological Sites in India: Wasif Manzil

Wasif Manzil was built by Nawab Wasif Ali Mirza Khan under the direction and supervision of Mr. Vivian. It was used by the Nawab for his residence.
Created On: Feb 20, 2013 16:20 IST
Modified On: Feb 20, 2013 16:22 IST

Name: Wasif Manzil
Location: West Bengal
Town or city: Murshidabad
Country: India
Completed: Present building was completed in 1904 after the earthquake.
Renovated: Renovations were done after the 1897 earthquake. Currently maintenance is done by the Archaeological Survey of India.
Destroyed: 1897 earthquake
Floor count: Present Building is a ground floor building with a terrace. The former building was a two storied palace.
Architect: Mr. Vivian, officer of the Public Works Department of the Nadia Rivers Division and Surendra Barat, a Bengali engineer.

Name: Wasif Manzil

Location: West Bengal

Town or city: Murshidabad

Country: India

Completed: Present building was completed in 1904 after the earthquake.

Renovated: Renovations were done after the 1897 earthquake. Currently maintenance is done by the Archaeological Survey of India.

Destroyed: 1897 earthquake

Floor count: Present Building is a ground floor building with a terrace. The former building was a two storied palace.

Architect: Mr. Vivian, officer of the Public Works Department of the Nadia Rivers Division and Surendra Barat, a Bengali engineer.

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