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List of palaces in Rajasthan

Hawa Mahal in Jaipur
Lake palace in Udaipur

The Indian state of Rajasthan is famous for historic havelis, forts and palaces. Some of these are:

  • Alsisar Haveli, Jaipur. Former residence of Shekhawat thakur (landed noble), today a hotel.
  • Amber Palace (Amber Fort). Former royal residence, Jaipur.
  • Bansi Garh, Shaktawat rawats of Bansi.
  • Bhanwar Niwas, Bikaner. Historic haveli, now a hotel.
  • Castle Mandawa, Mandawa (Jhunjhunu district in Shekhavati). Former residence of Shekhawat thakurs (landed noble) of Mandawa, today a hotel.
  • Bhinder Garh, Shaktawat rawats of Bhinder.
  • Palace of Bilara Dist Jodhpur
    Palace of Bilara 1
  • City Palace, Jaipur. Seat of the Maharaja of Jaipur. Now a museum.
  • City Palace, Udaipur. Seat of the Maharana of Udaipur. Now a museum.
  • Deogarh Mahal, Deogarh Madaria. Former residence of the rawat (landed noble) of Deogarh, today a hotel.
  • Devigarh, Delwara, now a heritage hotel.
  • Fateh Prakash Palace, Udaipur. Part of the city palace complex, now a hotel.
  • Fort Delwara. Former royal residence located 30 km north east of Udaipur. Now the Devi Garh Fort Palace hotel.
  • Junagarh Fort and Palace, Bikaner. Seat of the Maharana of Bikaner. Now a museum.
  • Gajner Palace, outskirts of Bikaner. Former hunting lodge of the Maharaja of Bikaner.
  • Golbagh Palace, Bharatpur. Former royal residence, today a hotel.
  • Gorbandh Palace. Jaisalmer.
  • Hawa Mahal (Palace of Winds), Jaipur. Former royal residence. Now a museum.
  • Khimsar Fort, Khimsar (Nagour District). Located 330 kilometres from Udaipur. Former residence of the thakurs (landed noble) of Khimsar, today a hotel.
  • Kuchaman Fort, Kuchaman (Nagour District). Former royal residence, now a hotel.
  • Jag Mandir Udaipur. Former royal pleasure palace.(Shah Jahan took refuge here while crown prince during a conflict with his father Jahangir).
  • Jag Niwas (Lake Palace), Udaipur. Former royal pleasure palace, now a hotel.
  • Jai Mahal, Jaipur. Former royal residence, today a hotel.
  • Jal Mahal, Jaipur.
  • Jaisalmer Fort, Jaisalmer. Seat of the Maharaja of Jaisalmer.
  • Lalgarh Palace, Bikaner. Former royal residence. A part have been converted into a hotel, while the remainder is a museum.
  • Laxmangarh Fort, Sikar. Former royal residence, today a tourist spot.
  • Laxmi Niwas Palace, Bikaner. Former royal residence, today a hotel.
  • Laxmi Vilas Palace, Bharatpur. Former royal residence, today a hotel.
  • Mundota Fort and Palace, A 450-year-old palace located 18 miles north-west of Jaipur. Former royal residence of the Thakurs of Mundota which has recently been converted into a heritage hotel.
  • Narain Niwas Palace, Jaipur. Former residence of the thakurs (landed noble) of Kanota, today a hotel.
  • Nathmalji Ki Ki Haveli, Jaisalmer. Former residence of a prime minister of Jaisalmer.
  • Neemrana Fort-Palace. Located 40 miles northwest of Alwar. Former residence of the rajah of Neemrana, today a hotel.
    Neemrana Fort Palace
  • Phool Mahal Palace, Kishangarh.
  • Raj Mahal Palace, Jaipur. Former royal residence, today a hotel.
  • Raj Niwas Palace, Dholpur. Former royal residence of the Maharajas of Dholpur, today a hotel.
  • Rambagh Palace, Jaipur.- Former royal residence, today a hotel.
  • Seengh Sagar, Deogarh Madaria. Former hunting lodge of the rawat (landed noble) of Deogarh, today a hotel.
  • Sariska Palace, SariskaAlwar. Former royal hunting lodge, today a hotel.
  • Samode Haveli, Jaipur. Former residence of a prime minister of Jaipur, today a hotel.
  • Samode Palace, Jaipur. Former residence of the thakurs (landed noble) of Samode, today a hotel.
  • Shiv Niwas Palace, Udaipur. Former royal guesthouse, now a hotel.
  • Umaid Bhawan Palace, Jodhpur. Seat of the Maharaja of Jodhpur. Part of the palace has been converted into a hotel.
  • Mehrangarh Fort, Jodhpur
  • Khumbalgarh Fort, Mewar
  • Jaigarh Fort, Jaipur

Amet haveli .Former haveli of Rawat of Amet .Now a heritage hotel & Ambari Restaurant .

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