Boro Sardar Bari (also known as the Boro Sardar Palace) is a historical site in Sonargaon, Bangladesh. It is located in the Panam area of Sonargaon, close to Panam City.
Boro Sardar Bari is an impressive architectural structure that showcases a blend of Mughal and British architectural styles. The palace is characterized by its spacious courtyards, grand halls, intricately designed wooden ceilings, and beautiful terracotta carvings on its facade.
Today, Boro Sardar Bari is a tourist attraction and a museum. Visitors can explore the palace and its surroundings, appreciate the architectural beauty, and learn about the history and culture of the region.
There is no old glory but there are traces of the glory. There is a big pond in front of the house. In the bright night, the red, blue, and green broken ceramic plates of the palace shine in the moonlight.
In front of the building, there are statues of two English horsemen on either side of the brick embankment. The total 27 thousand 400 square feet building has 47 rooms on the ground floor and 38 rooms on the second floor.
Bara Sardar’s house is located on the boundary of the Sonargaon Folk and Crafts Museum. Its location is 27 km southeast of Dhaka. Sonargaon near Dhaka can be visited day by day. People and Crafts Museum and Panama City can be visited together. It has become a must-see tourist attraction in Bangladesh tour.