This outstanding palace, built during the 16th and 17th centuries, is on the side of the hill below the fort. It is classic Rajasthani architecture.
Only part of the palace is open to the public. The palace is entered through the Hathi Pole (Elephant Gate) into a small courtyard. You then come to the Ratan Daulat, the Diwan-i-am (Hall of Public Audience), where there is a marble throne. Some of the famous and excellent Bundi murals are located on the upper floor. Photography is not permitted. Most of the excellent Bundi murals are located in the parts of the palace that are closed to the public.
The closed parts of the palace can be visited only with special permission.