Cooch Behar is the district headquarters of the Cooch Behar District in the Indian territory of West Bengal. Cooch Behar shaped piece of the Kamarupa Kingdom of Assam from the fourth to the twelfth hundreds of years. In the twelfth century, the zone turned into a piece of the Kamata Kingdom, first governed by the Khen line from their capital at Kamatapur. The Khens were an indigenous clan, and they managed till around 1498 CE, when they tumbled to Alauddin Hussain Shah, the autonomous Pathan Sultan of Gour.
The new trespassers battled with the nearby Bhuyan chieftains and the Ahom lord Suhungmung and lost control of the area. Amid this time, the Koch clan turned out to be great and announced itself Kamateshwar and set up the Koch tradition In 1772– 1773, the lord of Bhutan assaulted and caught Cooch Behar. To oust the Bhutanese, the kingdom of Cooch Behar marked a safeguard settlement with the British East India Company on 5 April 1773.
In the wake of ousting the Bhutanese, Cooch Behar again turned into a regal kingdom under the security of British East India organization. The Victor Jubilee Palace depended on Buckingham Palace and implicit 1887, amid the rule of Maharaja Nripendra Narayan. In 1878, the maharaja wedded the little girl of Brahmo minister Keshab Chandra Sen. This association prompted a renaissance in Cooch Behar state. Maharaja Nripendra Narayan is known as the designer of current Cooch Behar town.