This Indian abode is named world’s biggest house, bigger than Burj Khalifa, Or Ambani’s Antilia

The biggest house in the world is in India. You all must be thinking that we are talking about Mukesh Ambani’s Antilia and Buckingham Palace in England. But no, it is true that the world’s largest house is in India which is known as Laxmi Vilas Palace. In front of Ambani’s Antilia and England’s Buckingham Palace also pale. Lakshmi Vilas Palace is spread over about 700 acres. This palace is located in Vadodara.

Who is the owner of Laxmi Vilas Palace?

The Laxmi Vilas Palace was owned by the Gaekwad family of Vadodara, who were under the rule of the Maratha Empire. This family used to rule Baroda at one time. And along with the Maratha Empire, he also ruled the princely state of Vadodara, western India. When India got independence then all the monarchy was abolished but the people here still consider their family royal. Samarjit Gaikwad is the owner of this palace but some part is used as tourist place.

The beauty of Laxmi Vilas Palace?

Lakshmi Vilas Palace is so big that a small city can settle in it. Along with this, many types of amenities are also available in this palace. Large gardens, large fountains, and a collection of many types of sculptures. Many Bollywood movies have been shot in this palace like Prem Rog, Sardar Gabbar Singh, Dil Hi To Hai, and Grand Masti. And one more thing, you can also book it to make your wedding day even more memorable. This Laxmi Vilas Palace is booked for marriage. Just by looking at its photos, you can get an idea of its beauty.

Some important things about Laxmi Vilas Palace-

This is a private palace, so clicking its photos is prohibited. The ticket to this palace is 150 rupees. But if you want an audio tour ticket is 200 rupees. You can visit anytime between 10 am to 5 pm. You can visit this beautiful palace by coming to Vadodara by airways, railways, or by your own personal vehicle.

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