Rajmahal Palace was built in 1729. The property was the home of Maharaja Sawai Man ‘Jai’ Singh and Maharani Gayatri Devi for many years. The Maharani describes the Palace in her memoir, A Princess remembers, as a place that had ‘charm and character and a pleasantly informal atmosphere’.
The Royal family’s photos, polo trophies, classic 1950’s Ford Thunderbird and many heirlooms are on display at the property. This heritage palace has hosted some of the world’s most prominent dignitaries including Queen Elizabeth II and the late Duke of Edinburgh. The property still belongs to the Royal Family and is currently the home of Rajmata Padmini Devi.