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Malabare Mansion

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Malabare Mansion

Malabare Mansion (Bengali: মোললা জমিদারবাড়ী, Mollahbare Jomidarbari) is mansion built in the British Indian Empire and was used as one of the residences of the Singranatore family in present-day Rajshahi of Bangladesh. It housed the Durbar Hall (called boithokkhana) of the Mullah’s of Singra; held lastly by Mullah Shamez Uddin Ahmed. It presently houses zamindari furnitures, portraits, numismatics and other historical articles. During the Partition of India in 1947, the mansion was renovated using articles from the neighboring Dighapatia Palace.

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