City Palace, Alwar
Categories: Government Buildings, Architectural Buildings, Tourist Spots
Witness the rich history of Alwar at City Palace. The City Palace was built by Raja Bakhtayar Singh in 1793, in the architectural style of Indo-Islam. Walk through the entrance with balconies on each side to face an open ground with Krishna temples in all four directions. Learn about the fort in the museum integrated into the xomplex. See the golden and velvet throne in the Durbar Hall, as well as a large collection of murals and mirrorwork. Observe the collection of the artifacts of the royal family, which includes many arms and weapons, paintings, and manuscripts. Put City Palace into our Alwar trip builder and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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Advise: take a guide which one can get at the main entrance (approxINR200) Atleast this way u can do justices to the time (approx2/3hrs) spend knowing the City Palace It's a historic place with some b... read more »
I will suggest to not waste time here. The place has good structures but it seems that authorities do not want any tourists to come here. To begin with, city palace is converted into collectorate offi... read more »
a palace converted into a museum ..has some treasure in there .the court yard has nice marbel lotus domes.
Amolakh Nath Segal
Wow wow what a collection one of the best you got to stay here for at least two hours to take it in its depth
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