It was hectic finding this place as it's nestled behind a very busy marketplace. Our driver gave up and we walked on foot for about a mile.
Structurally the place is solid and you can imagine it's beauty and prominence in its hey day. Unfortunately there appears to be little care and attention to the site so now it looks very unloved and dilapidated.
The treasure find is the weapons museum. For 10 rupees you are immersed in the war history with weapons, carriages, paintings, etc. it is quite fascinating and certainly worth a visit if you've come this far. Shame you can't take pics inside. The chandeliers are marvellous.
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