Natore Rajbari (or Natore Palace) was a prominent royal palace in Natore, Bangladesh. It was the residence and seat of the Rajshahi Raj family of zamindars. Famous queen Rani Bhabani lived here and after the death of her husband, expanded both the estate and the palace. Rajshahi Raj was a large feudatory kingdom which occupied a vast position of Bengal (Present day West Bengal, India and Bangladesh). It was the second largest zamindari with an area of about 33,670 sq km, after the Burdwan Raj. The zamindari came into being during the early part of the 18th century when Nawab Murshid Quli Khan was the Dewan / Subahdar of Bengal (1704-1727).