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Indore has plenty to offer to the history buff. Home to famed Holkar dynasty, the city has various monuments that wil beckon the history buff. One such structure is the Lal Bagh Palace. Not very well maintained unfortunately, but, nonetheless, it does give one an...More
All the castings in the palace like the main gate/ the flower pots/ the mashaal or Flame Torch are similar or copy of the great Buckingham palace. The sofas/beds/dining tables that was being used by the Royal family in display. Make sure to take the...More
This is one of the historical palaces of Holkar dynasty which was used until 1970s.However,there are lot of things on display(inside and outside) but many things are in a very bad shape like in the season of monsoon,the grass overgrows but no one was there...More
The property is huge and seems, it would have been excellent over sometime in the past. The palace is more or less decent, considering age of construction. But maintenance could have been far better for the entire complex, including interior & exterior of the palace,...More
The LalBagh Palace in Indore is worth a visit once. This was build by Holkars during late 18th/early 19th century. This palace shows the total impact of english architecture on the construction. To the extent that inside the signage of Tukoji Rao Holkar is engraved...More
The LalBagh Palace is one of the most prominent examples of Holkar era architecture in Indore. Built by Maharaja Shivaji Rao Holkar between 1886 and 1921, the three storey structure was used for hosting royal receptions. The palace in known mainly for its brilliant architectural...More