NIVAH, Moradabad, India

HistoryIn the early 1900’s Sir James Scorgie Meston (later Baron Meston) was the Governor of the United Provinces of Agra and Oudh, and a close friend of the Raja Bahadur of Sahaspur Bilari.
This friendship made the governor a frequent visitor to Moradabad, but without an appropriate accommodation to stay at on his visits.
The Raja however continued to reside in his sprawling city residence in the old quarter of Moradabad whenever he visited town.
It was post 1945 that the dowager Rani of Sahaspur Bilari decided to use this property as her town residence.
Thus, the late Rani became the first member of the royal family to shift into Meston Niwas, and on doing so the house came to be known as Sahaspur Bilari House.



Sahaspur Bilari House, Civil Lines, Moradabad, Uttar Pradesh 244001, India,