The palace consists of four storeys, two of which are below ground. It is assumed that these were intended to provide a cooler environment during the hot months of the year, but at times they were also used as dungeons. There are also two main courtyards, with the one to the west being associated with the Diwan-i-Khas. One room has been called simply the "North Room". A portion of this space features an elevated ceiling supported by the most exquisite carved screens anywhere in India. I imagine I can see lissom ladies dancing.
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