Motijhil,additionally referred to as Company Bagh because of its affiliation with the East India Company, is a horse-shoe formed lake in Murshidabad, West Bengal, India. It changed into created by Nawazish Muhammad Khan, the son-in-regulation of Nawab Alivardi Khan. He also constructed a treasured palatial palace beside this lake which is referred to as the Sang-i- dalan which is also known as the Motijhil Palace. It is placed on the bend of this lake. It changed into used as the residence of Nawazish and Ghaseti Begum, Nawazish's liked spouse. It is said that once Nawazish died, Ghaseti Begum lived here till Nawab Siraj ud-Daulah took over the palace and seized humongous amount of treasures in 1756 AD.
With this cash he constructed a comparable lake with a lovely palace, Hirajheel, on the opposite aspect of the Bhagirathi River. The palace has a lofty gateway, a mosque referred to as the "Shahamat Jang" and the Kala Masjid and some other homes which have been all constructed by way of Nawazish. This palace turned into constructed in 1740. As some distance as etymology is worried, the palace has been named so because it changed into built using black basalt pillars which had been introduced from the ruins of Gaur. Thus, it became given the call of Sang-i-Dalan or the Stone Palace.