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The ladies part of the fort is rather different to other parts, casting light on the lifestyle that they led, well hidden away from prying eyes.
The Jhanki Mahal colonnade area of it now houses royal cradles from the last two centuries.
This mahal is inside the Mehrangarh fort, and has splendid carvings on what appears to look like wood, but it is actually carvings out of stone. Splendid work and well preserved. They get a lot of visitors as the courtyard here is nice to sit...More
You have to visit Mehrangarh fort And experience something which can not be described. Such an intricate carving in stone, you feel as if it is done in a wooden wall. How Royal Ladies were witnessing important events is described.
Amolak Rattan Kohli
Zenana Mahal (Women's Palace) is located inside the Mehrangarh fort and included as part of the entry ticket to the fort. It is an perfect example of Rajasthani architecture and tradition. You'll see these traditional windows all over the Rajasthan. This part of the palace...More