This palace was described by Rudyard Kipling as a fantastic palace. So, I went to see it. The palace, in her wholeness has a great architecture. Actually it's quite badly preserved, but it gives a taste of "exploration" that lacks in other palaces/forts around Rajasthan (which are quite spiled by the mass-tourism). While there, it can't be missed the Chitrashala which is nearby, just uphill.
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