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The exterior gardens and architecture alone are worthwhile, if one does not want to pay the modest 100 rupees per person ( about $4.25 for foreigners) to join a guided tour of the interior.
Inside, one only walks through three rooms, of which two showcase...More
The historic mansion where the British ruled and lost the empire. The place where the separation of India and Pakistan was planned and 13 Viceroys ruled, and finally Mountbatten helped to plan independence, it’s just a house but one with immense historic importance.
The outside of the building is magnificent and the castle has stood the test of time. It was built in only 4 years and included provisions for electricity/ cables even though they were not installed until later. The gardens are nice too. You are not...More