Lakshmeshwar Singh - Other Information

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He got Anand Bagh Palace ( also called Lakshmivilas Palace, after him ) built at Darbhanga, with its immense stables, its botanical and zoological gardens, and its many beautiful surroundings, also became well known in England by the sketches that appeared in the London illustrated papers. This Palace was donated by his nephew Maharaja Kameshwar Singh to the Government for establishment of a University to promote the Sanskrit language. This palace is now the head office of Maharaja Kameshwar Singh Sanskrit University, but however, the botanical and zoological garden surrounding it have vanished due to official apathy.

On the occasion of the Jubilee of the reign of Her Most Gracious Majesty the late Maharaja Bahadur was created a Knight Commander of the Most Eminent Order of the Indian Empire; and in 1897, He was created a Knight Grand Commander of the same Most Eminent Order.

Maharaja Lakshmeshwar Singh expired at a young age. As a mark of honour to him, British Governor commissioned Edward Onslow Ford to make a statue of Maharaja Lakshmeshwar Singh. This statue is installed at Dalhousie Square in Kolkata.

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