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If you want a good glimpse into the excess of power and wealth of the Scindia dynasty - this is a good place to start. But then trace how their fawning alliance with the British led to Rani of Jhansi's death in the 1857 rebellion...More
It was the Maharaja's wish to bring the Palace of Versailles to Gwalior. So, when the occasion arose for King Edward's arrival in the year 1875, he built the Jai Vilas Palace by putting prisoners from the Gwalior fort to work on its construction. Workers...More
The Jai Vilas Palace is a symbol of age-old Indian culture.It is well-known due to its beautiful architecture. Every part of the palace is intricately designed and decorated which speaks much about the craftsmen of those times. The palace is truly an architectural marvel as...More
Jai Vilas Palace is the most popular tourist place of Gwalior.It is a beautiful palace with a white facade.It is now turned into an amazing museum.It spread across a massive area of more than 12 lakh square feet.Its amazing features is a huge Durbar Hall,...More
he palace was huge and palace constructed by Maharaja Jayaji Rao Scindia in 1874. This palace is a great example of European architecture, the special attraction to see silver train. very well maintained.
The Palace has a lot of unique items especially when it comes to furniture but the whole set up seems like a racket of sorts.
Firstly, I paid for the Indian tickets for
my family and then for one for my mobile to take photos....More