Categories: Architectural Buildings, Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
Climb a giant beehive to get a panoramic view at Golghar, a huge granary built by the British in 1786 to combat effects of the famine caused by Company Rule in Benghal. This modernist 29 m (95 ft) tall structures has a diameter of 125 m (410 ft). It was built in the tradition of stupas without any pillars and using a 3.6 m (11.8 ft) wide wall of thickness at its base. Capable of holding 140,000 tons of grain, the building has a staircase which spirals around it making it possible to climb at the top. Plan to visit Golghar during your Patna vacation using our convenient Patna vacation generator.
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Goal ghar is good place for relax in patna from thear we can see ganga river.and rest of patna. So this is good place
You can see here the old time great example of engineering. You can have glimps of river ganga from top of golghaar. It is an ancient food storage yard during famine period constructed by britishers.
Golghar was a granary built by the British more than 200 years ago. View of he city of Patna can be seen from the top. However when I went there in September 2016, the stairs to the top were closed fo... read more »
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