Durbar can refer to:

  • Durbar (court), a historical Mughal court in India; also used for a ceremonial gathering under the British Raj
  • Durbar Mahila Samanwaya Committee, an Indian NGO for sex workers
  • Durbar festival, a yearly festival in several towns of Nigeria
  • Conference of Rulers, a council of Malay monarchs.
  • Durbar floor plate is a hot-rolled structural steel that has been designed to give excellent slip resistance on its upper surface.

Other articles related to "durbar, durbars":

Coronation Park, Delhi - History - The Second Durbar
... The second and third Durbars were held at the same location to celebrate the Coronation of British Monarchs ... The second Durbar was organized for 1 January 1903 to celebrate the Coronation of King Edward VII ... The festivities lasted for a fortnight and the Delhi Durbar parade became a standard feature of early 20th century spectacle in India ...
List Of Palaces - Nepal
... Bagh Durbar Bhaktapur Durbar Gorkha Durbar Hanuman Dhoka Palace Hetauda Durbar Kakani Durbar Lal Durbar Lumjung Durbar Nagarjun Durbar Narayanhity Royal Palace - scene of the 2001 Nepalese royal massacre Nuwakot ...
Durbar Square
... Durbar Square is the generic name used to describe plazas opposite old royal palaces in Nepal ... of Nepal, Nepal consisted of small kingdoms, and Durbar Squares are most prominent remnants of those old kingdoms in Nepal ... In particular, three Durbar Squares in the Kathmandu Valley, belonging to the three kingdoms situated there before unification, are most famous Kathmandu Durbar Square, Patan Durbar Square, and Bhaktapur ...
Durbar Hall
... Durbar Hall is a place where Indian Kings had their formal and informal meetings ... Usually Durbar halls are lavishly decorated with the best possible materials available at the time ...