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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Good nice place. Open till late evening. 2k fountains. Good people parking but bad roads. Beautiful palace a must go.

Thank amitwanderer
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Reviewed September 29, 2018

A historical place without milling crowds. Properly planned, we can make it within a day from Delhi. If Bharatpur sanctuary is included in the itinerary and can be covered in two days. If you don't like crowded places, this is an ideal place.

Thank Devarajan S
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Reviewed August 17, 2018 via mobile

The palace of Deeg is one of the quiet but elegant and beautiful palaces I have seen in Rajasthan. One should discover the place and spend a couple of hours to witness the charm of this palace.

1  Thank Mousam C
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Reviewed June 16, 2018 via mobile

This was my 3rd visit to the Deeg Palace and I was very sorry to see the sorry state it is in and the lake adjoining it which has turned into a swamp due to total neglect.

Otherwise too, nothing seems to have become better at the palace over the years and it is fast becoming dilapidated. The main residence is unappealing because of the wear and tear, and corridors of the adjoining diwan-e-aam and diwan-e-khaas were filthy beyond imagination and filled with vagabonds trying to find a shady place to sleep during the midday. Not a safe place for kids or females to be left alone.

Not worth a visit anymore.

Sad to see such a beautiful palace go waste.

1  Thank Shailesh_Nigam
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Reviewed April 2, 2018 via mobile

Went during my trip to bharatpur. There is limited parking available. The gardens are extremely well maintained. However, the water bodies surrounding the palace are dirty. There is also a small meuseum inside the palace.

1  Thank devansh c
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Reviewed February 5, 2018

I went here by oto from Bharatpur, a long and bumpy ride. The gardens are very pleasant, with lots of grren grass, well-tended flower beds and fountains ( but not working on my visit).
The palace buildings are quite impressive, but I was disappointed that most of the furniture was European. The tank or pond beside the main palace was absolutely disgusting, with lots of rubbish floating on green scummy water. If the whole place was better maintained it would be an impressive tourist drawcard. I paid the guide Rs120, and the guides at each buildings also asked for tips.
If you are staying in Bharatpur are and have limited time, it’s better to spend the time at the fabulous Fatehpur Sikri.

3  Thank Stickman1
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Reviewed January 31, 2018

This is located close to borders of Uttar Pradesh and Haryana. The palace is not well maintained but still is worth a visit to understand the life and style of Indian royalty.

Thank GuruGhummakad
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Reviewed January 11, 2018

It was the residence of the Jat King Suraj Mal, the surprise in this Mahal is it showcase 3 interesting things
1. It has Noorjaha's Joola, which he won in battle with Delhi
2. A beautiful building which was madrassa in Agra fort brick by brick and re constricted in this palace and used as guest house,which he won in battle with Agra
3 It has 2 ponds on the opposite sides and they are interconnected

Thank Baid_Jain
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Reviewed January 2, 2018 via mobile

A grandeur that would make the mughal architect blush
2000 fountains each working in different/desired colour(albeit twice a year should be atleast on public holidays)
Palace with 2 side lake (ASI please clean it) hence called jal mahal and sasan/badaun balcony to enjoy rains
Early geysers for hot water in kings bathroom
Intercom system between king & Queens bedroom
Biradari with iron balls inside it's double ceiling to creat cloud thundering sound

2  Thank PraveenSinghChauhan
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Reviewed December 27, 2017

They should have the fountains working atleast on public holidays. A must visit. the water body around also is very dirty.

Thank chenap2016
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