Kulpahar, Uttar Pradesh, India
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Senapati Mahal is a palace built by Senapati, son of Jagat Rai and grandson of Chhatrasal in 1700 in Kulpahar on a hillock. The palace is now a protected monument. This beautiful small palace was built by Raja Jagatraj of Jaitpur in early 18th century AD for his son Senapati. It is a triple storied tall beautiful building situated on Kulpahar-Nowgong road near KM 1 milestone just opposite to collectorate. Archaeological Survey of India has started renovation work, it has been declared a monument of national importance in 1996 AD.
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