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by annehA4231CL on
We queued for tickets to gain entry and definitely worth it. It is part of the City Palace complex and as you climbed to each level and turned a corner another interesting view appeared. Looking out onto the hurly burly of life in the streets below made it feel all the more special and some beautiful stained glass simmering in the sunshine.
by SalimM on
Another of the attractions in City Palace. There is fantastic inner courtyard where you can see four different gates that represent four different seasons: the Peacock Gate associated with autumn, the Green Gate with summer, the Leheriya gate with spring and finally the Rose Gate with winter. Each gate is decorated with different kinds of flowers. Apparently, Chandra Mahal is the place where the present Raja of the Jaipur resides therefore you can only visit the ground floor. All other floors are out of bounds.
by 450ipekt on
This one of the must-seen places in Caipur. Especially the inner doors with the season context were very beautiful
by WalmartTravelsBlog on
Situated inside the leviathan City Palace, the Chandra Mahal was built by Maharaja Jai Singh II. The magnificent palace is a seven storied citadel that is home to verdant gardens, marvelous paintings and ornately decorated ceilings. Luxury, beauty and architectural brilliance, Chnadra Mahal is a must visit place for anyone in Jaipur. The ground and the first floor of the palace form the Maharaja Sawai Man Singh II museum. Chandra Mahal, at present, is the residence of the current Maharaja of Jaipur.
I dont want to seem mean but...........
by Thelambshead on
We visited The City Palace Museum paying 700 rupees each . On entering the complex We were surprised to learn that the 700 rupee fee did not get entrance to the Chandra Mahal. This was an additional 3500 for full access or in excess of 50 usd, almost three times the cost of entrance to the stunning Taj Mahal. So for a family of three it would have cost us more to view this one attraction than the cost of our train journey from Delhi to Agra plus a car journey from Agra to Jaipur. Hard to see how the cost is justifiable.