This is an admiring palace made up of red sand stone. One can see Shivaliks at the north and the River Tawi flows down below. This was once the residential palace of Raja Amar Singh. The palace has been converted to a museum and is looked after by Hari-Tara Charitable trust. The museum has a golden throne made of 120 kg pure gold sofa and has golden lions embedded into it. The thore is placed in a hexagonal room. The museum consists of various paintings known as "NAL DAMYANTI". It has a library of around 25000 books on various subjects. This is a beautiful spot which can be visited at any time of the year in Jammu.
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