If you are willing to witness a stunning display of architectural grandeur of Indian bygone era, then visiting the palace that’s built not only built in European style, but also represent a scenic fusion of Corinthian, Tuscan, and Italian styles. It’s none other the Jai Vilas Palace. Constructed by Maharaja Jiyaji Rao Scindia in the year 1875, this royal palace is famous for its outstanding interior. Be it's palace’s walls decorated with golden leaves or Asia’s largest chandeliers, all lies within this beautiful palce.
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Agra Fort, construction of this impressive red sandstone fort was started as a military structure by Mughal’s great Emperor Akbar in 1565, but Shah Jahan Akbar’s grandson transmuted it into his royal residency, and afterwards Shah Jahan’s son Aurangzeb imprisoned him in Agra Fort after seizing power in 1658. The curved sandstone enclosures of this UNESCO World Heritage Site rises over a height of 20m and stretches nearly 2.5km in circumference, followed by an impressive series of massive gates.
Nestled ostentatiously in the stagnant Aravalli range, nearly around 14km from Jaipur, stands the imposing Amber Fort. Honored for showcasing ethereal glimpse of Rajputana royal grandeur, Jaipur’s star attraction Amber Fort was built by Maharaja Man Singh in 1592. One among the Hill Forts of Rajasthan, the UNESCO World Heritage Site demonstrates the splendour ornamentation of royal Rajputana and elegant Muslim style in the architectural designs.
Exhibiting mesmerizingly beautiful examples of Indo-Saracenic style of architecture, the Mysore Palace which is also known as Ambavilas Palace is famed for being the replica of Indian royal heritage. It’s long lasting quaint charms attracts individuals from all across the world. Showcasing a kaleidoscope of mirror work fused with gaudy colours, Mysore Palace undoubtedly depicts finest glimpse of royal lifestyle during the Edwardian Raj era.