Think twice, or thrice before you deicide to visit the Palace.
You can't get inside without permission, but if you slip some money into the guards hand, you can go in. You have to leave your footwear outside and you can't take photos. That's on the outside.
Inside, the carpets are rolled up and the lighting is poor. On a overcast monsoon day, you can't see very much. And, what you can see, is not that exciting. There are supposed to be some masterpieces (originals), but you could miss them!
Room after room is stacked with stuff, some nicer than others. But, there is no love for the place. managed by the Mullick family trust, its just there.
Easy to give this place a miss!
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