Cooch Behar Palace, likewise called the Victor Jubilee Palace, is a milestone in Cooch Behar city, West Bengal. It was designed according to the Buckingham Palace in London in 1887, amid the rule of Maharaja Nripendra Narayan. The Cooch Behar Palace, noted for its class and magnificence, is a property of The Mantri's. It is a block assembled twofold story structure in the traditional Western style covering a region of 51,309 square feet. The entire structure is 395 feet long and 296 feet wide and is on rests 4 feet 9 crawls over the ground.
The Palace is fronted on the ground and first floors by a progression of arcaded verandahs with their docks organized on the other hand in single and twofold columns. At the southern and northern closures, the Palace extends marginally and in the inside is an anticipated patio giving a passage to the Durbar Hall. The Hall has a richly formed metal arch which is beaten by a barrel shaped louver compose ventilator.
This is 124 feet high from the beginning is in the style of the Renaissance engineering. The introductions of the arch is cut in ventured examples and Corinthian segments bolster the base of the vault. This adds iegated hues and outlines to the whole surface. There are different lobbies in the royal residence and rooms that incorporate the Dressing Room, Bed Room, Drawing Room, Dining Hall, Billiard corridor, Library, Toshakhana, Ladies Gallery and Vestibules. The articles and valuable questions that these rooms and lobbies used to contain are currently lost.