What has remained gives you an idea of the Palace. Thanks to Bolywood that uses it as a setting restaurations are done.
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The place is good but the cleanliness is a major problem. Also many Love birds sit near every piller which makes us uncomfortable. Place has very unique, rare and historical idols from ancient times.. Great place for architecture and history students. Palace management need to...More
We had been to the palace with not much expectations, but the interiors came as a pleasant surprise. The palace stands tall having huge height corridors supported by mega circular pillars. All the ceilings are beautifully carved and painted with vibrant colors (renovated recently). Only...More
night show of raja special program in light its fantastic experience in the world. the pillar is the most awsome big and pigeon are more in mahal. oldest mahal ever in world.
For a Wonderful site like this the rear road stinks of urine and is used like a filth dumping spot. We wanted to watch the light and sound show. Too many mosquitoes. Unimpressive narrative. Lacked the punch. Sound effects not too effective. Lovely architecture ....More