Afterwards, most of the Ghugudanga Zemindar families started living by constructing their own houses in Eidgah Residential Area of Dinajpur Town.
Due to the promulgation of the liberation War, raiders completely destroyed the main residential building of the Zemindar by air-raid bombing.
He started attending the local pathsala and when an English school was established at Majilpur with the support of the local zemindar, he joined it.
It was during this period that the sons of Raj Chandra Roy, zemindar of nearby Lakhutia, joined the Brahmo Samaj and strengthened the movement.
On 2 July 1841, Hari Rao adopted Khande Rao Holkar, the 11-year-old son of Bapuji Rao Holkar, a zemindar of Jotsikhera ( near Indore ).
He served in this capacity until 1749 . In 1751, he was appointed as zemindar of the Fort William ( Calcutta ) and defended the settlement against Siraj Ud Daulah in 1756.
One interesting fall out of the period was that the purchase of the three villages of Kalikata, Gobindapur and Sutanuti by the East India Company from the Sabarna Roy Choudhury, the zemindar of Barisha.
Bahadur "', Maharaja of Darbhanga, GCIE ( 25 September 1858 & ndash; 16 November 1898 ) was the Zemindar and principal landowner of Darbhanga, presently in the State of Bihar, India.
Consequent to the starting of widespread carnage on the night of 25 March 1971 by Pakistani raiders, he helped in setting up of a camp for the freedom fighters at Ghugudanga Zemindar's Lodge and, arranged for their food and shelter.