The palace rooms are lavishly decorated with arches, murals, mosaics, mirrors, etc..
This place is also known as the Lake Palace. It appears as if it is magically floating on the lake. It was built in the year 1746, and it has a romantic history. The young Prince Jagat Singh asked permission from his father to help the ladies of the court go to the nearby palace of Jag Mandir. His father refused and said that if I wanted to waste time on such trivialities, he had to build his own palace of pleasure. And that's exactly what he did. He built a beautiful white marble building. The lake breeze flowing through the courtyards, pavilions and gardens, which are greatly appreciated in the heat of India.