This small palace within the fort may have played a role in public events. In front, there is an open courtyard. The ground floor features a porch with scalloped arches, a barrier and a bench - presumably for darshan. The second floor offers a set of windows screened with jalis - possibly for ladies of the zenana to view the activity below. The rooftop is also open and available.
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mkgoyal2004 (837) 2009-07-23 3:33
First of all I convey my thanks to you for your visit to India. I have seen most of your photographs and afterthat I came to a conclusion that you are a serious art lover. Your photo shows, that you are searching some art everywhere.
Through your photographs you are publicising the Indian great forts, palaces and artwork to the whole world.
Now this photo represent the same with beutifully captured nice shot. Congrats.