Located at the heart of Indore's Khajuri Bazaar, Rajwada is the first building in India that was restored using the same materials and in the same style that it was originally constructed in. Dating back to the 1747 AD, Rajwada served as the residence of the Holkar dynasty. The current royal family of Indore restored the palace in 2006 and since then, it has been bustling with visitors who come to admire the opulence of the place. The seven-storeyed palace is a beautiful blend of Maratha, Mughal and French styles of architecture. While the upper floors of the palace are made of wood, the lower floors are made of stone. The carved stone and wooden jaalis, jharokhas and chattris of the palace are its most striking features. Visit the palace for a close interaction with the royal past of the rulers of Indore.

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