Hazarduari is located on the bank of Bhagirathi in Lalbagh in Murshidabad district of West Bengal. The palace dates back to nineteenth century. The word "Hazarduari" means one thousand doors, which includes both true and false doors.
The Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) undertakes this Palace and exhibits the collection of Nawabs, which comprises weapons, rare arts, bronze and marble statues, costly jewelry, palanquins and carriages, objects of gold, ceramic vases, wooden furniture, cut-glass chandeliers, wonderful copies of the Koran, belonging mostly to the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.There are only two floor open to visit; the ground floor has Toshakhana, the Armoury, and record rooms, and the first floor has the Durbar Hall, banqueting hall, drawing room, sitting rooms and billiard room. The second floor has the Library, rare art collections, in addition to a lot of other equipments, but visitors are not permitted to go into the Library, except special authorization. The collection of Korans in this library is unique over India. Accordingly, Hazarduari Palace with its gorgeous feature, unique architecture and collections is the focal attraction for tourist to visit historical Murshidabad.