Jag Mandir (crs)

Jag Mandir (Lake Garden Palace)
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Jag Mandir (Lake Garden Palace)

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Jag Mandir is a palace located on the southern island of Lake Pichola.  Shah Jahan took refuge here while revolting against his father, Maharana Karan Singh.  The three-storied Palace is constructed of yellow sandstone and marble.  There are 8 life size marble elephants greeting visitors.  The palace was built in early 17th century.  It was completed by Maharana Jagat Singh during his reign (1628-1652).  The present form of the Palace is the result of additions made by Maharana Jagat Singh.  Maharana Swaroop Singh sheltered a number of European families here during the revolt of 1857.  Currently there is a restaurant there.

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