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Palaces of India Showcasing a picturesque location the exquisite palaces in India are a true tourist's delight. These famous Indian places takes you on a historical trip to India's heritage past. Visit the India palaces that will take you to the bygone era of Indian Maharajas and Rajput rulers.




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Palaces of India


Indian palaces are an excellent example of the rich and glorious past of India. One can also call them a storyteller of the bygone era of the Rajas and Maharajas who once lived in the palaces of India. Apart from being a royal residence of the Kings, these palaces are the finest example of sheer opulence and comfort. These famous Indian palaces and castles of grandeur, showcase a brilliant range of architectural style and artistry, and reflect an elegance of style that could have only been mastered over eons. Some of these palaces are now luxury hotels that offer you a wiff of royalty in a package!


Bir Singh Palace
The Bir Singh Palace is the best surviving example of a style of architecture that arose in the late 16th and early 17th centuries.
Jalvilas Palace
Situated in Gwalior, the Jai Vilas Palace resembles a quaint Mediterranean resort. It was built between 1872 and 1874 by Maharaja Jayji Rao to welcome the 'Prince of Wales' on his trip to India.

Umaid Bhawan Palace
Situated in Jodhpur, it ranks as one of the world's largest residences! The impression the 347 room palace leaves you with, is that of romance juxtaposed alongside beauty. It also conjures inside you a nostalgia for the glory days of the Rajputs.

Jahangir Palace
The fort palaces of Orchha comprise of three splendidly constructed Mahals, called the Raja Mahal, the Jahangir Mahal and the Rai Parveen Mahal.

Lake Palace
Situated on Lake Pichola, the Lake Palace of Udaipur, is one of the finest examples of Oriental workmanship. Built by the Sisodias in the 17th century, the palace is characterised by luxury and splendour which was the hallmark of the Rajputs in the medieval ages.

Chail Palace

Chail Palace
Lying on the Shivalik slopes of Chailitis, the palace is a fine example of elegance, opulence and comfort. Once the royal resort was summer retreat of the Maharaja of Patiala, it has now been converted into a hotel. It also boasts of the highest cricket field in the world.


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