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I stumbled upon this monument just by chance as I had visited Alwar collectorate premises for some work. It is a beautiful & interesting cenotaph built in red sandstone & white marble in the year 1815 named Moosi Rani ki Chatri. The Queen of Alwar...More
As far as architectural marvel is to be considered it is a wonderful structure about 200 years old. How the original structure still stands is a wonder. Though the lake behind is not that clean . If some maintanence is done it is a very...More
It is a very beautiful piece of architecture but unfortunately, very poorly managed by Rajasthan Tourism. The building and the cenotaphs remind you of the glorious past, but evoke a feeling of pain looking at the way heritage is neglected.
There is a pond which...More
The place was has a good historic significance and decent architecture but not kept well neither by authorities nor by the people. All you get is some good views of the city on one side and the Aravali hills on the other. Apart from that,...More
It's right behind Alwar City Palace.
So you use the same approach and walk up to it.
No fees for visiting this place. It's got nicely preserved architecture for something that's open to the public without restrictions.
Except the main vantage point, the rest of...More
Moosi Maharani ki Chatri,Alwar,Rajasthan - The Queen of Alwar ,Moosi Rani choose to self immolate herself on her husband Maharaja Bhakhtawar Singh pyre . Maharaja Vinay Singh build the cenotaph in memory of his parents. The cenotaph is made with red sandstone and marble against...More
This mini palace has some beautiful architecture and it is well maintained which is really commendable. The palace also offers a beautiful view of mountains and alwar city. This place should have more security guards as the local crowd may pass some unpleasant comments to...More
This is a nicely built and nicely maintained attraction near the City Palace of Alwar. Built in the memory of a King and his Queen who committed Sati for him, the place gives U an awesome experience with soothing temperatures in all seasons.